Free Crochet Pattern for Eve’s Scarf

Free Crochet Pattern Eve Scarf by Crochet Zone


I love texture and a crochet pattern that showcases it — this scarf hits the mark! The stitches form two distinctly different looks, one side looks like raised rows that resemble knitting and the other like puff clusters. Both are very pleasing to the eye.

Free Crochet Pattern Eve Scarf by Crochet Zone


The yarn I chose for this project has been sitting in my basket for quite a while. It was a gift from a fellow crocheter who was looking to de-stash her substantial collection. It is a Classic Elite Yarn named Firefly, in a linen blend fiber. Firefly has a subtle sheen and drape that gives it a distinctly feminine look. 

Free Crochet Pattern Eve Scarf by Crochet Zone

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Free Crochet Pattern Eve Scarf by Crochet Zone

Eve’s Scarf!

Size: Adult

•Sport weight yarn, I used Firefly by Classic Elite Yarns, 3 skeins 155 yards each
• Hook H/5.00 mm
• Yarn needle for weaving ends

Gauge: Not important for this project, however, I got approximately 18 sts x 10 rows in pattern to 4”

ch – chain
dc – double crochet
sc – single crochet
sl st(s) – slip stitch(es)
st(s) – stitch(es)

cluster – 3 dc in same stitch

• Weave ends as you work
• Ch1 at beginning of the Row/Round does not count as a stitch
• Number in ( ) at end of Row/Round indicates the number of stitches in that Row or Round
• Work instructions in [ ] or between *, the designated number of times

Crochet Tips: click on the tip below for a tutorial
• Fastening off neatly
• Weaving in ends


You can make this scarf as long or short as you like. Your starting chain must be a multiple of 3, that is, a number that can be divided evenly by 3.
The scarf is worked in the round and turned for each row to achieve a different texture on each side.

Round 1: Ch 291, join with sl st to beginning ch, ch 3, 2 dc in same st, skip 2, [cluster in next ch, skip 2], repeat between [ ] to end. Join with sl st to top of ch 3, sl st into next dc. (97 clusters)

Round 2 (worked in front loop only): Ch 1, turn, 3 sc in same st, skip next 2 dc, [3 sc in next dc, skip next 2 dc], repeat between [ ] to end. Join with sl st to first sc, sl st into next sc.

Round 3 (worked in back loop only): Ch 3, turn, 2 dc in same st, skip next 2 sc, [cluster in next sc, skip next 2 sc], repeat between [ ] to end. Join with sl st to top of ch 3, sl st into next sc.

Repeat Rounds 2 and 3, eight more times or until scarf is desired width.

Round 1 (side with ridges is facing you): Ch 1, turn, sc in same st, sc in space between each cluster and in center dc of each cluster, to end. Join with sl to first sc. Fasten off.

Round 2(side with ridges is facing you): Join in any ch 2 space of beginning chain on Round 1, ch 1, sc in same st, sc in each ch that has a cluster and in each ch 2 space around. Join with sl st to beg sc. Fasten off.
Be sure to have the same number of sc in Rounds 1 and 2.




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23 thoughts on “Free Crochet Pattern for Eve’s Scarf

  1. CrochetZone

    You are welcome, I’m glad it worked out well for you.

  2. Gayle

    Nice pattern. I used a different yarn and made mine in a green color. Thank you!q

  3. Ila Treat

    Judy, at 155 yds for a 50 gram ball, I’d guess it’s probably sport weight, or #2. Yarn weight doesn’t have to be exact, for a scarf; I used fingering weight (sock yarn) and it turned out great! I used Knit Picks Chroma, with the long color changes and it was beautiful. I think I used an F hook.

  4. CrochetZone

    I’m not sure, here is the information on the yarn I used:

  5. Judy Base

    I determine the yarn when I crochet by the Number on the label, what number is this yarn? like 1 or 3?

  6. CrochetZone

    No problem at all! I’m glad it worked out 🙂

  7. Lynn

    I just realized that the scarf is wrapped around the neck twice, please ignore my question about the 291 chains. I am blaming it on a seniors moment.

  8. CrochetZone

    You are correct, I’ve updated the post.

  9. Karen

    Does ch3 turn , should you only do 2dc in same st?

  10. CrochetZone

    Yes you can use my patterns to make products that you sell. Please do not sell the pattern, any part of it or use my photography and I certainly appreciate a link back for credit 🙂

  11. CrochetZone

    Thank you so much for taking the time to write such a nice note and congratulations on the grandchild!

  12. Ann

    I have to tell you that I love your patterns! I just made the baby dress for my new granddaughter coming in February and this is my next project that I am going to attempt. I have been crocheting for years and find your patterns so easy to follow and the instructions are so clear to understand. Thanks for sharing them for free ! I have posted a link to this pattern on my crochet facebook page to share with others.

  13. Pat Rushing

    The scarf is beautiful!
    Can this pattern be used to make scarf’s for sale?

  14. CrochetZone

    Thank you so much for sharing.

  15. CrochetZone

    Oh that’s wonderful! Eve is a dear friend of mine and who I named it after.

  16. CrochetZone

    Oh, thank you for bringing it to my attention. The cluster is 3 double crochets in the same stitch. I’ve added the definition to the pattern.

  17. CrochetZone

    Thank you for your nice note.

  18. What a pretty scarf pattern! I love the color too. Thank you very much for posting! 🙂

  19. Ila Treat

    Beautiful scarf. I think I have just the yarn for it too. I have a question, though. How do you work the “cluster” in the first row? I don’t see any directions for it.

  20. Eve

    Eve’s scarf! My name being Eve I just have to make this scarf. I love to crochet and finding new patterns is a regular pastime. I like the pattern of this scarf very much and will certainly enjoy making it. Thank you for sharing it.

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