Resharing the popular Crochet Dreamy Scarf from our archives! However, with an updated yarn choice becuase unfortunately, Red Heart Dreamy is no longer available. We are suggesting that a great substitute is either Red Heart Super Saver Brushed or the new Bernat Felted.
Both yarns have beautiful colors to choose from and also have a nice fuzzy texture to make your scarf extra warm.
Enjoy crocheting this beautiful scarf!
I think this is going to be really fun to experiment and play with Red Heart Yarn! As you may have heard, Red Heart Yarn was acquired by Yarnspirations.com. And as Stitch Ambassadors for Yarnspirations, we will be creating all sort of new items!
Several weeks ago, our friends at Yarnspirations sent us Red Heart Dreamy yarn. It reminds me of an acrylic version of a wool roving type yarn. It has a very nice and soft finish with a brushed look. I chose the Buff color for this scarf but they have a lot of nice shades of color.
I kept the pattern really simple and reversible so it looks the very same on either side. I added just a bit of fringe to finish it off.
The main stitch I used, or the flat looking stitch, is called Herringbone Half Double Crochet. It is very similar to a regular half double crochet, there is just a small change of when you are yarning over and pulling back through. You will pull through and pull through one loop on the hook. Then you yarn over and finish the stitch.
The bumpy section, or textured stitch is a half double crochet cluster. I suggest you make a small practice swatch and learn the stitches before starting the scarf if you’ve never used these stitches before.
I have linked a full Youtube tutorial below that demonstrates the stitches if you like to learn visually. Or you can read the written description in the Stitches section.
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Red Heart Dreamy (100% acrylic, 250 g/8.8 oz, 426 m/466 yds)
2 skeins Buff
Size K/6.5mm hook, scissors, tapestry needle
Finished size 9.5 in x 78 in
Gauge 2 in = 6 st and 5 rows of pattern
Herringbone Half Double Crochet (HHDC): Yarn over, insert hook into designated stitch. Yarn over pull back through and through the first loop on the hook. Yarn over and pull through remaining 2 loops on the hook. Stitch complete.
Half Double Crochet Cluster (CL): Yarn over, insert hook into designated stitch, yarn over and pull a loop back through, yarn over, insert hook into the same stitch, yarn over and pull a loop back through. Yarn over and pull through all loops on the hook.
Chain 30 (or any even number will work).
ROW 1: In 3rd chain from the hook, work one herringbone half double crochet (HHDC.) Work one HHDC in each chain space to the end of the row. Chain 1 and turn. 28 stitches.
ROW 2: In the first stitch, *work 1 Half Double Crochet Cluster (CL). In the next stitch work 1 SC. Repeat from * across the row. CH 1 and turn.
ROW 3: As Row 2.
ROWS 4 – 6: In the first stitch, work HHDC. Work HHDC in each stitch across. Ch 1 and turn.
Repeat rows 2 through 6 until scarf measures approximately 75 inches. Then repeat rows 2 and 3 and finish with one row of HHDC.
Weave in all ends, cut 25 inch sections of yarn for the fringe and attach one piece per stitch on both ends of the scarf. (Fold each piece of yarn in half, feed the folded end through the stitch about 1/4 of the way, then reach through the loop and grab the tails and pull them through the loop and tighten.)
If you need visual help, please watch the video below:
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