This easy crochet super scarf with arm holes is a free crochet pattern at Nana’s Crafty Home! The Arm Candy Super Scarf Wrap is truly something sweet to wear so you can be cozy and warm all winter long!
My favorite thing about this wrap is the arm holes. No need to worry about this wrap falling off – those arm holes keep this wrap just where you want it! And it is so versatile – you are going to love how many different ways there are to wear this beautiful wrap. Perfect to dress up an outfit or for throw on and go fashion.
So easy to make with the Lemon Peel Stitch which creates a beautiful gentle texture with an easy to remember pattern repeat. Perfect stitch for beginners and movie night! I have a complete photo and video tutorial for the Lemon Peel Stitch which you can find HERE. If you have never used this stitch before, I think you are going to love it! Subscribe to my YouTube Channel so you never miss a video!
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I used Lion Brand Heartland yarn* for this wrap – so soft and luxurious with just the right amount of sheen. After using it for my Many Wonders Wrap design I have been anxious to use it again and this was the perfect project.
The color work stripes are completely optional but I do love how flattering they are and the color options are endless. Truly a piece of striped arm candy! However, I believe this wrap would be delightful in a solid color as well.
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Arm Candy Super Scarf Wrap Free Crochet Pattern
(3) Lion Brand Heartland Acadia 10.1 oz / 507 yds (Color A)
(2) Lion Brand Heartland Badlands 7.5 oz / 378 yds (Color B)
(2) Lion Brand Heartland Cuyahoga Valley 7.5 oz / 378 yds (Color C)
Size J/10 (6.0 mm) crochet hook
Approximate finished size: 93” long x 16” wide
Gauge: 14 rows = 4” / 12 st = 4”
ch = chain
RS = right side
sc = single crochet
dc = double crochet
sk = skip
Notes about pattern:
- To resize panels, ch in multiples of 2 + 1 for beginning ch.
- If making wrap shorter, decrease beginning ch in multiples of 2. For armhole row, work fewer stitches on each end of the wrap.
- For Petite size: To make wrap approximately 3” shorter (1.5” shorter on each side), starting ch would be 273 and you would work 4 fewer stitches before beginning 1st armhole and 4 fewer stitches after 2nd armhole. This would be a stitch count of 63 stitches before and after armholes for a total stitch count of 230 sts + 42 chs for the row.
Row 1: (RS) With Color A, sc in 2nd ch from hook, dc in next ch, *sc in next ch, dc in next ch* repeat between * * to end. Turn (280)
Row 2: ch 1, sc in same st, dc in next st, *sc in next st, dc in next st,* repeat between * * to end. Turn (280)
Row 3: Repeat row 2.
Continue repeating row 2 with the following color changes:
Row 4 – 5: Color B
Row 6 – 7: Color C
Row 8 – 9: Color A
Row 10 – 11: Color B
Row 12 – 13: Color C
Row 14 – 15: Color A
Row 16 – 17: Color B
Row 18 – 19: Color C
Row 20 – 21: Color A
Row 22 – 23: Color B
Row 24 – 25: Color C
Row 26 – 27: Color A
Row 28: (armhole row) With Color B, ch 1, sc in same st, *dc in next st, sc in next st* repeat between * * 32 times for a total of 67 st, ch 21, sk next 21 st, sc in next st, repeat between * * 51 times for a total of 103 st, dc in next st (104 st), ch 21, sk next 21 st, dc in next st, *sc in next st, dc in next st* repeat between * * 33 times to end of row. Turn (238 st + 42 ch) See diagram below:
Row 29: ch 1, sc in same st, dc in next st, *sc in next st, dc in next st,* repeat between * * to end of row working same stitch sequence through chain sections of arm holes. (280)
Continue repeating row 2 with the following colors:
Row 30 – 31: Color C
Row 32 – 33: Color A
Row 34 – 35: Color B
Row 36 – 37: Color C
Row 38 – 39: Color A
Row 40 – 41: Color B
Row 42 – 43: Color C
Row 44 – 45: Color A
Row 46 – 47: Color B
Row 48 – 49: Color C
Row 50 – 52: Color A
Weave in ends.
Wish I had the time to hang out and crochet along with you! I learned to crochet from friends in high school and 40 years later I’ve picked it up again and am enjoying it though I don’t have much time for it.
The great thing about crochet is it waits for you to have the time. ? When I worked full time outside the home I always enjoyed anticipating working on my current project and relaxing with a cup of tea. But I would love it if I could just crochet, crochet, crochet! ?
Sorry, I got a little confused. Is the second row stitch sc on top of sc and dc on top of dc?
No problem Ruth – yes, when the stitch sequence is worked correctly, you are placing the sc into the top of the dc from the previous row and the dc into the top of the sc from the previous row. I do have a complete photo and video tutorial for the stitch I used for this wrap here if that would help you ?: https://nanascraftyhome.com/lemon-peel-crochet-stitch-photo-video-tutorial/