Easy Lacy Crochet Scarf Pattern – Harbor Mist

What is more satisfying than an easy lacy crochet scarf pattern that works up quickly and makes such a beautiful addition to your scarf collection?

Lacy crochet scarves are usually more spring or summer pieces, but this one is made with weight #4 yarn and keeps me warm in the winter.

I used a variegated yarn for this crochet lacy scarf, to let the colors of the yarn shine a more lacy stitch pattern was a must!

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How To Crochet A Lacy Crochet Scarf?

This lace scarf pattern is ideal if you enjoy creating pretty and wearable crochet projects that come together quickly!

It is a 4-row repeat that forms a lacy stitch pattern in no time. and the rows are short so it works up quickly.

Using different yarn weights will make the lacy crochet scarf drape differently.

Think cotton for the hot summer days or blended yarn for the autumn

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Customizing Your Scarf

Do not be afraid to make this scarf your own! Here are some ideas on how to customize it:

💥Adjust the dimensions. Change the width of your scarf using the stitch multiple listed in the pattern. you will need to chain in multiples of 6 and add 3 more at the end. Remember, this will change how much yarn your lace scarf needs.

💥Go wild with your yarn. Try alpaca or merino wool, organic cotton or bamboo, or hold two strands of your favorite yarns together for a thicker effect or mix colors.

💥Use your palette. Get creative with the colors, it can be a color block scarf, a solid color or a mixed one- let your imagination fly!

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Let’s get to the pattern, shall we? Making an easy crochet scarf





Alize Verona Colormix Yarn,#4, 100% Acrylic, 100 gr, 210 m (230yds), color: 7811 (2.5 skeins)

Subs can be: any weight #4 yarn

Hook: US Size H-8(5 mm) 

  • Yarn Needle, Scissors, Measuring Tape


14 st X 6 rows ( 4” X 4” of pattern repeat)


  • 60” long X 12” wide (after blocking)

Stitch Key

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  • The pattern is worked in rows
  • Ch2 does count as st at the beginning of each row
  • Ch1 at the beginning of the row does not count as a stitch
  • This pattern uses pattern repeats.
  • You can work this pattern with one or multiple colors- I used variegated yarn.
  • If changing colors make sure to have a changing technique and weave your ends in.
  • You can decide on the size of the scarf by adding rows
  • This pattern calls for multiples of 6+3
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Scarf of the Month Club CAL

This pattern is part of the 2024 Scarf and Hat of the Month cal with The Stitchin Mommy and Oombawka Design Crochet

You can Download a Premium PDF copy of The Harbor Mist Scarf for free, valid for 24 hrs. Use code MIST HERE

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Instructions for the easy lacy crochet scarf pattern

Ch 48+3

Row 1: Sc1 in 2nd ch from hook, sc 1 in next ch, *[ch 4, skip next 4 ch, sc 1 in each next 2 ch]* repeat from *to* across to end of row, turn

Row 2: Ch 2, (dc 2+ch2+dc2) into each ch4 space across, dc1 in last sc from prev row, turn

Row 3: Ch5 (counts as dc+ch2), (sc 2, ch 4) in each ch 2 space across to last  ch 2 space, sc2 in last ch2 space, ch2, skip next 2 dc, dc in 3rd ch from turning ch, turn

Row 4: Ch 4 (counts as dc + ch 1), dc2 in next ch2 space, (dc2+ch2+dc2) in each ch4 space across to last ch 4 space, dc 2 in ch 2 space, ch 1, dc1 in 3rd ch from turning, turn.

Row 5:Ch 1, sc 1 in 1st st, sc 1 in next ch 1 space, ch 4 (sc 2, ch4) in each ch 2 space across, sc 1 in last ch 1 space, sc 1 in 3rd ch of turning, turn

The pattern repeat is rows 2-5

Continue to your desired length – for this sample I made 20 repeats


Secure yarn, cut, and weave in ends

Block the scarf.

Optional: add fringe or tassels


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