How to Crochet a Bobble Scarf

Periwinkle Crochet Scarf

I love to crochet. My mother taught me when I was a child and I am thankful to her for teaching me.  I enjoy creating something beautiful from a ball of yarn, especially when it has texture. Over the years, I have improved my skills. I also enjoy pushing myself to learn a new or more challenging pattern/design.

I adapted this scarf pattern from CraftingforWeeks.com website. Kelsie made a cowl neck scarf. I liked the textures and variation but wanted to make a scarf. Click here to see Kelsie’s blog post, which includes her pattern.

My scarf is approximately 5.5” wide and 75.5” long.

I used two skeins of Yarn Bee soft & sleek low-pill fiber. The color is periwinkle/485. I purchased the yarn at Hobby Lobby.

Use a 5.5 MM Hook

Pattern:
1: With a size I (5.5mm) hook, ch 240.

2: Ch 1. Sc in the same ch st and in each ch st around (240).
3: Ch 3 (does not count as stitch). Sk next stitch. Work 1 dc in the following stitch. Work 1 dc in previous skipped stitch working over the previous dc. (Crossed DC). Repeat until the row is complete (240).
4: Ch 1. Hdc in the first stitch and each stitch around. (240)
5: Ch 1. Sc in the third loop of the first hdc in the previous row (Camel Stitch). Working in third loops, sc in each stitch around. (240)
6: Ch 1. Sc in the first stitch and each stitch around. (240)
7: Ch 1 and TURN. Working on the wrong side (WS), 1 sc in the last stitch of the previous row. Bobble stitch (BS) in the next stitch. Sc in the next 3 stitches. BS in the next stitch. Repeat and end the row with two sc in the last 2 stitches. (240)
8: Ch 1 and TURN. Resume working on the right side (RS), sc in first stitch and each stitch around. (240)
9: Ch 1. Hdc in first st and in each stitch around. (240)
10: Ch 1. Sc in the third loop of the first hdc in the previous row (Camel Stitch). Working in third loops, sc in each stitch around. (240)

SECOND ROUND:

11: Ch 3 (does not count as stitch). Sk next stitch. Work 1 dc in the following stitch. Work 1 dc in previous skipped stitch working over the previous dc. (Crossed DC). Repeat until the row is complete (104).

12: Ch 1. Hdc in the first stitch and each stitch around. (240)
13: Ch 1. Sc in the third loop of the first hdc in the previous row (Camel Stitch). Working in third loops, sc in each stitch around. (240)
14: Ch 1. Sc in the first stitch and each stitch around. (240)

15: Ch 1 and TURN. Working on the wrong side (WS), 1 sc in the last stitch of the previous row. Bobble stitch (BS) in the next stitch. Sc in the next 3 stitches. BS in the next stitch. Repeat and end the row with two sc in the last 2 stitches. (240)

NOTE: I use these stitch markers to ensure I crochet the same number of stitches in each row. (I insert in my last stitch.)
16: Ch 1 and TURN. Resume working on the right side (RS), sc in first stitch and each stitch around. (240)
17: Ch 1. Hdc in first st and in each stitch around. (240)
18: Ch 1. Sc in the third loop of the first hdc in the previous row (Camel Stitch). Working in third loops, sc in each stitch around. (240)
19: Ch 3 (does not count as stitch). Sk next stitch. Work 1 dc in the following stitch. Work 1 dc in previous skipped stitch working over the previous dc. (Crossed DC). Repeat until the row is complete (240).

FINISHING:

20: Ch 1. Sc in the first stitch and in each stitch around. (240)

Tie off and use a tapestry needle to weave the end of the tread into the design to hide it. 

Let me know what you think or if you have any questions.

Thanks for reading my blog!

Happy Crocheting, my Friends! 🧶

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Author: Suzanne

Blogger and DIYer with my talented husband Neal. I share about our projects and life lessons following Christ.

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