Shelly Scarf

Shelly Scarf
This scarf is a companion to The Professional Hat.

Materials:

  • About 200-250 yds worsted weight yarn
  • Size K/10 1/2 hook (6.5 mm)
  • yarn needle (optional for weaving in ends)

Gauge:
13 sts = 4”
Notes:

Shell: 5 dc all in same stitch

To Begin

Ch 19.

Row 1: 4 dc in 4th ch from hook, sk 4 chs, *shell in next ch, sk 4 chs; rep from * to last ch, 3 dc in last ch, turn.

Row 2: Ch 3 (counts as dc), 4 dc in first dc, work shell in 3rd dc of each shell across to last shell, 3 dc in 3rd dc of last shell, turn.

Rows 3-68: Repeat Row 2. Add or subtract rows to make the scarf longer or shorter.

Finish off.

Tassels: Cut 60 equal-length pieces of yarn. Separate into 10 6-piece bunches. Attach 5 bunches, evenly spaced, to each end of scarf.

If you use this pattern to make a Shelly Scarf, please post a link to your blog entry or your photo in the comments. I’d love to see it!

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11 Comments

  1. SARA
    Nov 13, 2013 @ 03:59:23

    Thank you so much for this adorable pattern! I’m just starting out crocheting and I wanted to tackle something other than a single stitch scarf for one of my nieces. However, because I am SO new at this, I have a question- how would I decrease it to make it more narrow? I’m making it for a 5 year old, and I think it would fit her better with three columns of shells. Thanks in advance for helpin’ this beginner! :)

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  2. Daniel
    Oct 13, 2013 @ 10:30:11

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    May 29, 2013 @ 17:44:09

    [...] I have been trying to get hooking but haven’t really felt up to it. I did whip up the Head Hugger hat for Dill who was actually disappointed! Ingrate! I totally missed and dropped the ball for gifts for The Bee’s teacher this year. I’m going to spend the holiday getting acquainted with some yarn and create a few of my favorites: Nangellini’s Phlight of Fancy scarf, the Mesh scarf and the Shelly scarf. [...]

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  4. Carly
    Nov 14, 2012 @ 11:44:11

    Thanks for the pattern! It’s really cute and it was very easy to follow. I finished one for my sister last night. You can see it here: http://thequietkoala.blogspot.com/2012/11/shelly-scarf.html

    I love it so much I’ll probably end up making another one for myself!

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  5. Karen
    Nov 07, 2011 @ 14:12:01

    I’m a new to crochet and not too good at reading patterns, but this was very easy for me. The picture helped a lot. I <3 my FO! Thank you for sharing for Free.

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    • Nancy
      Feb 09, 2012 @ 18:04:42

      I, too, am new to crochet. This was my first attempt at following a pattern that I started myself (without having my Mother start it off for me! I did it! Very easy to follow. I can’t wait to start a new project! Thank you.

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  6. Jocelyn Wesolowski
    Dec 18, 2010 @ 00:56:19

    This is just what I needed for a perfect scarf!

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    • Rene
      Sep 16, 2011 @ 06:13:34

      Great easy pattern. I made mine into a skinny scarf, long enought to loop around twice…..so nice.

      Thanks

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  7. Lauren K
    Jan 23, 2008 @ 20:16:43

    I am going to use this pattern to make a scarf for my little sister!!! she sent me yarn to make a scarf for her and her boyfriend… im using this one for her. now i gotta find a “boyish” pattern for his scarf.

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