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Tickled Pink. Crochet Scarf Free Pattern for Kids & Women

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October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. You can show your support for
those who have been affected by breast cancer with making scarf in honor
with this pattern, I’m offering for download for FREE.

Download: tickled_pink_scarf_v1.pdf
Updated: October 12, 2009
Size: 1.3 MiB

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and help fund mammograms for women in need! It’s
FREE to click: their sponsoring advertisers pay for the
mammograms.

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* The pattern involves crochet skills ONLY.

5 pages; 4 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 I can fix it.

33 Responses to Tickled Pink. Crochet Scarf Free Pattern for Kids & Women

  1. 1
    Sarah says:

    Beautiful Alla! My sister is battling breast cancer. I will definitely make one of these in her honor. Thank you for sharing the pattern.

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    Leslie says:

    What a beautiful scarf for such a worthy cause! Thank you so much for sharing it with us as well as the link to click to help others get free mammograms.

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    Sandra says:

    Thank you Alla.

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    jen says:

    Thank you so much, my mother passed away two years ago from this disease and I’ll be making this scarf in her memory.

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    Annette McKitrick says:

    What a beautiful scarf!! I am going to make one tonight.
    Thank you for sharing the pattern. My mom is one of 6 girls and 3 have had BC and 2 died from it. One is cured!
    So this disease has impacted my family in a big way.

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    Sandi says:

    Thanks for the Pattern for such a Beautiful Scarf for a Great Cause. Having 4 Daughters and a new GrandDaughter Lillian Alexandra born Friday 10-09-09, I now know what to make them for Christmas! I’m just beginning to Crochet but I think I can pull off a scaled down version for Lily, who is also going to be donning your beautiful Crochet edged socks for the next 10-12 years of her life and feeling like a Princess as my 4 Daughters did (that was the name they gave them, they were their Princess socks, some were even beaded when the socks got bigger) Thanks to an Aunt, who didn’t win her battle with BC,I know they will all be worn with pride. Thank you sooo much for sharing it means alot to people like me who are disabled and have no income,Thanks to SS insisting I have to be divorced from my Hubby of 30 years before they can process my application even though they have proof I am 100% battling RA and another fatal illness due to blood transfusions after the Birth of my Last 3 Daughters, a Free Pattern for something so beatiful means the world to me! I’m not letting the R.A, interfere with my passion to crochet. I may not be able to have the speed or endurance as most but I will still be able to feel the jpy of accomplishment and winning a Battle of my own!
    Thanks again, you are a Wonferfully Creative and Generous Woman!
    Sandi

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    Rachel says:

    This is fantastic, thanks so much for this Alla! I’ll be linking.

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    Donna says:

    Thank you so much for sharing such a beautiful scarf. I do a lot for, not only breast cancer, but other forms as cancer as well. I have established a “Scarvs 4 Life” Day, (June 27th, the day I lost my son to Leukemia), which is a day to wear a “scarves for life scarf”. I have the information posted on Facebook under (Donna J. Hill-Smith). I’m working on a web-site. I hope you don’t mind me posting your scarf there (giving you credit and rights of course). Thank you again for sharing.

    Donna

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    laura says:

    I am currently working on this beautiful scarf and I am running into a problem. I did 153 doubles and started on round 2. I have done the v-stitch pattern along the free loops side but I am not ending where it says I should be. I have counted twice and I can’t find anywhere that I missed a stitch or something. I am ending with a single crochet at the loop right BEFORE the spot marked B. I am assuming that I should be ending with a v-stitch IN the loop marked B. Any idea what I might be doing wrong?

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    laura says:

    Actually as I read it again, I think the spot is correct, but I should be ending with a v-stitch and not a single crochet, right?? I’m not sure what I could be doing wrong to be ending in the middle of the pattern.

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    Susanna says:

    When I download the Tickled Pink Scarf Crochet, the third page has black on the top. I can’t read the top, as it is blacked out. I get the words do not turn=153 dc. and the rest of the page.
    I hope you can help.
    Thank you.

