Coupled Diamond Scarf
The Coupled Diamond scarf is named for the diamonds and triangles that work magic together to create this stunning scarf pattern.
An intermediate level or adventurous beginner using double crochet and skipping stitches.
There are three sizes for the scarf included in this pattern, and each highlighted using a different color. The red is the smallest size.
Scarf tools and whatnot
Red Heart Unforgettable “Stained Glass”
Soft & Shiny “Shimmer”
Caron “Horizon Blue”
When picking out a yarn, pick a type that is soft and get a minimum of 270 yards or 250 meters for the smallest scarf on this pattern.
Glossary in US Terms
DC: double crochet
Small size: US G (4mm)
Medium size: US H (5mm)
Large size: US J (6mm)
Finished measurements/sizing approx:
Length: | 57.75in | 147 cm | 82 in | 210 cm | 100 in | 254 cm |
Width: | 6-7in | 15-18cm | 9-10in | 24-25cm | 9-10 in | 23-25cm |
Gauge = 4in:
6 rows (+ chain) 8 sets of V (+ 1 dc on end)
6 rows (+ chain) 5 sets of V (+ 1 dc on end)
5 rows (+ chain) 4 sets of V (+ 1 dc on end)
Gauge isn’t super crucial with this pattern but may effect yardage. So keep that in mind.
coupled diamond Scarf pattern
Chain desired width or 37 | 53 | 41 |.
Row 1: skip 3 chain, [1 double crochet, chain 2, 1 double crochet] in next chain, skip 3 chain, [1 dc, ch 2, 1 dc] in next chain, skip 3 chain, [1 dc, ch 2, 1 dc] in next chain, repeat until end of row, [1 dc, ch 2, 1 dc] in second to last chain, 1 dc in last chain, turn
Row 2: ch 3, *sk 3 st, in next st [1 dc, ch 2, 1 dc]* repeat * * until end of row, [1 dc, ch 2, 1 dc] in second to last stitch, 1 dc in last stitch (top of the chain 3 from previous row), turn
Row 3: ch 3, *sk 3 st, in next st [1 dc, ch 2, 1 dc]* repeat * * until end of row, [1 dc, ch 2, 1 dc] in second to last stitch, 1 dc in last stitch, turn
Repeat for desired length or 83 | 100 | 103 rows.
Once desired length is reached bind off and sew in ends!
Enjoy your scarf!
Pattern was designed by Katie Abbott. You may use this pattern to make or sell as many scarves as you like but please link back to Katie @quiet.comet.crochet as the designer. Please feel free to share this blog post and pattern with whoever you think would like it but do not claim any portion of the pattern as your own.
Katie is a highschool Senior who resides with her family and dogs in Georgia. She is bistitchual (both crochets and knits) and in her spare time does research and co-writes for FuzzyWhatKnots Blog