FREE Written Crochet Pattern: Chunky Rainbow Pom Scarf

FREE Written Crochet Pattern: Chunky Rainbow Pom Scarf

As I work my way back to filming regular crochet tutorials, I am also thinking ahead to our annual Halloween costumes. Here is the first of several pieces that will lead up to our big reveal. This is my Chunky Rainbow Pom Scarf. Perfect for the cool weather we are starting to experience here in Wisconsin.  The time for warm weather apparel is going to be here before we know it and we need to be prepared! My Rainbow 🌈 scarf can be made exactly how I made it but use your imagination and find your own color combination to match your look! There are many possibilities! These make great gifts for anyone. You can always make it with or without poms to change the look! Now that is versatility!! I used Hometown yarn by Lion Brand Yarn. You will want to grab yours too because the softness is divine!

 

 

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***These patterns are copyright YARNutopia © so PLEASE DO NOT COPY, SHARE, ADJUST OR RESELL MY PATTERN. I wrote and tested this pattern myself, from beginning to end. It took a lot of time and work, and I would really like to have it remain “my pattern.”
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Teacher: Nadia Fuad
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Pattern:

Designed by Nadia Fuad
You *may* sell items made from my pattern, but please reference my website YARNutopia.com.
Please do not copy, sell, and/or post this pattern and claim it as your own.

Materials you will need:
Get the supplies individually by clicking the links below
Lion Brand Yarn Hometown Yarn in the colors of the rainbow (I used 1 ball each of the colors and then 2 balls of white)
-Pom Maker (I used a simple cardboard cutout)
Size -N-10.00mm Crochet Hook
Yarn Needle
Scissors

NOTES:

-Use a smaller hook to make this smaller
-Use a bigger hook to make this bigger
-This is written in US terms
-This took about 4 hours to make but I did not work on it continuously.
-You can check out yarnsub.com to see yarn substitutions that are equal to the Lion Brand yarn I used in this project.
-This pattern with video tutorial shows the measurement as 6 feet long and 12 inches wide, but you can make it wider by continuing the repeat pattern.

Special stitches:
Ch(s): chain(s)
YO: Yarn Over
St(s): Stitch(es)
Sl st: slip stitch
SK: Skip
SC: Single Crochet
HDC: Half Double Crochet
DC: Double Crochet
FDC: Foundation Double Crochet

Pattern:

Row 1: FDC 200 or chain 202 and DC in 3rd ch from hook and across.. (200)

Change color on last stitch (see video tutorial on how to change color)

Row 2: Ch 2 with new color and DC BETWEEN the posts across, Change color on last stitch, Turn.

Rows 3-7: Repeat Row 2 until you’ve used all 7 colors.

Fasten off, weave in all ends.

Assembly Step:
Make 4 poms in White and sew them to each corner of the scarf.

Weave in all ends.

Enjoy!!

This post contains affiliate links, which I may be compensated for when you make a purchase. That means if you click on any link and buy from the linked websites, I will receive a small percentage of the value of your order. The amount you pay is not changed. Thank you for all your support in clicking the links in my blog!! You all are so amazing!! ~Nadia

The yarn provided for this pattern is courtesy of Lion Brand Yarn

 

FREE Crochet Video Tutorial: Chunky Rainbow Pom Scarf

FREE Crochet Video Tutorial: Chunky Rainbow Pom Scarf

As I work my way back to filming regular crochet tutorials, I am also thinking ahead to our annual Halloween costumes. Here is the first of several pieces that will lead up to our big reveal. This is my Chunky Rainbow Pom Scarf. Perfect for the cool weather we are starting to experience here in Wisconsin.  The time for warm weather apparel is going to be here before we know it and we need to be prepared! My Rainbow 🌈 scarf can be made exactly how I made it but use your imagination and find your own color combination to match your look! There are many possibilities! These make great gifts for anyone. You can always make it with or without poms to change the look! Now that is versatility!! I used Hometown yarn by Lion Brand Yarn. You will want to grab yours too because the softness is divine!

 

 

 

Follow along with this video tutorial to learn how to make this scarf:

 

My dad will continue to be the videographer, editor, and photographer for our videos even if we don’t live together.
Support YARNutopia today so we can continue to bring you clear, quality crochet tutorials even after I move into my new home!
There will be an added expense of more travel and hopefully this won’t deter our ability to provide consistent videos on a weekly basis.

