When you think of crochet for men, I bet you think of a hat or crochet scarf. I know I did!

The Champion Crochet Scarf for men is inspired by my husband. He is a handsome man that enjoys wearing coordinating clothing items, especially his hoodie, t-shirt and short designs for his business and brand that match his sneakers. #marriedtoasneakerhead

Once upon a time, he would be “suited and booted” when he would travel the country as a motivational speaker, or when we attend a fancy dinner or event. Most days, he goes for comfortable style, and I think this crochet scarf complements that well.

I chose a classic, old fave stitch, the lemon peel stitch, as it create a subtle texture that will likely be more preferred than a shell stitch for the fellas. By adding crochet color work, the lemon peel stitch gets some more style points.

By choosing colors that compliment the wearer’s style and personality, this crochet scarf is sure to be appreciated and worn often on cool weather days.

### The benefits of making a crochet scarf

- A crochet scarf is ALWAYS a practical gift when the weather cools, especially to donate to those in need.
- It will never be out of style since it can be draped around the neck of a sweater or coat, wrapped once or twice to for warmth, pull the ends through a loop to secure it’s placement, and wrapped several times to be worn like a cowl.
- It can add pops of color to any outfit or outerwear
- Great opportunity to practice new stitches and techniques.
- Great for mindless crochet when made from simple stitches.

### Yarn

Do you love tweed yarn like I do??

I enjoy the pops of color and little nubby feel of a tweed yarn. WeCrochet’s Provincial Tweed was the perfect choice, as it’s 80% Fine Superwash Highland Wool and 20% donegal tweed (which is made of acrylic and viscose) in a 100 gram hank. Each hank offers a put up of 250 yards for $13.99, which is reasonable for a worsted weight #4 yarn animal fiber. With 13 rich colors to choose from, you’re sure to create a palette that puts a smile on the crochet scarf wearer’s face.

Did I mention this yarn is a sheen??

Well, it does have a sheen and it’s SOFT. I thought about untwisting the hanks and somehow linking them together to wear them as a cowl. I’m always cold and get creative to stay warm. ???? Definitely consider adding some Provincial Tweed to your stash.

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### MATERIALS

- KnitPicks / WeCrochet Provincial Tweed, Medium weight #4 yarn (80% SW fine highland wool, 20% Donegal tweed; 250 yds/ 228.6 m; 3.5 oz/100 g skein):
- Color A: Winter Walk (navy) x 1 skein or 100 yds
- Color B: Salsa Verde (green) x 2 skeins or 321 yds
- Color C: Jam (purple) x 1 skein or 32 yds

- US Size J/ (6.00 mm) crochet hook
- Scissors
- Yarn Needle
- Stitch Markers
- Measuring Tape

### GAUGE

15 sts x 15 rows = 4” x 4” [10 cm x 10 cm]

### FINISHED SIZE(S)

7.5” wide x 66” long [19 cm wide x 168 cm]

### PATTERN KEY

A: Color A

B: Color B

C: Color C

Ch: chain

CSDC: chainless starting double crochet

Dc: double crochet

Fdc: foundation double crochet

Fsc: foundation single crochet

Rep: repeat

RS: right side

Sc: single crochet

WS: wrong side

### SPECIAL STITCHES & TECHNIQUES

**CSDC**: pull up a loop that is row height, holding loop in place and wrap yarn around hook (yarn over), insert hook in first st, YO, pull up a loop, [YO, pull through 2 loops] twice

### EXPERIENCE LEVEL

Intermediate

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### NOTES

- Pattern is written in US terms.
- Read entire pattern before beginning.
- Instructions are included for starting with a ch, if not familiar with foundation stitches.
- When creating the color change sections of the scarf, → and ← refer to the direction of reading the chart.
- CSDC can be replaced with ch 3.
- The Chart is included in the ad-free PDF, and at end of pattern for easy printing.

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## INSTRUCTIONS

← **Row 1 [RS]: **With A, *fdc, fsc, rep from * 13 times, fdc, turn. **15 fdc, 14 fsc**

**Note: **Ch 31, dc in 3rd ch from hook, sc in next ch, *dc in next ch, sc in next ch, rep from *13 more times, dc in last ch turn. **15 dc, 14 sc**

→ **Row 2 [WS]: **Ch 1, sc in first st, *dc in next st, sc in next st, rep from * to end, turn. **15 sc, 14 dc**

← **Row 3 [RS]: **CSDC in first st, *sc in next st, dc in next st, rep from * to end, **change to B**, turn. **15 dc, 14 sc**

**NOTE: ** Rows 2-3 will be referred to as *in pattern*. You will continue in pattern for Rows 4-32.

→ **Row 4 [WS]: **Ch 1, (B) x 3, (C) x 3, (A) x 3, (B) x 3, (C) x 5, (B) x 3, (A) x 3, (C) x 3, (B) x 3, turn.

← **Row 5 [RS]:** (A) x 1, (B) x 3, (C) x 3, (A) x 3, (B) x 3, (C) x 3, (B) x 3, (A) x 3, (C) x 3, (B) x 3, (A) x 1, turn.

→ **Row 6 [WS]:** (A) x 2, (B) x 3, (C) x 3, (A) x 3, (B) x 3, (C) x 1, (B) x 3, (A) x 3, (C) x 3, (B) x 3, (A) x 2, turn.

← **Row 7 [RS]:** (A) x 3, (B) x 3, (C) x 3, (A) x 3, (B) x 5, (A) x 3, (C) x 3, (B) x 3, (A) x 3, turn.

