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This easy crochet diamond scarf is a free pattern and even works great as a shawl or wrap and has cute tassels attached. The pattern was made with Caron X Pantone Bamboo yarn. It comes with a video tutorial as well.
I love looking and feel pretty from the inside and out. It’s pretty amazing how a simple accessory can make you feel like a million dollars. And for some reason scarves always do that to me. It’s likely because I don’t use them often, I’m a messy eater and because I’m most days in pajamas. Yes, as a blogger and crochet designer I don’t have dress up most days.
The only time I really dress up is when I need to take pictures for a new design, I’m going out with my hubby or when I just want to feel really pretty. And who doesn’t, right?
This diamond scarf really makes me feel like I’m the prettiest person around me. It makes me feel like I stand out of the crowd. I believe it will do the same to you when you make yourself a Crochet Diamond Scarf with Tassels.
Furthermore, the diamond scarf is long and wide enough that you can easily use it as a shawl or wrap as well. I sure love it as a shawl. It’s the perfect accessory for a beautiful date night in a dress.
And to make it even better, the diamond scarf was crocheted with the new Caron X Pantone Bamboo yarn which is oh so soft and snuggly. It is so easy to crochet with and feels extra nice on your skin.
And in addition, I only used double crochet stitches in this project which makes it perfect for beginners. You’ll first increase it to make a large triangle and then decrease it again to shape the scarf into a diamond shape.
And to provide the scarf with something extra special, I added some beautiful tassels I made using the Clover Tassel Maker for which I have a video tutorial also.
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So let me now give you the list of information you need in order to do this wonderful Crochet Diamond Scarf.
This pattern is also available as a pdf pattern that can be purchased at the links below at a small fee.
How to crochet the Diamond Scarf with Tassels
You will need:
4 dc x 2 rows = 1 square inch
46 x 19 (widest point) inches (without tassels)
Learn all the basic crochet stitches HERE
- dc – double crochet
- ch – chains
- sk – skip
- inc – increase
- dec – decrease
- atc – alternative turning chain for dc’s
Instructions for Crochet Diamond Scarf:
You will change colors every 4 rows (besides the last color portion is only 3 rows). You will work your way from a dark color to a light color and then backward like the picture below shows. Make sure you use the video to help you guide through the pattern.
To make it easier, I consider chain spaces as stitches.
R1: 1 atc in the 2nd ch from the hook, 1 dc in each st till the end, turn
R2: 1 atc plus 1 dc in the same st (as inc), [ch 1, sk 1 st, 1 dc], repeat […] until 1 st left, 1 dc inc, turn
R3: 1 atc plus 1 dc in the same st (as inc), 1 dc in each st until 1 st left, 1 dc inc, turn
R4 – 36: Repeat rows 2 and 3, finishing with row 2
You’ll now decrease again.
R37: 1 unfinished atc plus 1 unfinished dc in the same st (as dec), 1 dc in each st until 2 sts left, 1 dc dec, turn
R38: 1 atc and sk 1 st (as dec), 1 dc, [ch 1, sk 1 st, 1 dc], repeat […] until 2 sts left, 1 dc dec, turn
R39 – 61 : Repeat rows 37 and 38, finishing with row 37
Now add some Tassels on each tip of the elongated Diamond (row 1 and 61). Learn how to make your own tassels easily here.
Crochet Diamond Scarf – Video Tutorial
This video will show you step by step how to crochet the Diamond Scarf. I didn’t show you how to make the entire scarf in the video or the tassels. But you’ll learn all the repeats for the diamond scarf.
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