Are you ready to add a touch of cozy style to your wardrobe with a stunning crochet scarf? Look no further! I are thrilled to present my free Corner-to-Corner (C2C) Crochet Scarf Pattern, designed to keep you warm and fashionable all season long.
With the C2C technique, you’ll create a captivating texture and visual appeal that will make your scarf stand out from the crowd. The pattern guides you through each step, allowing you to confidently crochet your way to a gorgeous and unique accessory.
Whether you’re a seasoned crocheter or a beginner eager to learn a new technique, our free C2C Crochet Scarf Pattern is perfect for you. The clear instructions make it easy to follow along and create a scarf that reflects your personal style.
So, grab your favorite yarn and crochet hook, and let’s get started on this wonderful C2C Crochet Scarf adventure.
And before you go, be sure to check out the other free crochet patterns that I have!
Beginner. Basic stitches in basic form. Simple repeats in rounds.
- J/6 mm crochet hook
- Worsted weight yarn. I used Caron Big Cake in Afternoon Tea
- Large pom pom maker
- Hot melt adhesive
Gauge isn’t overly important for this pattern.
7 squares (ch 3 + 3 dc) = 4 inches
My scarf measures 6.5 ” wide and 70″ long
- Written instructions are for working from the bottom right corner to the top left.
- Crochet the scarf using the corner-to-corner (C2C) technique. Use the traditional method of making three double crochets for each square.
- Chain 6 to start each new row and chain 3 at the beginning of each square.
- dc = double crochet
- st = stitch
- sts = stitches
- sl st = slip stitch
- ch = chain
- chs = chains
Slip Stitch (sl st)
- Insert hook into next stitch.
- Yarn over and pull the yarn through the stitch and through the loop on your hook.
Double Crochet (dc)
- Yarn over & insert hook in next stitch.
- Yarn over and pull up a loop. You will have 3 loops on your hook.
- Yarn over and pull through 2 loops. You will have 2 loops on your hook.
- Yarn over and pull through remaining 2 loops on your hook.
Corner-to-Corner Method (C2C)
Corner to corner (C2C) crochet is a technique where you crochet “squares” in diagonal rows, starting in the bottom right corner and ending in the the top left corner. Each row is increased by one square. Each square in the graph = chain 3 + 3 double crochet.
Increases are made at the end of each row. To make an increase you will chain 6, dc in the 4th chain from your hook and dc in each of the 2 remaining chains.
You will have a chain 3 + 3 dc square. This is your first square for the beginning of the next row. Turn your work and join with a slip stitch to the chain 3 space from the last square made.
The first decreases for both the width and length will create corners.
To make a decrease, when you reach the end of the row, you will turn your work and slip stitch across the 3 dc’s in the last square made. Join with a slip stitch to the chain 3 space and chain 3 + 3 dc.
Crochet Scarf Pattern Instructions
↙ Row 1: square (1 square)
↗ Row 2: square x 2 (2 squares)
↙ Row 3: square x 3 (3 squares)
↗ Row 4: square x 4 (4 squares)
↙ Row 5: square x 5 (5 squares)
↗ Row 6: square x 6 (6 squares)
↙ Row 7: square x 7 (7 squares)
↗ Row 8: square x 8 (8 squares)
↙ Row 9: square x 9 (9 squares)
↗ Row 10: square x 10 (10 squares)
↙ Row 11: square x 11 (11 squares)
↗ Row 12: square x 12 (12 squares)
Corner: Start decreasing for Width
↙ Row 13: square x 12 (12 squares)
↗ Row 14: square x 12 (12 squares)
↙↗ Rows 15-120: repeat rows 13 & 14 (12 squares)
Corner: Start decreasing for Length
↙ Row 121: square x 11 (11 squares)
↗ Row 122: square x 10 (10 squares)
↙ Row 123: square x 9 (9 squares)
↗ Row 124: square x 8 (8 squares)
↙ Row 125: square x 7 (7 squares)
↗ Row 126: square x 6 (6 squares)
↙ Row 127: square x 5 (5 squares)
↗ Row 128: square x 4 (4 squares)
↙ Row 129: square x 3 (3 squares)
↗ Row 130: square x 2 (2 squares)
↙ Row 131: square (1 square)
Pom Pom Instructions
Photos are from my Santa Hat.
Firmly and evenly wind your yarn around each set of arches. After the first set of arches, close them and then wind your yarn around the second set.
Cut the yarn between each set of arches.
Use a scrap piece of yarn to tie the pom pom in place. I recommend you double/triple knot it.
Carefully open the arches.
Use a Hot melt adhesive to place a dab of glue in the center of the pom pom. This will help prevent it from unraveling.
Fluff your pom pom and trim any long ends.
Use a tapestry needle to attach your pom poms (make 4) to the corners of your scarf.