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Crochet V Stitch Scarf (Free Pattern)

Unleash your creativity and embark on a journey into the world of crochet with the mesmerizing Crochet V Stitch Scarf. This unique and versatile pattern will captivate your imagination and allow you to create a stunning accessory that is both fashionable and cozy. The Crochet V Stitch Scarf is a delightful project that combines simplicity with elegance. With just a few basic crochet stitches, you can create a beautiful scarf that showcases the intricate V stitch pattern. The V stitch adds a touch of sophistication to the design, making it a perfect accessory for any occasion. Whether you're dressing up for a special event or simply want to add a stylish flair to your everyday outfits, this scarf will effortlessly elevate your look. 


  •  This pattern is written in US terms 
  • The finished scarf measures approximately 64 inches long and 7 inches wide
  • Gauge is: rows 1-8 (4 inches in height, 7 inches wide)
  • Turning CH 2 counts as a stitch throughout
  • Special stitch tutorial is included within the pattern
  • This project can be made as a traditional scarf or turned into an infinity scarf by seaming the two ends together
  • You can easily make your scarf longer or shorter by adding/decreasing the number of rows. Please keep in mind this will affect the yardage amount
  • When working with Caron Cakes, you might prefer to let the colour transitions happen naturally throughout the project. You can also choose to cut and rejoin the yarn for a more natural colour change at the beginning of rows

Materials Needed:

  • Approximately 370 yards of worsted weight yarn.
  • 5mm hook (
  • Yarn needle
  • Scissors 
  • Measuring tape


CH – Chain
SK – Skip Stitch
SS – Slip Stitch

DC – Double Crochet

Special Stitch Tutorial:

Modified Double Crochet V Stitch – Traditionally, the V stitch is worked as 1 DC, CH 1, 1 DC (all into one stitch). The modified version in this pattern is made by placing 2DC together into one stitch (without the CH 1 between them). The modified V stitches in the rows that follow are made within the stitch space between the 2 DC that are grouped together in previous row.


Begin with CH 25

Row 1:Into the 5th CH from your hook, place 2 DC. SK the next stitch. *In the next stitch, place 2 DC, SK the next stitch*. Repeat from * to * 8 more times. Place 1 DC into the last stitch. CH 2 and turn [photo A].

(10 V stitches, one CH 2 [at the beginning], 1 DC stitch [at the end])

Rows 2-119:For this row and each row after, you will only be working your v stitch into the space between the 2 DC that are grouped together [photo B].

SK the first DC and place 2 DC between the SK stitch and the next stitch. *SK the next 2 DC and place 2 DC into the next space between stitches*. Repeat from * to * 8 more times. SK the last DC stitch and place 1 DC into the top of the turning CH 2 from the previous row. CH 2 and turn for all rows except after row 119. When row 119 is complete, fasten off and weave in all ends.

(10 V stitches, one CH 2 [at the beginning], 1 DC stitch [at the end])

Great job! Your Easy V Stitch Scarf is complete!

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