Donate Button with Credit Cards

**You can always contact me via Facebook if you have any problems with the pattern. I am happy to help if you have any questions along the way.
***These patterns are copyright YARNutopia © so PLEASE DO NOT COPY, SHARE, ADJUST OR RESELL MY PATTERN. I wrote and tested this pattern myself, from beginning to end. It took a lot of time and work, and I would really like to have it remain “my pattern.”
***You can sell anything you make from my patterns, please just link back to my website YARNutopia.com. Thank you!

Teacher: Nadia Fuad
Video and Editing: Fuad Azmat (My Daddy)
Share your work on Facebook!
Add me on Snapchat: YARNutopia
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Visit My Ravelry Store and add this to your Favorites!
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Enjoy this video and subscribe to my channel on YouTube for more tutorials on how to crochet!
Leave a comment, and share with your friends!

Designed by Nadia Fuad
You *may* sell items made from my pattern, but please reference my website YARNutopia.com.
Please do not copy, sell, and/or post this pattern and claim it as your own.

Materials you will need:
Get the supplies individually by clicking the links below
Lion Brand Yarn Hometown Yarn in the colors of the rainbow (I used 1 ball each of the colors and then 2 balls of white)
-Pom Maker (I used a simple cardboard cutout)
Size -N-10.00mm Crochet Hook
Yarn Needle
Scissors

NOTES:

-Use a smaller hook to make this smaller
-Use a bigger hook to make this bigger
-This is written in US terms
-This took about 4 hours to make but I did not work on it continuously.
-You can check out yarnsub.com to see yarn substitutions that are equal to the Lion Brand yarn I used in this project.
-This pattern with video tutorial shows the measurement as 6 feet long and 12 inches wide, but you can make it wider by continuing the repeat pattern.

Special stitches:
Ch(s): chain(s)
YO: Yarn Over
St(s): Stitch(es)
Sl st: slip stitch
SK: Skip
SC: Single Crochet
HDC: Half Double Crochet
DC: Double Crochet
FDC: Foundation Double Crochet

 

 

This post contains affiliate links, which I may be compensated for when you make a purchase. That means if you click on any link and buy from the linked websites, I will receive a small percentage of the value of your order. The amount you pay is not changed. Thank you for all your support in clicking the links in my blog!! You all are so amazing!! ~Nadia

The yarn provided for this pattern is courtesy of Lion Brand Yarn

FREE Crochet Video Tutorial: Aspen Baby Blanket

FREE Crochet Video Tutorial: Aspen Baby Blanket

There many different reasons to be inspired. The Aspen Baby Blanket was inspired by friends celebrating the birth of their baby. The Aspen tree was the foundation for this piece. Created using series of front and back post stitches, it creates a repeat texture leaf pattern.  The striking three dimensional profile of this project took my breath away. When you look at this overall piece you would never guess that it is easier than you think! I used Basic Stitch Anti-Pilling yarn by Lion Brand Yarn and it was THE most luxurious fiber giving this blanket the absolute softest feel. Follow my video tutorial or written pattern and get your started today! 

 

 

 

Follow along with this video tutorial to learn how to make this blanket:

My dad will continue to be the videographer, editor, and photographer for our videos even if we don’t live together.
Support YARNutopia today so we can continue to bring you clear, quality crochet tutorials even after I move into my new home!
There will be an added expense of more travel and hopefully this won’t deter our ability to provide consistent videos on a weekly basis.

Donate Button with Credit Cards

**You can always contact me via Facebook if you have any problems with the pattern. I am happy to help if you have any questions along the way.
***These patterns are copyright YARNutopia © so PLEASE DO NOT COPY, SHARE, ADJUST OR RESELL MY PATTERN. I wrote and tested this pattern myself, from beginning to end. It took a lot of time and work, and I would really like to have it remain “my pattern.”
***You can sell anything you make from my patterns, please just link back to my website YARNutopia.com. Thank you!

Teacher: Nadia Fuad
Video and Editing: Fuad Azmat (My Daddy)
Share your work on Facebook!
Add me on Snapchat: YARNutopia
Follow me on Instagram
Visit My Ravelry Store and add this to your Favorites!
Follow me on Twitter: @YARNutopia
Enjoy this video and subscribe to my channel on YouTube for more tutorials on how to crochet!
Leave a comment, and share with your friends!

