Luna Chevron Scarf Crochet Pattern

The Luna Chevron Scarf Crochet pattern is quick to work up since it uses a simple stitch repeat! If this is what you are looking for in a crochet pattern, then get free scarf pattern below!

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I can’t wait for you to try this pattern!

The Yarn

For this scarf, I decided to use Lion Brand Shawl in a Cake (which is seriously so gorgeous) in the colorway Wind Chimes. The fiber is made up of Metallic: 61% Cotton, 34% Acrylic and 5% Other. The glitter and delicate nature of the yarn creates a beautiful scarf.

Update 2021: this yarn is no longer available in cake form but still can be purchased in a skein as shown below.

Click the yarn image below to check it out!

Hold Two Strands Together at The Same Time!

To make this scarf a little easier to work up, I held two strands together at the same time. When you do, this is makes it a little bulkier (+warmer!), which in turn makes it work up just a bit faster.

There are many reasons why the Luna scarf should be your next crochet pattern besides the fact that it is fun. You will love the easy stitch repeat and that it works ups so fast. If you enjoy these types of projects, then this one is a quick weekend project you’ll want to try.

Shawl in a Cake From Lion Brand!

When the Shawl in a Cake is crocheted (or knitted) with it has a beautiful drape to it, sparkle (it does!) and lays so nicely. If you have every used Shawl in a Ball, this is the same but in a convenient cake form! Like I mentioned earlier, if you can’t find this yarn in cake form, Shawl in a Ball from Lion brand would work great, or any four weight medium yarn.

Luna Chevron Scarf Crochet Pattern

Skill Level: Intermediate 

Description: The Luna chevron scarf is designed using a simple stitch repeat and makes a warm and stylish scarf.

Materials

Stitch Abbreviations

  • hdc dec = half double crochet decrease
    • Yarn over (yo) the crochet hook, insert the crochet hook into the designated stitch.
    • Yo the crochet hook and pull the yarn back through the stitch on your crochet hook. You should now have three stitches on your hook.
    • Insert the crochet hook into the next stitch on your row & yo the crochet hook again.
    • Pull the yarn through the stitch on your crochet hook. You should now have four stitches on your hook.
    • Yo the crochet hook and pull the yarn through all four stitches on your crochet hook.
  • sc dec = single crochet decrease
    • Insert hook into designated stitch
    • YO (yarn over), pull back through the stitch
    • Insert hook into next stitch, YO and pull back through three loops
  • x = times

Gauge

  • Approx: 7 st’s = 2 inches & hdc & sc row = 1 inch  in height

Sizing

  • Approximately 8 inches wide X 66 inches long

Stitch Chart

Notes

  • Written in Standard US Terms
  • The pattern is worked in a multiple of 7 +6
  • The entire pattern is worked, holding two strands of yarn together at the same time.

The Scarf Pattern

See stitch chart above for extra help.

Foundation Row: Ch 27

Row 1: Starting with the second & third ch from hook hdc dec, hdc 3x in the next ch, * hdc, hdc, skip 2 ch(s), hdc, hdc, hdc 3x in the next ch, repeat from * across ending with a hdc dec the last two ch(s), turn. (26)

Row 2: Ch 1, sc dec, *sc 3x in the next st, sc, sc, skip 2 st(s), sc, sc, repeat from * across, ending with a sc dec in the last 2 st’s, turn. (26)

Row 3: Working with the first two st(s), hdc dec, *hdc 3x in the next ch, hdc, hdc, skip 2 ch(s), hdc, hdc,  repeat from * ending with a hdc dec in the last two st’s, turn. (26)

Row 4 to Row 131: Repeat  Row 2 & 3 for the rest of the pattern. (26)

Finishing: Fasten off. Weave in loose ends throughout the scarf with a yarn needle.

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You Are Done!

That’s it! You finished your very own Luna Scarf! If you’d like to follow along with me on Social media because it’s fun to hang out even if it’s over the internet then follow along with me on Instagram or Pinterest

I’d also love for you to join the private Easy Crochet Club FB Group hosted by me! It is super fun and full of encouraging fiber artists! 

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6 Comments

  1. Could you do a tutorial on this pattern? The term “Dec” means decrease I think. I’m just confused by the pattern. I love the scarf and would really like some help. Thank you

    1. Hi Karen,

      I added explanations of the half double crochet dec and single crochet dec in the stitch abbreviation section of the pattern, which hopefully will help. If you have any other questions, please let me know.

      -Krista

  2. Hi,

    So glad to have come across your site! This yarn/scarf is definitely something I have to try. How do you hold two strands together at the same time? You use two cakes at the same time, is that how it is done?

    Thanks for your reply, and also for the beautiful patterns.

    1. Welcome to RPD!

      You are correct. You use two cakes at the same time. 🙂

      Happy Crocheting!

  3. In row 2 I don’t come up with the right number of stitches. Depending on repeats I come up with 23 or 30.not 26. What am I doing wrong? Any ideas?

    1. Hi Becky,

      I am not quite sure without seeing a picture. If you could send one over I’d be glad to help. I also wanted to mention that there is a stitch chart provided in the pattern that may help you.

      Krista

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