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Pineapple. Crochet Scarf Free Pattern for Kids & Adults

60_scarves_logoJust finished another two scarves for 60
scarves in 60 days
challenge and wrote
a pattern for Crocheted Pineapple scarf,
which is available for download for free.

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Who doesn’t love pineapples?! ;) Such a fast and cool project,
which takes just about 1-2 hours  and so easy to make even
for beginners. Can be made in any worsted plain or textured
yarn. Get a fun to create your own! Perfect gift idea too!

The eBook is available for download for FREE. To download the pattern, please click at pineapple_scarf.pdf  (NOT the Adobe PDF Icon. )

Download: pineapple_scarf.pdf
Updated: November 21, 2008
Size: 750.5 KiB

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* The pattern involves crochet skills ONLY.

5 pages; 3 pics; a diagram.

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Please read and follow my copyright info. THANK YOU! Also, this
pattern has not been tested, so if you find any mistakes or typos,
please let me know so that I can fix it.

And sure I can’t resist to make something for girls in one of my fav
flower theme (click pics to enlarge).

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A Wonderful weekend to everyone!!

 

 

 

83 Responses to Pineapple. Crochet Scarf Free Pattern for Kids & Adults

  1. 1
    Rachel says:

    This is so fun, I love it! I’ll be linking.

  2. 2
    Alla says:

    Oh, Thank you so much Rachel!!

  3. 3
    Sarah says:

    Awesome work Alla! Keep it up ;) 4 scarves… that’s really good. I think it is great what you are doing!

  4. 4
    Alla says:

    Thank you Sweetie!! I’ve got lost of fun to work on these scarves and just wish to have a bit free time to make some more. Let me see ;)

    HUGS,
    Alla

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    Valentina says:

    Hi! Looks beautiful. I made the same model twice and nearly the same color…
    I want to ask you about the pattern for your white halter top (hibiscus), I really want to make one for my daughter. Can you please send me the copy?

    Thanks from Peru,
    Valentina

  6. 6
    Alla says:

    Thank you Valentina! I did not have a pattern for Hibiscus halter yet, but plan to work on it in near future ;) Thank you for your interest, Alla

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    Mama Deb says:

    I am making most of my Christmas gifts this year. Thank You for such a lovely pattern, I don’t have the extra time to create patterns and don’t know IF I could! I appreciate you posting such beautiful work for free. Can’t wait to get started!

  8. 8
    Alla says:

    Oh, You are Welcome! Thank you so much for stopping by and your Sweet comment, Alla

  9. 9
    Vicki says:

    I am soooo new and I love this pattern. Thank you for saving my Christmas! I have little money but a lot of patience. And, fortunately for me, I have your pattern! Merry Christmas!

  10. 10
    Dana says:

    I adore this pattern, great yarn choice! However the pin is catching my eye, I noticed it is crochet, by chance do you have a pattern for it? I’ve looked all over the web and can’t find non-doiley pineapples. Thanks! Dana Happy Holidays!!

  11. 11
    Alla says:

    Thank you so much Dana!! I have no pattern for pineapple pin, but will try to write it if get a bit more free time ;)

    Thank you again,
    Alla

    • Cindy says:

      Hi! Is there a pattern for the pineapple pin yet? It’s just perfect for making that beautiful pineapple scarf gorgeous! Thanks for sharing!

  12. 12
    Marsha says:

    Do you have a pattern for the flower scarves that you posted pictures of?

  13. 13
    Alla says:

    For flower scarf I’ve simply used Floral Trellis stitch. Diagram is available here:
    http://mylittlecitygirl.com/free_patterns/floral_trellis_stitch1.jpg

  14. 14
    Marika Simon says:

    The pineapple scarf is lovely, but I was wondering with the floral trellis whether you worked the scarf lengthwise or widthwise? I.e. – 4 long rows or many 2-flower-repeat rows?

  15. 15
    Alla says:

    Makira, a flower scarf worked lengthwise (exactly 4 long rows). Thank you, Alla

  16. 16
    Marika Simon says:

    Thanks! IT looks just right for a project I was thinking of doing!

  17. 17
    Josephine Robinson says:

    I like the pink flower theme scarf below your pineapple scarf. I have looked all over your website and don’t see any instructions how it’s done. Can you post it of sen me an e-mail how its done.

    Thank you,

    Josephine

  18. 18
    Cat says:

    Love the pattern, row 6 should read 8 more times instead of 6 more times. Just thought I’d let you know. Cheers Cat.

  19. 19
    Cat says:

    Woop’s I meant row 6 should read 8 more times instead of 7 more times. Sorry about that.

  20. 20
    Alla says:

    Oh, Thank you so much Cathy!! You are perfectly right! I’ve just updated pattern.

  21. 21
    Jessy says:

    OMG!!!! A pineapple scarf!!! That looks beautiful! I will be trying to make that and I’ll use it when I go to NY! This is perfect for me. Thank you for the pattern!

  22. 22
    barbara says:

    I love pineapples, thank you so much.

