Logan Buttoned Scarf Free Crochet Pattern

Logan Buttoned Scarf 

Free Crochet Pattern

 

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Logan Buttoned Scarf
The Logan Buttoned Scarf was my first crochet pattern I created.  I was excited to create a pattern named after my first (and only!) born son.  You will notice a theme with my patterns that I like to name them after the special people in my life.

I used Red Heart Soft Yarn in Deep Sea to complete this project.  The buttons (3) I bought from my local Joann Fabrics.  I like Joann’s variety of buttons.  They have a lot of variations to choose from.

My inspiration for my first pattern was to mix different crochet techniques together and I didn’t know what to expect at first. To my surprise, I liked the end result!

It is fun to play with different stitches and see what transpires.  The Logan Buttoned Scarf uses the “Thistle Stitch”.  A very easy take on the single crochet stitch (directions are below).

Also with the Logan Buttoned Scarf you will crochet in the 3rd Loop on certain rows.  This gives the scarf a textured look.

I hope you enjoy it!

 

PATTERN:

Skill:   Easy

Size:  37” L x 5.5” W (without border)

Gauge:  12 SC = 4”

Hook:  I/9 (or size needed to obtain gauge)

Yarn:  300 Yards Red Heart Soft Yarn (Medium Weight #4) in Deep Sea (or your favorite #4 yarn)

ABBREVIATIONS:

  • 3L: 3rd Loop or Camel Stitch
  • CH: Chain
  • HDC: Half Double Crochet
  • RND: Round
  • SC: Single Crochet
  • SK: Skip
  • ST: Stitch
  • TS: Thistle Stitch(es)

NOTES:

  • Thistle Stitch – Skip 1st Stitch, 2 SC in next Stitch.  Repeat.
  • 3rd Loop or Camel Stitch – The loop below the front loop. (See images below).
  • When using Thistle Stitch & crocheting in the 3rd Loop, it is important to count your stitches in each row or your scarf can end up lopsided with too few or too many stitches.
  • RND 1 has 1 additional stitch (25) compared to the 24 stitches in the remaining rows. It works out okay.  Thistle Stitch needs an odd number of stitches in a row.

Leaving a 12 – 15” tail, CH 26.

RND 1:  HDC in 2nd CH from hook & in each CH across.  CH 1.  Turn. (25)

RND 2:  SK 1st ST.  TS in next ST.  *SK next ST.  TS in next ST.*   Repeat from * to * across.  CH 1.  Turn.  (24)

RND 3:  SK 1st ST.  TS in next ST.  *SK next ST.  TS in next ST.*   Repeat from * to * across.  CH 1.  Turn.  (24)

RND 4:  SK 1st ST.  TS in next ST.  *SK next ST.  TS in next ST.*   Repeat from * to * across.  CH 1.  Turn.  (24)

RND 5:  SK 1st ST.  HDC in each of next 22 ST.  2 HDC in last ST.  CH 1.  Turn.

Now you will crochet in the 3rd Loop: 

RND 6:  SK 1st ST.  2 SC in 3rd Loop.  *SK next ST.  2 SC in 3L.*   Repeat from * to * across.  CH 1.  Turn.  (24)

RND 7 – 142:  (Or until your scarf measures 37”)   Repeat RND 3 – 6, ending with RND 5.

Border: 

CH 1 after your last row of HDC.

RND 1:  Crocheting down the long end of your scarf, put 2 SC in the same ST as the HDC.  1 SC in each ST.  CH 1.  Turn.  (143)

RND 2: SK 1st ST. TS in next ST.  *SK next ST.  TS in next ST.* Repeat from * to * across.  CH 1.  Turn.  (142)

RND 3:  SK 1st ST. TS in next ST.  *SK next ST.  TS in next ST.* Repeat from * to * across.  CH 1.  Turn.  (142)

Weave in end but leave your tail from the starting CH.

Attach yarn on opposite long side of scarf.  CH 1.  SC in each ST.  SL ST after SC in last ST.  Weave in ends.

Seam & Buttons:

Overlap short ends of scarf ½” – 1”.  Using yarn & darning needle, seam together.

Embellish scarf with 3 buttons.

 

 

 

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