|CROCHET with CARL
“Spiderweb Squares” Scarf
180-200 yards of Worsted or Aran weight yarn
(I used one skein of Universal Yarn’s “Cotton Supreme”)
Appropriately sized crochet hook (I)
Tapestry needle to weave in ends
The pattern gives options for a narrower, medium, or
wider scarf, altering the width of the “border” around
each of the spiderweb sections. The “wider” version is
shown here. Options in parentheses should be
observed consistently throughout the pattern.
Ch 18 (20, 22).
Foundation Row: Dc in fifth ch from hook. Dc in each st to end (15/17/19 dc including turning ch.)
Row 2: Ch 3 (counts as dc here and throughout pattern) and turn. Skip first st; dc in each st to end
(15/17/19 dc including turning ch.)
Row 3: Ch 3 and turn. Skip first dc; dc in next 2 (3,4) dc. Ch 4; [skip one dc. Tr in next dc] 4 times; Ch 4;
skip one dc. Dc in next 3 (4,5) sts.
Row 4: Ch 3 and turn. Skip first dc; dc in next 2 (3,4) dc. Ch 4; sc in each tr; Ch 4; Dc in next 3 (4,5) dcs.
Ch 3 (counts as dc) and turn.
Rows 5-6: repeat Row 4 twice.
Row 7: Ch 3 and turn. Skip first dc; dc in next 2 (3,4) dc. [Ch 1; Tr in next sc] 4 times; Ch 1. Dc in next 3
Rows 8: Ch 3 and turn. Skip first dc; dc in each dc and ch 1 space to end.
Row 9: Ch 3 and turn. Skip first dc; dc in each st to end.
Row 10: Ch 4 and turn. Skip first 2 dc. Dc in next dc. [Ch 1; skip one dc. Dc in next dc] until end.
Row 11: Ch 3 and turn. Dc in each ch 1 space and dc until end (last dc will be worked in 3 st of turning
Repeat rows 2-11 eight more times, or until scarf is desired length, ending with Row 9.
Fringe: Cut 16/18/20 equal lengths of yarn; fold in half. Insert hook through first st of ending row; draw
looped end through, then bring fringe ends down through loop. Repeat in every other st, and on other
end of scarf (8/9/10 pieces of fringe on each end.)
This pattern Copyright 2011 by Carl Johengen. Please do not republish this pattern; when teaching
please give proper credit to the author. Items made from this pattern may be sold.