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Berries in the Snow Scarf

if you don't block it it twists and looks like this

This little scarf was so much fun to come up with!!! At first I was thinking I wanted a peppermint type scarf and I found a yarn that was a deep red and white however after making it I wasn't happy with peppermint as a name ( look this week for my peppermint twist slouch hat!) so I went over to the AllFreeCrochet facebook page and asked for help naming this! WOW over 100 comments with GREAT fun names it was hard to choose just one so I went with the one that had the most likes! Thank you to Sam Henderson for the winning name!!
if you block it, it will lay flat like this

any 4 ply yarn.... I use redheart team spirit burgundy ( looks red to me)  and white
j hook ( I am using my J a lot lately)

* in this scarf you always want to dc around your chain 6 NEVER dc around your triple* This scarf was inspired by queen anne's lace
* there is lots of turning so don't get dizzy, and don't get confused it is quite easy and quick once you get it! Find me on facebook or email me if you need help!

Motif 1
chain 6 , triple ( total of 4 loops pull through 2 at a time) crochet into the first chain,turn, chain 3, 11 dc, ( 12 dc total first chain 3 counts as dc) chain 3 turn, sc, into the top of the first dc, chain 3 and sc into each stitch

Motif 2 and every other motif,

** You want to alternate the curve part of your motif so TURN every time you start a new motif.
motif one, chain 6 start of triple crochet *** see how I chained and  turned and the triple crochets so the chain part was opposite of the last motif? YOU always want that. 

to make a triple, its just like a double just one extra loop.
at this point you turn and chain 3 and do 11 dc around the ch 6 NOT the triple!

this is what your 2 motifs should look like, keep alternating until you have the length you like.
the start or motif 3, see you it alternates?

chain 6 *turn* , triple ( total of 4 loops pull through 2 at a time) crochet into the first chain,turn, chain 3, 11 dc, ( 12 dc total first chain 3 counts as dc)  SLIP stitch into the previous motif, chain 3 turn, sc, into the top of the first dc, chain 3 and sc into each stitch

continue motif 2 until you have the desired length I make most of my scarfs to be about 6 ft , a longer scarf and be slimming :) however feel free to make as long or short as you desire :)
Will you be making one of these? Let me know what colors you use comment below!


  1. Very pretty, a good scarf for a Texas winter.

  2. I just made this with a cute ombre yarn. So easy and fun! Thank you!

  3. I am making several for a charity through work. Working on a blue one now


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