The second pattern for the Autumn Amore Crochet Along is the Autumn Amore Scarf! This simple moss stitch scarf crochet pattern includes instructions for a kids’ size, adult size, and even an infinity scarf option – all featuring Red Heart Amore!
Disclaimer: Materials provided by Red Heart Yarns and Furls; this post includes affiliate links.
The Autumn Amore Scarf is made with Red Heart Yarns Amore, an astonishingly soft and easy to care for yarn with lots of colors to choose from. You can get it on RedHeart.com, or at your local Walmart – and rumor has it that it’s popping up in other big box craft stores too!
The scarf, like all the Autumn Amore CAL patterns, uses 3 colors. Just one ball of each will make any size of the scarf – and you might even be able to just use the leftover yarn from the Autumn Amore Beanie, depending on what sizes you make! For the Infinity version, you make need a bit more of the edging color.
This scarf pattern will teach you another way of making the moss stitch – in simple rows! And the border is nicely neutral too – keeping this set completely unisex, and ready for the whole family.
Autumn Amore Scarf
US-K, 6.5mm hook – Furls Crochet
300-500 yds Red Heart Amore (“4”/Worsted/ UK: 10-12 ply; 198 yds (181 m); 3.5 oz (100 g))
Color A: Whisper (1 ball, any size)
Color B: Earl Grey (1 ball for Kids or Adult Scarves, 2 balls for Infinity Scarf)
Color C: Chamomile (1 ball, any size)
Gauge: 16 sts (including chains) x 17 rows = 4″/10cm in pattern with US-K hook
Sizes: Kids; Adult; Infinity
Helpful Links & Tutorials:
This scarf is made by carrying or “floating” the yarn along the sides of the scarf. Do not cut the yarn after each row – just let it hang and pick it up again as needed. With 3 colors, the next color should always be waiting for you where you need it. If only 2 colors are used, you will need to make 2 rows of each color before switching.
Prefer an 8″ wide scarf? Start with a ch of 34 instead (16 sc per row).
Kid Size Scarf (6″ x 48″):
Row 1: With Color A, ch 26, skip the 3 chs closest to the hook, sc in the next ch, *ch 1, skip next ch, sc in the next ch; rep from * to end, finishing last st with Color B. (12 sc)
Row 2: Ch 2, skip the first sc, sc in the next ch-1 sp, *ch 1, skip next sc, sc in next ch-1 sp; rep from * to end, finishing with sc in last ch-2 sp and finishing last st with Color C. (12 sc)
Row 3 – 204: Repeat Row 2, changing colors in pattern and finishing with a Color C row.
Go to Edging Instructions Below.
Adult Size Scarf (6″ x 68″):
Repeat as for Kids Size Scarf but work to Row 288.
Go to Edging Instructions Below.
Infinity Scarf (6″ x 78″):
Repeat as for Kids Size Scarf but work to Row 333.
Assembly: Whip Stitch Row 1 and Row 333 together without twisting the scarf.
Infinity Scarf Edging Rnd 1 ONLY: With Color B, join to any ch-2 sp at the end of a row, ch 1, *sc in the ch-2 sp, ch 1, skip the next row; rep from * around and join.
Infinity Scarf Edging Rnd 2 ONLY: Ch 2, skip the first st, *sc in the next ch-1 sp, ch 1, skip the st; rep from * around and join.
Repeat Infinity Scarf Edging Rnd 1 and 2 on opposite edge of Infinity Scarf.
Edging Instructions (Kid and Adult Straight Scarves):
Rnd 1: With Color B, work across the last row in pattern, working a (sc, ch 2, sc) corner in the last ch-sp, then work along the side of the scarf in pattern (sc in the side of the next row, ch 1, skip a row), (sc, ch 2, sc) at the corner ch-sp, work across foundation chain in pattern, ch 3 at the corner skipping the final sc, then work along the last side of the scarf in pattern as for the previous side, finishing with a ch 1 and join to the first ch-sp.
Rnd 2: Ch 1, *sc in the ch-1 sp, ch 1, skip the next st; rep from * around working (sc, ch 2, sc) in each corner ch-sp; join and finish off.
I hope you enjoy the free Autumn Amore Scarf pattern! Today also saw the release of the Autumn Amore Cowl pattern, so if you prefer that style, be sure to check it out! And you can grab the matching Beanie pattern and enter the yarn giveaways for this Crochet Along by checking the schedule of links HERE.
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