 

Designed by Nadia Fuad
You *may* sell items made from my pattern, but please reference my website YARNutopia.com.
Please do not copy, sell, and/or post this pattern and claim it as your own.

Materials you will need:
Get the supplies individually by clicking the links below
Lion Brand Yarn Basic Stitch in Frost and Ecru (6 balls of Frost, 2 balls of Ecru or 1100 yards of Frost, and 300 yards of Ecru)
Size H-5.00mm Crochet Hook
Yarn Needle
Scissors

NOTES:

-Use a smaller hook to make this smaller
-Use a bigger hook to make this bigger
-This is written in US terms
-This took about 2 weeks to make but I did not work on it continuously.
-You can check out yarnsub.com to see yarn substitutions that are equal to the Lion Brand yarn I used in this project.
-This pattern with video tutorial shows the measurement as 35 inches by 35 inches, but you can make it longer by continuing the repeat pattern.
-If you do not want to do a stacked Single Crochet in the first stitch of every row, you can do a half double crochet and that will suffice.

Special stitches:
Ch(s): chain(s)
YO: Yarn Over
St(s): Stitch(es)
Sl st: slip stitch
SK: Skip
SC: Single Crochet
HDC: Half Double Crochet
DC: Double Crochet
V-St aka V-Stitch: (DC, ch 1, DC) in same space
BPDC2TOG: Double Crochet 2 sts together
FPDC2TOG: Double Crochet 3 sts together
BPV-St: Back Post V-Stitch
FPV-St: Front Post V-Stitch

 

 

 

This post contains affiliate links, which I may be compensated for when you make a purchase. That means if you click on any link and buy from the linked websites, I will receive a small percentage of the value of your order. The amount you pay is not changed. Thank you for all your support in clicking the links in my blog!! You all are so amazing!! ~Nadia

The yarn provided for this pattern is courtesy of Lion Brand Yarn

FREE Written Crochet Pattern: Aspen Baby Blanket

FREE Written Crochet Pattern: Aspen Baby Blanket

There many different reasons to be inspired. The Aspen Baby Blanket was inspired by friends celebrating the birth of their baby. The Aspen tree was the foundation for this piece. Created using series of front and back post stitches, it creates a repeat texture leaf pattern.  The striking three dimensional profile of this project took my breath away. When you look at this overall piece you would never guess that it is easier than you think! I used Basic Stitch Anti-Pilling yarn by Lion Brand Yarn and it was THE most luxurious fiber giving this blanket the absolute softest feel. Follow my video tutorial or written pattern and get your started today! 

 

 

 

My dad will continue to be the videographer, editor, and photographer for our videos even if we don’t live together.
Support YARNutopia today so we can continue to bring you clear, quality crochet tutorials even after I move into my new home!
There will be an added expense of more travel and hopefully this won’t deter our ability to provide consistent videos on a weekly basis.

Donate Button with Credit Cards

**You can always contact me via Facebook if you have any problems with the pattern. I am happy to help if you have any questions along the way.
***These patterns are copyright YARNutopia © so PLEASE DO NOT COPY, SHARE, ADJUST OR RESELL MY PATTERN. I wrote and tested this pattern myself, from beginning to end. It took a lot of time and work, and I would really like to have it remain “my pattern.”
***You can sell anything you make from my patterns, please just link back to my website YARNutopia.com. Thank you!

Teacher: Nadia Fuad
Video and Editing: Fuad Azmat (My Daddy)
Share your work on Facebook!
Add me on Snapchat: YARNutopia
Follow me on Instagram
Visit My Ravelry Store and add this to your Favorites!
Follow me on Twitter: @YARNutopia
Enjoy this video and subscribe to my channel on YouTube for more tutorials on how to crochet!
Leave a comment, and share with your friends!

Pattern:

Designed by Nadia Fuad
You *may* sell items made from my pattern, but please reference my website YARNutopia.com.
Please do not copy, sell, and/or post this pattern and claim it as your own.

