Learn how to make a simple crochet scarf using the mesh stitch!
I was inspired by the mesh stitch tutorial that I did a few weeks ago that I decided to make Elise a scarf with that very stitch!! This open crochet mesh button scarf worked up very quickly and would be a great project for all levels of crocheters!
The Yarn that’s perfect for this crochet mesh stitch scarf!
I highly recommend Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice because of the awesome colors that are available and how easily it is so find! Click the yarn image below to check them out!
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CROCHET MESH BUTTON SCARF
- Size H Crochet Hook
- 2 colors of worsted weight (4) yarn
- Yarn needle
- 3 buttons (I used these Brown Coconut Shell Buttons)
THE MESH STITCH SCARF PATTERN
With Color A Chain 18
ROW 2: Chain 4, Double Crochet into first Double Crochet, *Chain 1, Double Crochet into next Double Crochet, repeat from * until end of row ending with 1 Double Crochet in top of turning chain from row below. Turn.
ROW 3-36: Repeat Row 2, after row 36 fasten off yarn & weave in loose ends with a yarn needle.
Join Color B on one of the short sides of scarf right after a corner.
1: 2 Single Crochets (in Chain 1 Space) , Ch1 , continue this pattern until you reach the corner
2: In Corner do 2 Single Crochets , Chain 2, 2 Single Crochets all in corner space.
3: Chain 1, 2 Single Crochets in turning chain space along long side of scarf.
4: Continue along outside of scarf following instructions for the given section you are you on.
5: End with 2 Single Crochets & 2 Chains in corner. join with a slip stitch to first Single Crochet. Chain 1
6: Single Crochet in every stitch across until the corner, Single Crochet in previous rows Chain 2 space, then Chain 2 , Single Crochet again in same space.
7: Continue working Single Crochets across on every stitch working corners as previously stated. Fasten off with a slip stitch and work in ends with a yarn needle.
Using Color B Fasten Buttons on to Scarf Evenly. Since the Mesh stitch was used there is no need for button holes. Just push through scarf and you are done!! 🙂
Finished Size should be approximately 6 X 30.
If you need help with the mesh stitch here is a tutorial to guide you.
I hope you enjoyed this crochet mesh button scarf pattern!
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