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Crochet Honey Mustard Scarf

Updated February 9, 2023
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 Honey Mustard Scarf, the inspiration behind this scarf came from when I created a sample piece for my Cobble Stitch tutorial. I LOVED the texture, the simplicity and I got an instant vision for how I could incorporate it into a project. The Cobble texture somehow reminded me of honeycomb, hence the name HONEY MUSTARD SCARF.

There is an assisting tutorial further down this post to help you with the cobble stitch.

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Honey Mustard Scarf

The Yarn

The scarf is made using Paintbox Simply Aran in Mustard Yellow and Champagne White and I just LOVE it. Paintbox Yarns has been one of my favourites for a long time. They offer a HUGE range of colours at such good price point. A few years back, I would always reach for Double Knit yarns, but these days…gimme some Aran weight!! Don’t get me wrong, DK will always be my first love, but I love the feel of Aran and it has the added bonus of working up a little quicker. Can I hear an AMEN!

If you haven’t heard of Paintbox Simply Aran before, it’s an 100% acrylic yarn which is lovely and soft, yet equally as durable making it perfect for Children’s clothes, blankets and toys. PLUS, as I mentioned it comes in a huge range of colours (60 to be precise) making it so easy to suit your own colour needs.

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Other projects using this yarn include this adorable Mini Bunting

Honey Mustard Scarf

Materials and tools

Yarn: Paintbox Simply Aran in Mustard Yellow (<100g) & Champaign White (200g)

Hook Size: 5mm Hook (US I)

pattern notes

Final Size: 18cm x 165cm approx

Turning chains do NOT class as a stitch

Colour A – Mustard Yellow
Colour B – Champagne White

Pattern is Written in UK terms


Chain: Yarn over, pull through
Double Crochet: Insert hook, Yarn over and pull through. Yarn over and pull through both loops no the hook.
Half Treble Crochet: Yarn over, insert into chain space, yarn over, pull through, you will have three loops on the hook. Yarn over, pull through all three loops on the hook.

You Can Crochet with Bella Coco

Unsure of the differences between UK and US terms? Need a refresher on how to do your stitches? In my ‘How to crochet: A handy reference guide’ EBook I help you with all of these terms and you can always have them to hand! You will also get exclusive access to free video instructions. You can find my EBook HERE.

How to Crochet: a handy reference guide

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assisting tutorial

Need a hand? Follow my video tutorial for the Cobble Stitch

You can also find the LEFT handed Version HERE

Honey Mustard Scarf

honey mustard scarf Pattern

Using colour A Foundation: ch24
Row 1: dc into 2nd ch from the hook and into every ch until the end, ch1 and turn. (You will have 23 stitches in each row)

Row 2: dc in base of ch1, *dtr, dc* repeat until you come to the end of the row. Ch1 and turn
Row 3: dc in base of ch1, dc into top of each stitch along the row

Row 4-11: alternate rows 2 & 3

Change to colour B

Row 12-14: Connect new colour and ch2, htr in base of ch 2 and every stitch along the row. Change to colour A in last stitch The following rows will be a repeat of Row 12, please see indicated colour for the rows and change to the new colour in last indicated stitch.

Row 15-16: Colour A
Row 17-18: Colour B
Row 19: Colour A
Row 20-63: Colour B
Row 64-92: Colour A
Row 93-136: Colour B
Row 137: Colour A
Row 138-139: Colour B
Row 140-141: Colour A
Row 142-143: Colour B Change to Colour A

Honey Mustard Scarf

Row 144: ch1, dc in base of ch1, dc into top of each stitch along the row

Row 145: dc in base of ch1, *dtr, dc* repeat until you come to the end of the row. Ch1 and turn
Row 146: dc in base of ch1, dc into top of each stitch along the row

Row 147-155: alternate row 145 & 146 Tie off and sew in your ends.

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