Polkadot Toddler Crochet Scarf Free Pattern and Video Tutorial


I love crocheting and I love yarn! My three-year-old daughter is well aware of this, so when my husband asked what she wanted to get me for Christmas, she told him, “Yarn.” 

Well, my awesome husband took our daughter to Hobby Lobby to pick out yarn for me. Turns out she went through about seven picks before she settled on one. I know that life, girl! How to choose! She ended up with Baby Bee Sweet Delight yarn in a light purple color called “Sugarplum.”

So following one of the tips in my own video for making crochet more affordable (available here on Youtube), I regifted the yarn back to her…in the form of a scarf! 

I made up the pattern for the scarf as I went, but then did write the pattern down so I (or you!) could make it again! 

If you want to follow the video tutorial, it is available here on Youtube, and below is the written pattern! 


Materials

Yarn

I used Baby Bee Sweet Delight yarn from Hobby Lobby, but any light weight (3) yarn will work. 

The scarf took approximately 2 oz which was about ⅓ of the skein I had. 

Hook

Size I/5.5 mm hook

Other

Scissor

Yarn Needle (optional)

Size

Finished size: 40 by 3 inches

Stitch Abbreviations Used

ch = chain

sc = single crochet

dc = double crochet

pc= popcorn stitch

st = stitch

Pattern Notes

For dc, initial ch 2 counts as 1st stitch

For sc, I do not do a ch after turning

To create the popcorn stitch (PC):
Crochet 5 dc into the same st; drop the loop; insert your loose hook from back to front into the 1st dc, then insert through your dropped loop and pul it through the 1st dc. 


Pattern

  • Foundation chain: Ch 109
  • Row 1: sc in 2nd ch from hook and in each chain across, turn (108 st)
  • Row 2: ch 2, skip 1st st, dc in next 4, pc in next, *dc in next 10, pc in next* until 4th from last stitch, then dc in final 3 st of row, turn (10 pc, 98 dc)
  • Row 3: sc in each stitch across, turn (108 sc—make sure you only put 1 sc in each pc!)
  • Row 4: ch 2, skip 1st st, dc in next 9, pc in next, *dc in next 10, pc in next* until 9th from last stitch, then dc in final 8 st of row, turn (9 pc, 99 dc)
  • Row 5: sc in each stitch across, turn (108 sc)
  • Row 6: ch 2, skip 1st st, dc in next 2, pc in next, *dc in next 10, pc in next* until 6th from last stitch, then dc in final 5 st of row, turn (10 pc, 98 dc)
  • Row 7: sc in each stitch across, turn (108 sc)
  • Row 8: ch 2, skip 1st st, dc in next 7, pc in next, *dc in next 10, pc in next* until 12th from last stitch, then dc in final 11 st of row, turn (9 pc, 99 dc)
  • Row 9: sc in each stitch across, turn (108 sc)

Fasten off. Weave in all ends.



With my written pattern and video; I am trying to appeal to all the learning styles. Is there another way that YOU would like to help YOU learn more?? Let me know in the comments!


Now it is time for YOU to Get Crafty with Ashy!


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