Roserock Ripple Scarf, a Beaded Crochet Scarf Pattern

A beaded crochet scarf in reds, pinks, and oranges being held up by a hand with a wooden fence and brown grass in the background.

A beaded crochet scarf pattern

This beautiful beaded crochet scarf is called “Roserock Ripple Scarf”.  It is a beaded crochet lace scarf pattern in a chevron stitch alternated with rows of a chevron mesh that I developed.  I stitched the beads into every third ch-sp throughout the mesh.  I used Jojoland Melody, a 100% wool.  This yarn has beautiful subtle color changes throughout the skein that make this scarf even more beautiful.  This is a fingering weight yarn.  The pattern is now available on both Ravelry and Etsy.

The stitch pattern isn’t too complex, but if you’re new to crochet, check out the following posts for some helps!

Free printable crochet abbreviation list

Learn to crochet chains

Learn the double crochet stitch

Woman in the woods wearing a beaded crochet scarf and pale pink shirt. Text reads: BananaMoonStudio.com

This pattern stitch was one that I originally envisioned for a different design, that I am just now beginning to make.  One of the owners of my LYS suggested a long time ago that I use that pattern stitch for a beaded scarf.  That was pure genius!  I’m not sure that I would’ve thought of it myself, but look how it turned out — just lovely!  A big thanks to Margaret of Gourmet Yarn Co. in Oklahoma City for such a great idea!

I hope that you all enjoy this pattern, and if anyone makes it, I would love to see pictures!

Happy crocheting!

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