The crochet double-sided scarf pattern is finally here! After the numerous crochet reversible projects, I knew a scarf is a must for the collection. Looking for a versatile and stylish accessory that can take any outfit to the next level? Look no further than this double-sided rectangular scarf!
The double-sided rectangular crochet scarf is made using DK weight yarn in two colors, this scarf is perfect for layering during colder months, or adding a pop of color to your spring and summer wardrobe. With two distinct sides to choose from, you can mix and match patterns and colors to create endless style combinations.
Whether you’re dressing up or dressing down, our double-sided rectangular scarf is the perfect accessory to tie any outfit together.
After the first few rows of this scarf, it becomes a reflex and you can continue until your desired length!
More fun crochet scarves to check out on the blog – Shanae one skein rectangular scarf, Florence rectangular scarf, Brava convertible scarf, Chunky rectangular scarf, Keyhole crochet scarf, Elima scarf, and the infinity crochet scarf
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Ready to horn your crochet skills? Then give the reversible granny stitch a trial. No worries, I have a video included to help with this project.
The other side of this scarf is shown below! If you love granny stitch, this scarf would be a walk in the pack for you.
This reversible scarf is only available as a paid version. You can get the PDF on ETSY and Ravelry.
The rectangular double sided scarf pattern also has a video tutorial!
Supplies needed for the reversible crochet scarf pattern
Yarn – any DK-weight yarn is recommended for this project. Make sure to use a similar weight of yarn when making yours.
Sirdar Cotton DK, #3 (100% cotton, 100g skein)
Estimated Total Yardage
400 (540, 600) yards in color A
300 (440, 500) yards in color B
Hook and other Materials
- 5 mm Crochet Hook or any other suitable hook size.
- Stitch Markers – 2 pieces (in different colors)
13 sts over 16 rows = 4”, using the pattern stitch
Note – The gauge is not crucial to this test.
Difficulty Level – Intermediate
Terms – US Terminology
Double-sided crochet scarf pattern notes
- Please kindly read through the pattern before starting.
- Chains at the beginning of the rows do count as a stitch.
- Stitch count is written after each row.
- The pattern is worked in rows with turning done after every 2 rows.
- This pattern uses each Color per row, a little different from the “conventional” crochet but easy to master.
- Make sure to use similar weights of yarn for yours.
Chain(s) – ch(s)
Double crochet – dc
V stitch = (dc, ch 1, dc) in same st
Shell = 3 dc in indicated stitch
Petal = 3 dc, ch 2, 3dc in same ch sp.
Finished measurement for this reversible scarf
|Child||15” X 36”|
|Teens||20” X 40”|
|Adult||26” X 56”|
I would love to see your interpretation of this reversible scarf!