3.06.2009

Crochet Pattern: Rainbow with Clouds Scarf


Rainbow Scarf with Clouds pattern


It's been 9 years since I originally made this scarf for a craft swap. I was trying to figure out what I could make with my current supplies at the time. I just grabbed leftover balls of yarn to create it which meant not every color had the same weight/brand. This is finally getting the revision it desperately needs. The original pattern I'll keep at the bottom of the post and I'll explain why.

Revision: June 6, 2018

Rainbow Scarf 
H hook

Start off with as many chains you want for length.

(The scarf I made here had 235 chains for a very long scarf that could wrap around the neck twice and hang long.)


Pink: Half Double crochet across until the end. Turn.
Chain 2. Single crochet across until end.

Orange: Chain 3. Half double crochet across until the end. Turn.

Yellow: Chain 3. Half double crochet across until the end. Turn.

Green: Chain 3. Half double crochet across until the end. Turn.

Blue: Chain 3. Half double crochet across until the end. Turn.

Purple: Chain 3. Half double crochet across until the end. Turn.
Chain 2. Single crochet across until end. Tie off.

Weave in all the ends.

rainbow scarf crochet pattern


Clouds
H hook

clouds crochet pattern

Note: Original clouds looked like a flower with 7 pieces. Total 14 pieces made.
The revision has +2 more pieces to create asymmetrical clouds.


White:
Double crochet 6 times into magic ring. Sl st together.

Chain 2. Double crochet twice (increase) in each stitch around. 
Sl st together to join and tie off.

Assembly:

Pin two circles together. A weaving needle is easier to use for these. Grab the outer loop only when you attach pieces instead of going through both. You will have 1 circle in the center and 6 other circles surrounding it to look like a flower. In the revised pattern, I have flipped over the clouds so it looks puffy against the scarf.

clouds assembly crochet pattern rainbow scarf with clouds rainbow scarf with clouds crochet pattern


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Original Pattern:
Rainbow Scarf with Clouds pattern
Why the revision?

I made this scarf specifically for using up leftover yarn. I had at least 3 different yarn weights which made it uneven if I did the same amount of single crochet rows. If you are trying to use up small balls of yarn like me then you can follow this pattern loosely.

If you have a thicker yarn, you could get away with a row of double crochet or two single crochet rows.

If the yarn is on the thinner side, you'll need to do extra rows to create each color as "even" as possible if that's what you're looking for.


Rainbow:

Start off with as many chains you want for length.

Red/Pink: Chain 3. Single crochet across until the end. Turn.
Chain 3. Double crochet across. Turn.

Orange: Chain 3, single crochet across. Turn.
Chain 3, single crochet across. Turn.

Yellow: Chain 3, double crochet across. Turn.

Green: Chain 3, half double crochet across. Turn.

Blue: Chain 3, double crochet across. Turn.
Chain 3, double crochet across. Tie off.

Weave in all the ends! :(


You will be making 7 circular pieces that will be sewn together for the clouds. I recommend to attach the pieces using white yarn and secure it tighter by sewing with white thread.


Clouds:
You can use a smaller hook to get the circles more tight and flat.

White yarn:
Chain 3, Double crochet 6 times into 2nd chain from hook.
Chain 3. Double crochet twice (increase) in each stitch around. Join and tie off.


Rainbow Scarf with Clouds pattern

7 comments so far

  1. I love this. Pride ftw! :D

    -adds to ravelry queue-

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  2. It is lovely!!!! I can´t wait to do it!!!! Thank you very much for sharing! <3

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  3. gah! gotta learn how to crochet :(

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  4. Oh wow, I'd so wear this, even if I am 20 in a few months! ;)
    Your work's beautiful <3

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  5. LOVE THIS!!! thanks so much, I'm making it for my neice!

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  6. My grand children will love this

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  7. I LOVE this! Adding to my ravelry favs & going to make next week. Thanks ever so much for sharing this awesomeness!

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