Crochet Arrow Criss Cross Scarf Pattern

Crochet Arrow Criss Cross Scarf Pattern

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Thick Crochet Scarf

Lion Brand Heartland Thick & Quick. Designed by Diva Dan

What? A Cold Winter!

Written by Diva Dan

What can I say! Here I am on the hawtest day of our ‘where was summer’ to give you a pattern that I did last week wearing a sweater and pants. Yes, we have been complaining that we have not had much of a hawt summer but on the good side, my garden is just fabulous with all the rain we have had.

The BAD news, the Farmers Almanac is saying we are going to have a much colder and longer winter. Let’s get a head start in crocheting our winter clothes! At this point today, it will likely be the only really hawt day of our summer. BOOOO! But that is not going to stop me from crocheting and sweating away. 

This is the Crochet Criss Cross Arrow Scarf pattern.

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I had the inspiration to use  Lion Brand’s Heartland Thick and Quick. I was telling Mikey, ‘I really like it thick and quick’ and what I got was a smirk on his face and after a really big smile! Only a true hooker, I mean crocheter, would get this joke! haha

The pattern for the scarf is quite easy and you can ad-lib and create your own style.

I am not much of a crocheter, matter of fact, I crochet as I knit! It’s slower but the results are still the same. Nor do I write patterns but here is a simplified version of what I did. The Yarn was so easy to use and no issues with splitting or bunching.  

Colour A: 2 Balls Heartland® Thick and Quick® Acadia,

Colour B: 2 Balls Heartland® Thick and Quick® Joshua Tree

Match the hook to the Yarn Ball Recommendation of your yarn of choice.
The chain in groups of 4 to the desired length with Colour A

  • Row 1 – Hdc across continued with Colour A
  • Row 2 & 3  – Arrow stitch across with Colour B
  • Row 4 – Sc across with Colour A
  • Row 4 – Treble criss-cross stitch across continue with Colour A. I added two Double Crochets at the beginning and the End
  • Row 5 – Sc across continue with Colour A
  • Row 6 & 7  – Arrow Stitch across with Colour B
  • Row 8 – Dc across with Colour A
  • Row 9 – Sc across with Colour B

Written Instructions for Arrow Stitch

Match the hook to the Yarn Ball Recommendation of your yarn of choice.

  1. Ch in multiples of 4 until you get the desired length chain. Add 3 extra chains at the end.
  2. (Right Side) Treble Crochet, in the 7th chain from the hook. From the 7th chain, count back 3 chains and begin to *double crochet in the next 3 chains by moving the treble in front of your work and inserting your hook behind the trebles when inserting into the chain.  Count to the 4th empty chain and place treble crochet and repeat * all the way across. Final stitch is double crochet.
  3. (Wrong Side) Chain 3, * Skip to the 4th skip and treble crochet, double crochet into each of the 3 skipped stitches. When double crocheting, work in front of the treble. This pushes the treble back to be on the right side. Repeat * Across. Double Crochet into the final stitch.
  4. (Right Side)  I put a SC row across. Simple Ch 1, SC into each st across. This is optional.
  5. (Wrong Side) Chain 3, * Skip to the 4th skip and treble crochet, double crochet into each of the 3 skipped stitches. When double crocheting, work in front of the treble. This pushes the treble back to be on the right side. Repeat * Across. Double Crochet into the final stitch.
  6. Repeat Rows 3 to complete this arrow.

Written Instructions for Treble Cris Cross

  1. Chain 3 (counts as double crochet), Turn,  Double Crochet in next stitch, *skip the first stitch, treble crochet into next, then treble crochet into previous skipped stitch creating the criss-cross*, repeat* this to the end. Double crochet into last two stitches

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Mikey, aka Michael Sellick, of The Crochet Crowd, started this online journey back in 2008. A mere hobby in trying to reach out to others as he was mentally struggling with his own issues. His goal was simple, find others in the yarn communities, like him, that have a common interest.

The journey and main baby of the whole idea started with a YouTube Channel and then in 2011, an official website was developed. Michael is not only the face of The Crochet Crowd but also the working engine behind the crowd in self-taught programming, social media and so much more.

Enjoy the stitching journey. Life is short, enjoy this wonderful hobby and all of the learning opportunities that come with it.