Materials you will need:
Get the supplies individually by clicking the links below
Lion Brand Yarn Basic Stitch in Frost and Ecru (6 balls of Frost, 2 balls of Ecru or 1100 yards of Frost, and 300 yards of Ecru)
Size H-5.00mm Crochet Hook
Yarn Needle
Scissors

NOTES:

-Use a smaller hook to make this smaller
-Use a bigger hook to make this bigger
-This is written in US terms
-This took about 2 weeks to make but I did not work on it continuously.
-You can check out yarnsub.com to see yarn substitutions that are equal to the Lion Brand yarn I used in this project.
-This pattern with video tutorial shows the measurement as 35 inches by 35 inches, but you can make it longer by continuing the repeat pattern.
-If you do not want to do a stacked Single Crochet in the first stitch of every row, you can do a half double crochet and that will suffice.

Special stitches:
Ch(s): chain(s)
YO: Yarn Over
St(s): Stitch(es)
Sl st: slip stitch
SK: Skip
SC: Single Crochet
HDC: Half Double Crochet
DC: Double Crochet
V-St aka V-Stitch: (DC, ch 1, DC) in same space
BPDC2TOG: Double Crochet 2 sts together
FPDC2TOG: Double Crochet 3 sts together
BPV-St: Back Post V-Stitch
FPV-St: Front Post V-Stitch

Pattern:

Row 1: FDC 203 or Ch 205, DC in 3rd Ch and each ch across (you need 203 sts for row 1)

Row 2: Stacked SC in 1st st, FPDC in next 2 sts, *BPDC on next 10 sts, FPDC on next 7 sts, repeat from * across until 3 sts remain, FPDC on next 2 sts, HDC in last st, Ch 1, Turn.

Row 3: Stacked SC in 1st st, BPDC on next 2 sts, *FPDC2TOG, FPDC on next 6 sts, FPDC2TOG, BPDC on next 7 sts, repeat from * across, ending with BPDC on next 2 sts, HDC in last st, ch 1, turn.

Row 4: Stacked SC in 1st st, FPDC on next 2 sts *BPDC2TOG, BPDC on next 4 sts, BPDC2TOG, FPDC on next 7 sts, repeat from * across until 3 sts remain, ending with FPDC on next 2 sts, HDC in last st, Ch 1, turn.

Row 5: Stacked SC in 1st st, BPDC on next 2 sts, *FPDC2TOG, FPDC on next 2 sts, FPDC2TOG, BPDC on next 7 sts, repeat from * across until 3 sts remain, ending with BPDC on next 2 sts, HDC in last st, Ch 1, turn.

Row 6: Stacked SC in 1st st, FPDC on next 2 sts, *[BPDC2TOG] twice, FPDC on next 3 sts, BPDC on next st, FPDC on next 3 sts, repeat from * across until 3 sts remain, ending with FPDC on next 2 sts, HDC in last st, Ch 1, turn.

Row 7: Stacked SC in 1st st, BPDC on next 2 sts, *FPDC2TOG, BPDC on next 3 sts, FPDC on next st, BPDC on next 3 sts, repeat from * across until 3 sts remain, ending with BPDC on next 2 sts, HDC in last st, Ch 1, Turn.

Row 8: Stacked SC in 1st st, FPDC on next 6 sts, *BPV-St on next st, FPDC on next 7 sts, repeat from * across until 7 sts remain, ending with FPDC on 6 sts, HDC in last st, Ch 1, Turn.

Row 9: Stacked SC in 1st st, BPDC on next 6 sts, *FPDC on next st, V-St in Ch sp, FDC on next st, BPDC on next 7 sts, repeat from * across until 7 sts remain, ending with BPDC on 6 sts, HDC in last st, Ch 1, turn.

Row 10: Stacked SC in 1st st, FPDC on next 6 sts, *BPDC on next 2 sts, V-st in Ch sp, BPDC on next 2 sts, FPDC on next 7 sts, repeat from * across until 7 sts remain, ending with FPDC on 6 sts, HDC in last st, Ch 1, Turn.

Row 11: Stacked SC in 1st st, BPDC on next 6 sts, *FPDC on next 3 sts, V-st in Ch sp, FPDC on next 3 sts, BPDC on next 7 sts, Repeat from * across until 7 sts remain, ending with BPDC on 6 sts, HDC in last st, Ch 1, Turn.

