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Sweet Dreams Stitch Scarf Crochet Pattern

Updated: May 29, 2023

Have you ever dreamed you were crocheting? I do quite often but never really pay attention to what I am making or how I am making it. Well except this one time about 4 years ago during a rare nap while I was sickly. As soon as I woke up, before I even got out of bed, I grabbed my notebook and wrote down what I remembered.









After the fog of napping during the day lifted, I hurried to grab my hook to see if it would actually work. To my shocked delight it did & it was even cute! Now I can't remember what I was making with the stitch in dream land, but I landed on just creating a scarf to see how it worked up for a larger piece. I didn't want to get into anything bigger just in case it went wonky as it grew.


(This was my disastrous try at a good photo back then)


Once it was finished, I sent it off on its journey to publishment. Its inspired me to create my Lovely 18" Doll Dress next, which was such a trial that I think my brain blocked it out (you can read all about that mess here). So, there it sat for years among the hundreds of other patterns just waiting to be noticed again.


I pulled the stitch out to create a washcloth pattern at some point, but I just realized I never added it to my blog or made anything else with it! To rectify this situation, I pulled out the scarf pattern to give it an update and see what else my brain can come up with for this stitch. Until then, enjoy this pattern Free to view here and pray for its next adventure please.





Here's what you'll need to get started.......


Materials:

Red Heart Super Saver Yarn -Pale Yellow(approx. 340 yds)

J(5.75mm)Hook

Scissors

Needle


Abbreviations:

SK = Skip

sts = Stitches

ST = Stitch

SL= Slip Stitch

CH = Chain

SC = Single Crochet

HDC= Half Double Crochet


Notes: This stitch pattern can be adapted to any size by chaining any multiple of 7 and adding 1 chain at the end. Finished Scarf with this pattern should measure approximately 67” long by 6” wide.


To begin Chain 22

ROW 1: SC in the 2nd CH from the hook and in each ST across (21 total)


ROW 2: CH 1 (does not count as a ST) & turn, SC in the first ST and in the next 2 sts, repeat (CH 5, SK the next ST, SC in the next 6 STS) twice, CH 5, SK the next ST, SC in the last 3 STS


ROW 3: CH 1 (does not count as a ST) & turn, SC in the first ST and in the next, repeat [CH 2, SK the next ST, SL in the skipped ST from the previous ROW(fold the CH 5 loop to the back to do this), CH 2, SK the next ST, SC in the next 4 sts] twice, CH 2, SK the next ST, SL in the skipped ST from the previous ROW(fold the CH 5 loop to the back to do this), CH 2, SK the next ST, SC in the last 2 STS


ROW 4: CH 1 (does not count as a ST) & turn, SC in the first ST, repeat (CH 2, SC in the CH 5 loop, CH 2, SK the next ST, SC in the next 2 sts) twice, CH 2, SC in the CH 5 loop, CH 2, SK the next ST, SC in the last ST


ROW 5: CH 1 (does not count as a ST) & turn, SC in the first ST, repeat (CH 2, SC in SC in the CH 5 loop, CH 2, SC in the next 2 sts) twice, CH 2, SC in SC in the CH 5 loop, CH 2, SC in the last ST


ROW 6: CH 1 (does not count as a ST) & turn, HDC in the first ST, repeat (place 2 HDC in the CH 2 SP, HDC in the SC, 2 HDC in the CH 2 SP, HDC in the next 2 STS) twice, place 2 HDC in the CH 2 SP, HDC in the SC, 2 HDC in the CH 2 SP, HDC in the last ST


ROW 7: CH1 (does not count as a ST) & turn, HDC in each ST across (21 total)


Repeat Rows (2-7) 33 more times


Repeat Rows (2-6)


Final ROW: CH1(does not count as a ST) & turn, SC in each ST across (21 total)


TRIM: CH 1(does not count as a ST) & rotate to work down the side, HDC around the entire scarf, SL to the top of your very first HDC to connect, cut, tie off and weave in your ends.




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Mick Frank
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