Rolling Stone Moss Scarf

Get ready for some mindful crochet with my free Rolling Stone moss stitch scarf pattern

Beautiful warm hues in this funky gender neutral scarf

Rolling Stone

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Thanks to my son Eoghan for modelling photos for this one.

When selecting a project to work on in between designing most of the time I am looking for a super simple project that allows me to switch off and just focus on the stitches and nothing else (well maybe watching The Last Kingdom too!) I have had this Adriafil Zebrino lying around for ages and I found the perfect project for it. Unfortunately it does seem to be very hard to get if you wanted the exact same yarn. LoveCrafts have this which is similar at the moment. Click here. Yarn Sub also gives some substitutes. However the beauty of this project is that it works with any yarn weight and corresponding hook. I used 5mm and some trusty stitch markers (you can find them in store or my Etsy Store

So lets grab a hook and some yarn and learn the lovely Moss Stitch for the Rolling Stone scarf

Terminology US (with UK in brackets in description only)

CH – Chain

SK – Skip

SC – Single Crochet (DC – Double crochet)

SP – Space

Stitches inside brackets are all worked into the one space ( )

The chains at the beginning of the row never count as stitches.

The first few rows can be tricky simply because it may be hard to see exactly where you are working in to so I do highly recommend using some stitch markers until you get used to the rhythm and the placement of your stitches.

Row 1: CH 2. In the 2nd CH from hook place, SC, CH1, SC. Turn.

End of row 1

end of row 2

Row 2: CH 1. In the 1st SC place (SC, CH1, SC) CH1, in the CH 1 SP place (SC, CH1, SC). CH1, in the last SC place. (SC, CH1, SC) turn. I place my stitch marker into the centre CH1 which is the middle of the scarf.

Row 3: CH 1. Working from now on in the CH1 spaces only. (SC, CH1, SC) in the 1st CH1 SP. CH1, SC in the next CH SP, CH1, in the centre CH1 SP place (SC, CH1, SC). CH1, SC in next CH1 SP, CH1, in the last CH1 SP place. (SC, CH1, SC) turn.

Row 4

Row 4: CH 1 (SC, CH1, SC) in the 1st CH1 SP. CH1, SC n the next CH 1 SP, CH1, SC in next SP, CH1, in the centre CH1 SP place (SC, CH1, SC). CH1, SC in next CH1 SP, CH1, SC in next SP, CH1, in the last CH1 SP place. (SC, CH1, SC) turn.

 

Each row will continue as above. The first, last and middle chain one spaces will have (SC, CH1, SC) and the chain spaces in the rows in between will have an SC (DC) stitch. Continue to grow your scarf until it reaches a length that suits. I used 625meters in total for the scarf that Eoghan is wearing.

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To finish off continue to work an SC evenly across the top of the scarf to give a nice straight edge.

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