→ **Row 8 [WS]:** (A) x 4, (B) x 3, (C) x 3, (A) x 3, (B) x 3, (A) x 3, (C) x 3, (B) x 3, (A) x 4, turn.

← **Row 9 [RS]:** (A) x 5, (B) x 3, (C) x 3, (A) x 3, (B) x 1, (A) x 3, (C) x 3, (B) x 3, (A) x 5, turn.

→ **Row 10 [WS]:** (A) x 6, (B) x 3, (C) x 3, (A) x 5, (C) x 3, (B) x 3, (A) x 6, turn.

← **Row 11 [RS]:** (A) x 7, (B) x 3, (C) x 3, (A) x 3, (C) x 3, (B) x 3, (A) x 7, turn.

→ **Row 12 [WS]:** (A) x 8, (B) x 3, (C) x 3, (A) x 1, (C) x 3, (B) x 3, (A) x 8, turn.

← **Row 13 [RS]:** (A) x 2, (B) x 1, (A) x 6, (B) x 3, (C) x 5, (B) x 3, (A) x 6, (B) x 1, (A) x 2, turn.

→ **Row 14 [WS]:** (A) x 2, (B) x 2, (A) x 6, (B) x 3, (C) x 3, (B) x 3, (A) x 6, (B) x 2, (A) x 2, turn.

← **Row 15 [RS]:** (A) x 2, (B) x 3, (A) x 6, (B) x 3, (C) x 1, (B) x 3, (A) x 6, (B) x 3, (A) x 2, turn.

→ **Row 16 [WS]:** (A) x 2, (B) x 4, (A) x 6, (B) x 5, (A) x 6, (B) x 4, (A) x 2, turn.

← **Row 17 [RS]:** (A) x 2, (B) x 5, (A) x 6, (B) x 3, (A) x 6, (B) x 5, (A) x 2, turn.

→ **Row 18 [WS]:** (A) x 2, (B) x 6, (A) x 6, (B) x 1, (A) x 6, (B) x 6, (A) x 2, turn.

← **Row 19 [RS]:** (A) x 2, (B) x 5, (A) x 6, (B) x 3, (A) x 6, (B) x 5, (A) x 2, turn.

→ **Row 20 [WS]:** (A) x 2, (B) x 4, (A) x 6, (B) x 5, (A) x 6, (B) x 4, (A) x 2, turn.

← **Row 21 [RS]:** (A) x 2, (B) x 3, (A) x 6, (B) x 3, (C) x 1, (B) x 3, (A) x 6, (B) x 3, (A) x 2, turn.

→ **Row 22 [WS]:** (A) x 2, (B) x 2, (A) x 6, (B) x 3, (C) x 3, (B) x 3, (A) x 6, (B) x 2, (A) x 2, turn.

← **Row 23 [RS]:** (A) x 2, (B) x 1, (A) x 6, (B) x 3, (C) x 5, (B) x 3, (A) x 6, (B) x 1, (A) x 2, turn.

→ **Row 24 [WS]:** (A) x 8, (B) x 3, (C) x 3, (A) x 1, (C) x 3, (B) x 3, (A) x 8, turn.

← **Row 25 [RS]:** (A) x 7, (B) x 3, (C) x 3, (A) x 3, (C) x 3, (B) x 3, (A) x 7, turn.

→ **Row 26 [WS]:** (A) x 6, (B) x 3, (C) x 3, (A) x 5, (C) x 3, (B) x 3, (A) x 6, turn.

← **Row 27 [RS]:** (A) x 5, (B) x 3, (C) x 3, (A) x 3, (B) x 1, (A) x 3, (C) x 3, (B) x 3, (A) x 5, turn.

→ **Row 28 [WS]:** (A) x 4, (B) x 3, (C) x 3, (A) x 3, (B) x 3, (A) x 3, (C) x 3, (B) x 3, (A) x 4, turn.

← **Row 29 [RS]:** (A) x 3, (B) x 3, (C) x 3, (A) x 3, (B) x 5, (A) x 3, (C) x 3, (B) x 3, (A) x 3, turn.

→ **Row 30 [WS]:** (A) x 2, (B) x 3, (C) x 3, (A) x 3, (B) x 3, (C) x 1, (B) x 3, (A) x 3, (C) x 3, (B) x 3, (A) x 2, turn.

← **Row 31 [RS]:** (A) x 1, (B) x 3, (C) x 3, (A) x 3, (B) x 3, (C) x 3, (B) x 3, (A) x 3, (C) x 3, (B) x 3, (A) x 1, turn.

→ **Row 32 [WS]:** (B) x 3, (C) x 3, (A) x 3, (B) x 3, (C) x 5, (B) x 3, (A) x 3, (C) x 3, (B) x 3, turn.

**Rows 33-35 [RS]:** (A) continue in pattern, change to B after Row 35, turn.

**Rows 36-37:** Continue in pattern, change to A after Row 37, turn.

**Rows 38-39: **Continue in pattern, change to B after Row 39, turn.

**Row 40: **Continue in pattern, change to A, turn.

**Row 41: **Continue in pattern, change to B, FO A, turn.

**Next Rows: **Continue in pattern until section measure 40” / 101.5 cm, change to A, turn.

**Next Row: **Continue in pattern, change to B, turn.

**Next Row: **Continue in pattern, change to A, turn.

**Next 2 Rows: **Continue in pattern, change to B after 2nd Row, turn.

**Next 2 Rows: **Continue in pattern, change to A after 2nd Row, turn.

**Next Row: **Continue in pattern, turn.

**Last 34 Rows: **Rep Rows 2-35, FO after last row.

**Finishing**

Sew in all ends, trim excess.

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## One Response

Very attractive scarf.