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    Susanna says:

    Hello Alla~
    (re:) Tickled Pink Scarf
    Thank you for your fast response and help. I tried what you suggested but the first four lines of the Scarf are still blacked out.
    Like you said, it is probably my pdf reader program.
    Could you please email me the first four lines? I need the number of chains and the directions of the first round.
    Thank you so much for your help. I love the scarf and cannot wait to make it.
    Thank you again!
    Susanna

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    joyce says:

    thank you so much for the beautiful looking scarf pattern. I will definitely be making it. My neice, who is only 1 1/2 yrs younger than me has just developed breast CANCER

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    Crochodile says:

    Thanks for this very nice scarf
    If you want, you can see my work with this pattern here
    http://crochodile.canalblog.com/archives/2010/03/28/16699063.html

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    Sarah says:

    Your Tickled Pink scarf is very pretty. I’d like to make a bit longer. Can you provide the multiple or pattern repeat to increase the number of beginning chains, please? Thank you.

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    duprez helene says:

    moi même j ai eu un cancer du sein, je pousse les femmes a faire une mamo réulierement cela n’engage à rien sauf se faire soigner s’il y a quelque chose

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    Carol says:

    Thank you for this wonderful pattern!

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    Joan Franklin says:

    This is real nice, I am making many scarfs for my big family, they love them.

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    Ellora Kirsten D. Basilla says:

    wow alla this is super gogeous!!!!!!

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    Deborah Huhn says:

    This is such a pretty scarf it really just caught my eye. I’am going to make one for my Daughter-in-law,she lost her mother to breast cancer,when she was 9yrs old, I lost my mother to breast cancer when I was 27yrs,(I’am 51 now) I lost my right breast to cancer in 2008.So I think I’am making 2 for me LOL. Thank You Again for the pattern

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    Susan Swartz says:

    I would like to make your Tickled Pink scarf but would like to make it 70″ long. Can you tell me how many chains I should start with. Thanks for sharing this beautiful scarf!

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    Marge Feinn says:

    Just love your patterns!!!!
    You are One Talented Lady!
    Alla, would you consider designing a matching hat; leg warmers & wrist warmers to this Tickled Pink Scarf?
    I am sure your girls would love a matching set!
    But those who really might appreciate your gift are the ladies, young & old who are getting treatment for cancer, so I was thinking: a chemo hat for girls, tweens and adults.
    Thanks so much for sharing your beautiful talent and patterns!
    God Bless!

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    Alla says:

    Dear Marge,

    Thank you so much for your kind of words and interest.

    Oh I bet that would be amazing set, but I wish I would have more than 24 hours… But I promise to work on some M&M something interesting set as soon as possible. I’ll keep you updated.

    Sincerely,
    Alla

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    Rene says:

    I am going to try to make this for a friend that just had surgery in August. She had a mammo and all was fine – a month later she woke up with a big lump and then found out the bad news. Its been 33 years since I have crocheted in art class but I really would like to make this for her. Thanks for sharing

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    Judith says:

    Is there a pattern correction for Tickled Pink Scarf? I am so frustrated, have started over 3 times! On Rnd 2, I get to the end of the free loops with 2 loops left before the 5 chains at the end of the row. What am I doing wrong? No matter how I try to juggle it, When I would start on the DC portion, the stitches won’t match at the top and bottom, because after sk 2 dc on the bottom, the sc would be directly opposite the V on top! Please help – I really want to make this scarf! Thanks -

    • Marianne says:

      I had the same problem. When you make the foundation row chain 160 instead of 157. I did this and the scarf came out perfect.

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    I enjoy, result in I found exactly what I used to be looking for. You have ended my 4 day lengthy hunt! God Bless you man. Have a nice day. Bye

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    Melba Mosby says:

    I love this pattern. Please let me know how I may purchase this pattern. Thank you, Melba Mosby

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