Owl Crochet Scarf Free Corner to Corner (c2c) pattern

Aug 5, 2020 | Crochet patterns

This owl crochet scarf is a free corner to corner (c2c) crochet pattern and it is a super cute scarf perfect for the owl lover!

Owl C2C Scarf free crochet pattern

Beginner friendly with minimal color changes – a great intro to corner to corner (c2c) crochet!

I was asked by Happily Hooked Magazine to provide a video master course on the C2C technique complete with accompanying patterns so those learning could put their newfound knowledge to work. I designed the Owl C2C Scarf as part of that series. This scarf is beginner friendly and a great way to learn how to change colors in c2c!

The following tutorials will help you complete this project if you are not familiar with the crochet C2C technique.

Basic C2C tutorial
How to Change Colors in C2C
How to Carry Colors in C2C
How to Add a Border in C2C
How to Read Graphs in C2C

I used the Double Crochet C2C technique and I ended up with a finished scarf size of 7″ wide x 55″ long. This size is perfect for teens and adults. If you made this scarf in the mini (hdc) c2c crochet technique it would be smaller and great size for kids! I used Caron Simply Soft yarn* from Yarnspirations for this project as I just love how soft it is without any scratchiness – perfect for wearing close to the neck. I also love the gentle soft sheen in this yarn.

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Owl C2C Scarf free crochet pattern

And, if you love owls as much as I do be sure to check back – the matching owl C2C Sack Hat pattern is coming soon as a free pattern!

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You may also like the following free crochet patterns at Nana’s Crafty Home:

  1. Unicorn C2C Scarf
  2. Fairytale Pocket Scarf
  3. Owl Hexagon Blanket
Owl C2C Scarf free crochet pattern

Owl Crochet Scarf free corner to corner (c2c) Pattern

Pattern written in US crochet terminology

Supplies:

Caron Simply Soft Brites Blue Mint 1.5 oz / 85 yds (T)
Caron Simply Soft Royal Blue .4 oz / 30 yds (B) 
Caron Simply Soft White  6.5 oz / 345 yds (W)
Caron Simply Soft Gold .1 oz / 8 yds (G)
Caron Simply Soft Black .05 oz / 4 yds (BL)

Size H/8 (5.0 mm) crochet hook

Tapestry needle
Scissors

Approximate finished size: 7” wide x 55” long

Gauge:  6 blocks = 4”

Abbreviations:

T = Teal
B = Blue
W = White
G = Gold
BL = Black
WS = wrong side
RS = right side

Notes about pattern:  Pattern is worked in Double Crochet Corner to Corner (C2C) Crochet technique.  Written row by row instructions follow with color pixel graph on last page of pdf.

Recommended tutorials:

Basic C2C tutorial
How to Change Colors in C2C
How to Carry Colors in C2C
How to Add a Border in C2C
How to Read Graphs in C2C

B: Blue  / G: Gold  / T: Teal  / W: White  / BL: Black  

→ Row 1 (WS): 1T  
← Row 2 (RS): 2T  
→ Row 3: 3T  
← Row 4: 4T  
→ Row 5: 2T, 2B, 1T  
← Row 6: 1T, 1B, 1W, 1B, 2T  
→ Row 7: 1T, 2G, 2W, 1B, 1T  
← Row 8: 2T, 1W, (BL) x 1, 1W, 1G, 2T  
→ Row 9: 2T, 1G, 1B, 2W, 1B, 2T  
← Row 10: 3T, 1B, 1W, 1B, 1W, 1B, 2T  
→ Row 11: 2T, 1B, 2W, 2B, 4T  

Corner (begin decreasing)

← Row 12: 6T, 1W, (BL) x 1, 1W, 2T  
→ Row 13: 1T, 1B, 2W, 1B, 2T, 4W  
← Row 14: 5W, 2T, 1B, 1W, 1B, 1T  
→ Row 15: 1T, 2B, 2T, 6W  
← Row 16: 7W, 4T  
→ Row 17: 3T, 8W  
← Row 18: 8W, 3T  
→ Row 19: 2T, 9W  
← Row 20: 9W, 2T  
→ Row 21: 1T, 10W  
← Row 22: 10W, 1T  
→ Row 23: 11W  
← Row 24: 11W  
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← Row 64: 11W  
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← Row 66: 11W  
→ Row 67: 10W, 1T  
← Row 68: 1T, 10W  
→ Row 69: 9W, 2T  
← Row 70: 2T, 9W  
→ Row 71: 8W, 3T  
← Row 72: 3T, 8W  
→ Row 73: 7W, 4T  
← Row 74: 1T, 2B, 2T, 6W  
→ Row 75: 5W, 2T, 1B, 1W, 1B, 1T  
← Row 76: 1T, 1B, 2W, 1B, 2T, 4W  
→ Row 77: 6T, 1W, (BL) x 1, 1W, 2T  
← Row 78: 2T, 1B, 2W, 2B, 4T  

Corner (begin decreasing) 

→ Row 79: 3T, 1B, 1W, 1B, 1W, 1B, 2T  
← Row 80: 2T, 1G, 1B, 2W, 1B, 2T  
→ Row 81: 2T, 1W, (BL) x 1, 1W, 1G, 2T  
← Row 82: 1T, 2G, 2W, 1B, 1T  
→ Row 83: 1T, 1B, 1W, 1B, 2T  
← Row 84: 2T, 2B, 1T  
→ Row 85: 4T  
← Row 86: 3T  
→ Row 87: 2T  
← Row 88: 1T  

Fasten off, weave in ends.

Cut 4 strands of each color of yarn approximately 7” – 8” long for a total of 20 strands of yarn per fringe, attach to scarf as fringe at top of each owl on both sides of scarf.

Owl C2C Scarf free crochet pattern
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Owl C2C Scarf free crochet pattern

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