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Sea Shells. Crochet Scarf Free Pattern for Kids & Women


And as I promised, here is a pattern for Sea Shells scarf, I’ve
created for 60 scarves in 60 days challenge.

So fresh and breezy! This scarf can be made from any worsted
plain or textured yarn. Such and fun project, which takes just a
couple of hours. A Perfect gift idea too!

The pattern is available for download for FREE.

Download: seashells_scarf.pdf
Updated: December 2, 2008
Size: 894.0 KiB


* The pattern involves crochet skills ONLY.

4 pages; 3 pics; a diagram.


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.

44 Responses to Sea Shells. Crochet Scarf Free Pattern for Kids & Women

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    Inma says:

    Thanks for this pattern. I have been waiting to work on it. Now I have to go to the store and buy some nice yarn for this one and the pineaple one. I think they will make someone very happy for Christmas….

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    ayie says:

    I’ll try this one, I’ll give it a shot. I’m a very crafty person that’s why your website really got my interest since i love DIY stuffs. I did many crafts during my early years but I never really learned how to crochet… sigh.

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    Dorothy says:

    I like your pattern and I am going to enjoy crocheting the pattern


      Hello Dorothy, my name is Rosamaria I enjoy crocheting I am stil learning, could you please let me know if you know where can I buy instruction how to learn stiches in a dvd. just basic stiches. I will appreciate it. Thank you.

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    Jessica says:

    Beautiful job!! Do you think that this would work with sock yarn? Thanks!

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    Alla says:

    Why not ?! ;) With sock yarn the scarf supposed to be thinner, but delicate. I would try.

    Thank you,

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    Alla says:

    Thank you so much Ladies for your kind of words! I’m so glad you like this one. Enjoy!

    Happy crocheting!

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    Toryssa says:

    I started the scarf and my first circle is so tight that it’s wavy. This made me stop and question. Also, if I begin with chain 18, then join with slip stitch one ch. from the hook, that leaves a long chained tail… where does that go?

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    Alla says:

    Toryssa, Thank you so much for letting me know. It was a typo and should join with sl st in 1st ch, which is 18th from from hook. I’ve just updated pattern. Thank you again, Alla

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    Patti says:

    That is such a pretty scarf!!! I think I’ll be making myself one too. I’ve been looking for different ones to make and this one I’ve never seen. Nice colors and work!!!!
    Sheryl* c’ville

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    Tabitha says:

    I love this scarf, it is beautiful.

    I was wondering if it is warm enough for a really cold winter day or more of a looksy scarf. Either way I love it I just was wondering so I know what season to make it for. Thanks!

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    Mary says:

    I made this scarf for my daughter as a gift for Christmas, it turned out wonderful. She always wears long scarves, and this one she doubled it up, it became a warm gathering of ruffles at her neck. Thanks for a great pattern.

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    JoycePink says:

    This is a pretty scarf. I really like all your patterns. You are very talented and have a great gift from GOD. I was blessed by your story of making 60 scarfs & donating them. I pray that GOD will Bless you; your talent; and your kind Spirit.

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    Yulia says:

    Thanks for the pattern. I made already the scarf and I like it very much… very cute one…

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    ALANA BROWN says:


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    Glo says:

    Your patterns are beautiful! Thank you so much for sharing them. You have a great talent that is much appreciated!

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    Amanda says:

    Thank-you so much for sharing this pattern! It is very kind and generous of you. I have just completed this scarf, It is my first crochet project, apart from a few granny squares. I was a little apprehensive about trying to follow a pattern, but I found your pattern easy to understand and fun to do. Many thanks!

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    Tasha says:

    I am just curious… your pattern says to continue the motif 24 times… how do you get the rounded medallion on the other side of the scarf is this is the case? (so that each end looks identical). Love this scarf!

    • Denise says:

      Hi Tasha,
      Did you ever get an answer to your question? I am in the middle of making this scarf and I have the exact same question. I didn’t see a reply in this forum so I thought I would ask you. How did yours turn out? So far, mine is really pretty!

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    magali says:

    C’est ravissant Merci pour ce tuto

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    Joan Franklin says:

    This is beautiful, it looks so dainty.

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    Ellora Kirsten D. Basilla says:

    i totally love this its so BREATH TAKING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

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    hopefully this comment doesn’t appear multiple times (it seems to freeze once i try to post my comment.. not certain if it’s actually posting), but all I really wanted to say was great post and thanks for sharing.

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    sarinava says:

    Beautifull pattern !!!! I’ve got some yarn I picked up recently this will be perfect for.

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    Monica says:

    A friend showed me this pattern and i ended up making the circles and loops tighter and it became a ruffling, twisting pretty scarf.. My sister loved it when she got it for her birthday :D

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    Carolyn L Millard says:

    This pattern is absolutely fantastic. I just finished it today. It took me less than 2 days to make, off and on. I used Caron Simply soft in Pistaschio and Elann light mohair in cream held together. It made a soft, delicate tweedy look. Your written directions and blueprint diagram were clear and concise. As you said, looks complicated but uses basic stitches. Thank you for your generosity in allowing us to use your designs.

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    Bess says:

    Love this scarf…but I’m beating my head up against a wall trying to find the same yarn. I really like the colours you used! I’ve looked up and down Lana Grossa Stella’s site to no gain. Could you give me the name of the colour used? Thanks a million!

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    Nina says:

    I am very grateful for this scarf! Thank you very much!

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    Renae says:

    I absolutely LOVE this pattern, and it’s beautiful in every yarn I’ve tried so far, but do you know of any way to modify the pattern to make the inner circles smaller?

    • Alla says:

      Thank you so much Renae!! The best way to modify the pattern to make circles smaller is create another stitch pattern with smaller circles ;) Let me see if I have a bit free time to design it for you. For this one – you can crochet circles or smaller flowers and attach them into inner circles.

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    Mai-Vi says:

    I tried this scarf pattern last christmas as a gift for a friend. It turned out amazing! Now, I feel like making another one for myself.

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    […] Pattern and photo credit to  mylittlecitygirl.com […]

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    Marie says:

    I have made several of the sea shells and you can do so much with colors, they turn out nice

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    Myra says:

    I cannot figure out how to get at the pattern. I love the pics but could never figure this one out without a pattern. Hope to hear from you!

    • Denise says:


      I was able to download the pattern. When you are looking at the picture, look just to the right and you will see:

      Download: seashells_scarf.pdf
      Updated: December 2, 2008
      Size: 894.0 KiB

      Click on the seashells_scarf.pdf. This will download the file to your computer and you can read it online or using Adobe. I’m not the pattern creator so I hope this helps you.

    • Rue says:

      I had a hard time finding that tiny download button too but finally got it

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    Carol small says:

    This pattern is really pretty! It took me a while to understand how then I finally got it lol

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