  23. 23
    Hana says:

    Wow, what a beautiful scarf. For Christmas, my mother asked me for 3 crocheted scarves. I did 1) ribbed one, 2) Learned the double shell stitch, and 3) Learned cabled crochet. But if she’d seen this one, she would have requested. I’d love to make this for her another time. Thanks for sharing your beautiful pattern. :o)

  24. 24
    noga says:

    I love pineapples

  25. 25
    Doris says:

    Preciosa la bufanda El diseño de piña es hermoso.Muchas gracias Que Dios la bendiga por su talento y por sus manos maravillosas. Besitos.

  26. 26
    Jill says:

    My daughter and myself just loved your “floral trellis” scarf. I looked at your diagram but do not know exactly how to convert that to actual crochet directions. Is there any other help you could give me? I looked every where online for the directions to this stitch. Thank you in advance for your time.

  27. 27
    sara says:

    Hola estoy encantada con tu pagina, pero, mi problema es que entiendo muy poco el ingles podrían ser en español necesito un vestido de otoño para mi nieta recién nacida y unos cuellos tejidos a CROCHET, de ante mano una eterna agradecida un gran abrazo desde Chile

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    Nan Hultberg says:

    I have searched for the written instructions for the floral trellis pattern. I found the digrahm on the site you listed, but can’t figure it out!

    Can you send me the instructions. I would deeply appreciate it.
    thanks

  29. 29
    Susan says:

    Thank you again for the a beautiful Pattern and idea!

  30. 30
    Magul says:

    OMG, it is so beautiful!

  31. 31
    CAROLINA says:

    Wonderful. I was looking for a pattern like this and I found you. Exactly what a wanted. Thanks a lot

  32. 32
    Alla says:

    Thank you so much everyone!! I’m so glad you love pineapples as I do :)

  33. 33
    Ellora Kirsten D. Basilla says:

    HI JUST LOVE THE SCARF!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ♥☻☺

  34. 34
    Paula says:

    Wow your patterns are gorgeous… I am teaching myself to crochet and have only tried square items up to this point. I am practically swooning over some of your patterns. Awesome!

    You have the pattern marked as beginner so I thought I would challenge myself with the pineapple scarf. I am wondering there is only one yarn on the instructions but the scarf looks furry in spots. Did you used two different strands to get that look in places?

  35. 35
    serin says:

    i like the pink floral pattern,just beneath the pinapple scarf,will you sent me the instructions to follow.thank you

  36. 36
    Nancy Petrie says:

    I’d like to make the Pineapple Scarf. Since you design items for children, does this pattern need altering for an adult?

  37. 37
    Alla says:

    Nancy, this scarf pattern given in an adult size: 5” wide (in the widest part) by 52” long.

  38. 38
    Alla says:

    Serin, thank you for your interest. I do not have a pattern for flower scarf, but diagram:
    http://mylittlecitygirl.com/free_patterns/floral_trellis_stitch1.jpg

    • Heidi from Iowa says:

      Janice this pattern is called a floral trellis pattern there is a you tube tutorial that I found that will help you figure out the diagram. Just type floral trellis crochet pattern in a google search and they will pop up.

      For the lovers of the pink floral scarf

  39. 39
    serin says:

    thank you alla for the diagram for floral trellis ,will you send me the instructions to follow the diagram,so i can try,diagram bit confusing for me to understand,but i do appreciate ur response,still looking forward to hear from you.thank you once again.
    serin.

  40. 40
    serin says:

    will you plkease send me instructions like round 1 crochetting and round 2 and so on for floral trellis,i saw the diagram,but still not familiar to start,please help me.thanks.

  41. 41
    Ulla says:

    Hi, I like your pineapple pattern. But where is the pdf?
    I only get pictures….

  42. 42
    Alla says:

    Ulla, It’s fixed now. Thanks for your interest & patience with me! :0)

  43. 43
    Candace says:

    I absolutely love this scarf! Thank you for making it available, and free to boot!!!
    I am on my way out to pick up the yarn for it at a yarn shop and am wondering about the feathers intertwined with the cotton yarn. I’m not sure I have ever seen it and do not see it in the listed in the materials or directions (if I have overlooked it, my apologies). I’m sure the ladies at the shop will have an idea of what I need but I am wondering about the distance you intertwined the feathers and in how many rows. I am super excited to make it. :)
    Thank you again.

  44. 44
    karen walls says:

    I love to test patterns. I hope this is where i sign up. If not please let me know.

    thank you,
    Karen

  45. 45
    Caroline Zonneveld says:

    Your remark: And sure I can’t resist to make something for girls in one of my fav flower theme

    Considering this remark, is it possible to receive a graphic or diagram of this flower theme?

    I’m currently making the pattern Charm from Erika Knight (book 49 Rowan)

    greetings Caroline

  46. 46
    Greta says:

    I love the flower trellis scarf. I have looked at the diagram for the pattern, but I am not good at reading diagrams. Could you possibly send me pattern instructions for this scarf. Thank you. Greta

    • Alla says:

      Hi Greta,

      Thank you for your interest. I have no written instruction for this scarf yet. I’ll keep you updated if this pattern will be available.