Row 12: Stacked SC in 1st st, FPDC on next 6 sts, *BPDC on next 4 sts, 2 DC in ch sp, BPDC on next 4 sts, FPDC on next 7 sts, repeat from * across until 7 sts remain, ending with FPDC on next 6 sts, HDC in last st, Ch 1, Turn.

Row 13: Stacked SC in 1st st, BPDC on next 6 sts, *FPDC2TOG, FPDC on next 6 sts, FPDC2TOG, BPDC on next 7 sts, repeat from * across until 7 sts remain, ending with BPDC on next 6 sts, HDC in last st, Ch 1, Turn.

Row 14: Stacked SC in 1st st, FPDC on next 6 sts, *BPDC2TOG, BPDC on next 4 sts, BPDC2TOG, FPDC on next 7 sts, repeat from * across until 7 sts remain, ending with FPDC on next 6 sts, HDC in last st, Ch 1, Turn.

Row 15: Stacked SC in 1st st, BPDC on next 6 sts, *FPDC2TOG, FPDC on next 2 sts, FPDC2TOG, BPDC on next 7 sts, repeat from * across until 7 sts remain, ending with BPDC on next 6 sts, HDC in last st, Ch 1, Turn.

Row 16: Stacked SC in 1st st, FPDC on next 2 sts, *BPDC on next st, FPDC on next 3 sts, [BPDC2TOG] twice, FPDC on next 3 sts, repeat from * across until 7 sts remain, ending with FPDC on next 3 sts, BPDC on next st, FPDC on next 2 sts, HDC in last st, Ch 1, Turn.

Row 17: Stacked SC in 1st st, BPDC on next 2 sts, *FPDC on next st, BPDC on next 3 sts, FPDC2TOG, BPDC on next 3 sts, repeat from * across until 7 sts remain, ending with BPDC on next 3 sts, FPDC on next st, BPDC on next 2 sts, HDC in last st, Ch 1, Turn.

Row 18: Stacked SC in 1st st, FPDC on next 2 sts, *BPV-St on next st, FPDC on next 7 sts, repeat from * across, ending with FPDC on 2 sts before last, HDC in last st, Ch 1, Turn.

Row 19: Stacked SC in 1st st, BPDC on next 2 sts, *FPDC on next st, V-St in Ch sp, FPDC on next st, BPDC on next 7 sts, repeat from * across until 3 sts remain, ending with BPDC on next 2 sts, HDC in last st, Ch 1, turn.

Row 20: Stacked SC in 1st st, FPDC on next 2 sts, *BPDC on next 2 sts, V-St in Ch sp, BPDC on next 2 sts, FPDC on next 7 sts, repeat from * across until 3 sts remain, ending with FPDC on next 2 sts, HDC in last st, Ch 1, Turn.

Row 21: Stacked SC in 1st st, BPDC on next 2 sts, *FPDC on next 3 sts, V-St in Ch sp, FPDC on next 3 sts, BPDC on next 7 sts, repeat from * across until 3 sts remain, ending with BPDC on next 2 sts, HDC in last st, Ch 1, Turn.

Row 22: Stacked SC in 1st st, FPDC on next 2 sts, *BPDC on next 4 sts, 2 DC in Ch sp, BPDC on next 4 sts, FPDC on next 7 sts, Repeat from * across until 3 sts remain, ending with FPDC on next 2 sts, HDC in last st, Ch 1, Turn.

Rows 23-42: Repeat Rows 3-22

Rows 43-62: Repeat Rows 3 to 22

Rows 63-82: Repeat Rows 3-22

Rows 83-92: Repeat Rows 3-12
End on a repeat of Row 12 before fastening off. (SEE video tutorial for visual instructions on ending/fastening off)

Border:

Attach Yarn in a corner

Round 1: Ch 2, DC in each st around and in each row on the side, put 3 DC in corners (See video tutorial for visual instructions), sl st to first st, Ch 2, DO NOT TURN.

Round 2: DC in each st around putting 3 DC in the middle DC of each corner, sl st to first st, Fasten off.

Fasten off, weave in all ends.

Enjoy!!

This post contains affiliate links, which I may be compensated for when you make a purchase. That means if you click on any link and buy from the linked websites, I will receive a small percentage of the value of your order. The amount you pay is not changed. Thank you for all your support in clicking the links in my blog!! You all are so amazing!! ~Nadia

The yarn provided for this pattern is courtesy of Lion Brand Yarn