Bountiful Pull Through Scarf

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Learn how to make this gorgeous, one hour/one skein, super chunky pull through scarf (or keyhole scarf) with this free crochet pattern.

Pinterest graphic for Bountiful Pull Through Scarf FREE Crochet Pattern with a photo of the said colorful scarf on a mannequin

I designed this Bountiful Pull through scarf in the fall of this year and was so happy to share it with the subscribers of Happily Hooked Magazine. Well, now I’m sharing it with you! I hope you love it as much as I do!

Bountiful Pull Through Scarf

This scarf is so quick to work up, all you need is one skein of Lion Brand Manadala Thick and Quick and one hour of your favorite Netflix show and you’ll have a gorgeous keyhole scarf finished in no time.

I just love the simplicity of pull through scarves and have found that they’re my best sellers at craft fairs. They’re just so easy to wear and, even though they’re made of bulky yarn, they let you determine just how tight or lose you want to wear it and give no bulk under a jacket.

Go ahead, grab your favorite self-striping chunky yarn and be sure to share your photos with me when you’ve got your finished!

This free pattern is shared, below. However, I know many of you like to print your patterns or save them, digitally, for later use. So, I’ve created a beautifully formatted, large print, ad-free PDF of this pattern for you to use at your convenience. You can purchase for just $3 through either of the button links, below.

Photo of me (Pam Grice) wearing the colorful Bountiful Pull Through Scarf

Skill Level

Intermediate

Materials

Gauge

7 sc and 8 rows = 4”/10 cm

Adjust hook size if necessary, to obtain gauge.

Sizes/Finished Measurements

Sizes: One Size Fits All

Finished Measurement: 35″ (89 cm) x 5″ (13 cm)

Stitch Abbreviations

  • ch – Chain
  • fsc – Foundation Single Crochet
  • sc – Single Crochet
  • slst – Slip Stitch
  • st(s) – Stitch(es)
  • yo – Yarn over

Special Stitches

Foundation single crochet (fsc): This stitch is usually used to begin a project. In our case, we will be working the fsc mid-row in the border round of our project. To make a fsc mid-row:

  1. Insert hook into the base of your last st, yo and pull up a loop,
  2. yo and pull through the first loop on your hook (ch created),
  3. yo and pull through both loops (sc created).
Photo collage of how to make the special stitches
What the special stitch looks like after working several fsc mid-row
What the round looks like after working several fsc mid-row.

Pattern Notes

  • US Terminology 
  • Pattern is written in two sections: the scarf is worked in rows and the border is worked in a round.
  • Turning Ch-1 counts as a ch-1 space.
  • Yarn substitutions: Bernat Pop! Bulky, Red Heart Team Spirit Chunky
Photo of me rocking the soft and cozy Bountiful Pull Through Scarf looking away from the camera

How to Make the Bountiful Pull Through Scarf

Ch 64

Row 1:  Sc in 2nd ch from hook, [ch 1, skip 1, sc in next] 31 times. (32 scs, 31 ch-1 spaces)

Row 2: Ch 1 (counts as a st), turn, sc in next ch-1 space, [ch 1, skip 1, sc in next ch-1 space] 30 times, ch 1, sc into the last st from the row below.  (32 scs, 32 ch-1 spaces)

Rows 3-9:  Repeat Row 2.

BORDER

Round 1: Ch 1, turn, sc in next ch-1 space, [ch 1, skip 1, sc in next ch-1 space) 25 times. Insert hook into prev sc, pull up a loop, yo, pull through 1 loop on hook (foundation ch made), yo, pull through 2 loops (foundation sc made). Fsc 7. Insert hook through foundation ch of prev fsc, with three loops now on your hook, skip 9 sts, insert hook through next ch-1 space, pull a loop through ch-1 space and through 2 loops on your hook, yo, pull through last 2 loops. Sc in last stitch of Row 9. (28 sc, 26 ch-1 spaces, 8 fsc)

Ch 1, sc in same stitch. Rotate scarf 90 degrees and work along short edge, (sc in next ch-space, ch 1, skip 1) 4 times, sc in last stitch. (5 sc, 5 ch-1 spaces)

Ch 1, rotate scarf 90 degrees to work along second long edge, SC in ch-1 space, insert hook into prev sc, pull up a loop, yo, pull through 1 loop on hook (foundation ch made), yo, pull through 2 loops (foundation sc made). Fsc 7. Insert hook through foundation ch of prev FSC, with three loops now on your hook, skip 9 sts, insert hook through next ch-1 space, pull a loop through ch-1 space and through 2 loops on your hook, yo, pull through last 2 loops. (Ch 1, skip 1, sc in next ch-1 space) 25 times. Sc in last stitch of Row 1. (28 sc, 27 ch-1 spaces, 8 fsc)

Ch 1, SC in same stitch. Rotate 90 degrees to work along short edge, (SC in next ch-space, ch 1, skip a stitch) 4 times, SC in last stitch. Join with a slst to beginning ch-1. (6 SC, 5 ch-1 spaces)

Fasten off. Tuck ends.

My photo wearing my colorful crocheted neck warmer looking straight at the camera

Purchase the Bountiful Pull Thru Scarf PDF

Suggested Pricing: a Guide for Crochet Sellers

Permission is given (even encouraged) to sell your handmade products created from this original Made with a Twist pattern. I only ask that you give credit to Pam Grice from Made with a Twist as the designer, when possible, and link back to www.madewithatwist.com and/or @madewithatwist (on social media) when selling and sharing images online.

Suggested Retail Price

Table for suggested pricing

*Note

  • Marketing to bargain shoppers is not recommended.
  • Increase value for boutique buyers with luxury yarns, packaging, and/or embellishments for boutique shoppers.

More Scarves You’ll Love to Sell or Gift

I love seeing your finished projects!  If you enjoyed making the Bountiful Pull Thru Scarf, I’d love to see yours on Instagram. To be sure I don’t miss it, please tag me, @madewithatwist, when you post your photos!

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©2019 Montgomery Grice Enterprises, Inc | Made with a Twist | Pamela Grice This pattern and its associated images are copyright protected. The pattern is for your personal use only. Please do not copy/paste, distribute, or alter and claim as your own.

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