      Sincerely,
      Alla

  47. 47
    vicki graham says:

    I love the pineapple scarf and was hoping you have the pattern for the pin which is what makes it pop from great scarf to wow what a great scarf please let me know love your patterns

    • Alla says:

      Hi Vicki,

      Thank you for your interest. I have no pattern for pineapple pin, but it’s already on my schedule. I’ll keep you updated.

      Sincerely,
      Alla

  48. 48
    Dolores Marin says:

    I really love that beatiful scarf… Congratulations!!!! It’s marvelous!!! Your patterns are gorgeous!!!I could not download the instructions. Please can you send it to my address… Thanks a lot

    • Alla says:

      Dolores,

      I’ve just double checked the link and everything is work for me. To download the pattern, please click at pineapple_scarf.pdf (NOT the Adobe PDF Icon). But please let me know if it still not work for you and I’ll email you pattern direct.

      Sincerely,
      Alla

  49. 49
    Terri says:

    Your pineapple scarf is to die for. Thanks

  50. 50
    shabnam siddiqui says:

    Beautifulllllllllllll……
    I really love that beatiful scarf… Congratulations!!!! It’s marvelous!!!

  51. 51
    nicole says:

    Is the pattern for the pineapple pin up somewhere? It’s so cute!!

  52. 52
    Nina says:

    Great-thank you very much!

  53. 53
    Connie Acree says:

    Would you please e-mail the pineapple crochet scarf pattern to me. Internet explorer will not let me download it. Also, the other scarf you have on the same page. The pink one with the little flowers in it. Internet explorer does this to me with a lot of patterns.

    Thank you and have a wonderful day.
    Connie Acree

  54. 54
    kpepples says:

    My favorite color!

  55. 55
    Jen says:

    Beautiful!

  56. 56

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  57. 57
    Cathy Taylor says:

    Would you please email me the pattern of the pink roses as shown below the pineapple pattern?
    http://mylittlecitygirl.com/2008/11/pineapple-scarf-free-pattern/

  58. 58
    Marlene says:

    I loved the pineapple scarf for my Little Pineapple Princess who is not 40… where can I get directions for the croched pineapple shown in the picture of the finished scarf? It is the perfect finish as opposed to a broach pin.
    Thank you again for the pattern.

  59. 59
    diane ordway says:

    Hi Alla, I love this pattern but cannot pull it up, our group donates to all sorts of places, and I think they would love this, if you could send it another way, that would be much appreciated. Diane

  60. 60
    Leandra says:

    I love the pink scarf too. Can you please post that pattern or email to me? Thanks for your website, too!

  61. 61
    Rosemarie says:

    I crocheted this beautiful scarf for my granddaughter and she loves it. Thank you for the pattern.

  62. 62
    val says:

    I like the feathers intertwined with the yarn- is it a special yarn? What did you use?

  63. 63
    Marie says:

    I MADE THE PINEAPPLE SCRAF AND IT TURNED OUT VERY PRETTY, I THINK THE NEXT ONE I MAKE I MAY MAKE IT A LITTLE LONGER

  64. 64
    Ella says:

    Help! I am looking for a pineapple pattern I can combine with filet crochet. I love filet, it’s so flexible, I can construct any pattern I want, but I haven’t got the patience to work out how a pineapple could be made to fit into the square grid.

  65. 65
    Janice in Alaska says:

    I have a question. The next entry under the crochet pinapple scarf are two pictures of a flower themed scarf you said you made for girls. The yarn is pink.

    My question is is their a pattern for this ? And if so, where ?

    Thank you :)

    Janice in Alaska

  66. 66
    Janice in Alaska says:

    Had I known you had answered this question many times, I would not have asked it yet again. So sorry to have bothered you.

    It will never happen again !

  67. 67
    Connie says:

    I belong to group that makes lap quilts, Adult bibs, wheel chair and walker bags, knit and crochet slippers, hats, scarves, baby bibs, hats that are donated for baby children and adults. I look forward to making the beautiful pineapple scarf and donating it. It will be a real pleasure to give it to someone whose day will certainly be brighten up by such a gorgeous item. Thank you for your generosity.

  68. 68
    Heidi from Iowa says:

    Janice this pattern is called a floral trellis pattern there is a you tube tutorial that I found that will help you figure out the diagram. Just type floral trellis crochet pattern in a google search and they will pop up.

    For the lovers of the pink floral scarf

  69. 69
    Nikki says:

    Hello! I just found the pattern for the pineapple scarf and read the comments that you were planning to put up a pattern for the pineapple pin. I would love to have the pattern for it, or at least some direction/information. Thank you!

  70. 70
    Sue says:

    I love this scarf, I just found your site and my son and daughter in law haave moved from a warm climate to a quite cold area. She will love having this. However I can’t get the pattern to download. Please help me.

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