Crochet Ivy Scarf

Crochet Ivy Scarf

The crochet Ivy Scarf is a free pattern here on the blog! Read on to learn about the design inspiration and all materials needed to create this crochet blanket. 

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One of the first patterns I wrote in 2018 was the crochet Ivy Beanie. From my grief came creation. I knew that I needed to take the loss I had experienced and focus that energy into something healthy. While I may not have gotten to have that baby and watch her grow, I do have my business that I have gotten to watch grow and it’s been a very good outlet (though I’m sure you can imagine I would have much rather seen that baby grow). In 2020 I thought it was time to finally create a scarf to pair with the hat. I love how it turned out. 

Supplies Needed

  • Crochet Hook: 6mm/J. I love using Furls Hooks. They are so comfortable and I don’t get stressed hands or wrists like I once did.
  • Yarn: 2 skeins of Lion Brand Heartland Yarn or any worsted weight – 8 oz (227g)/400 yards (366 m) used (including fringe)

Stitch Abbreviations

  • FSC – Foundation Single Crochet

  • SC – Single Crochet
  • CH – Chain
  • SK – Skip
  • HDC – Half Double Crochet
  • YO – Yarn Over
  • ST/STS – Stitch/Stitches
  • PS – Puff Stitch: YO, insert hook into specified space/stitch, YO draw up a loop. There will now be 3 loops on the hook. YO and insert hook into that same space/stitch, YO, pull up a loop. There will now be 5 loops on your hook. YO, draw through all 5 loops. Ch 1.


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Want to make a matching hat? Find the blog post HERE


Setup: FSC 21 sts (alternatively you can just chain 22 and sc 21 back across for your first row).

Row 1: Ch 2, hdc in the first st, ch 1, sk 1, work 2 PS into the next st, sk 1. *Hdc in the next st, ch 1, sk 1, work 2 PS into the next st, sk 1* Repeat to the end. Hdc in the last st.

Row 2: Ch 2, hdc in the first stitch, ch 1, work 2 PS in the space between your previous 2 PS. *Hdc in the top of your hdc from the previous row, ch 1, work 2 PS in the space between your previous 2 PS* Repeat to the end. Hdc in the top of your last hdc from your previous row. (Full photo instructions are available in the ad-free PDF pattern listed in the links given before the start of this pattern).

Remainder of scarf: Repeat Row 2 until your scarf is 70 inches long (or desired length)

To finish: Sc across the final edge for 21 stitches

Fringe: Cut each piece of fringe to be 10 inches in length. You should put at least 2 pieces per stitch. Fold your 2 pieces in half and pull the loop through your stitch, then pull your 4 ends through your loop and tighten.


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