Crochet Pattern: Lakeport Scarf

The fun little Lakeport Scarf is oh-so-easy to crochet and even easier to wear. It can be more cowl than scarf, when wrapped around your neck and pinned with a shawl pin. Or tuck it into the collar of a denim jacket to add a pop of color.

A multitude of fall colors in a two-row stitch pattern is easy enough for advanced beginners, and no sewing is required. Best of all, it’s a gender neutral design, making it a perfect gift for anyone on your gift-recipient list!

woman wearing colorful crocheted scarf with shawl pin
photo by Kellie Nuss Photography

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The Yarn

Craft Yarn Council Symbol Yarn weight 1 Super Fine
eight mini skeins of yarn in pink, plum, orange, sage, gold, light blue, silver, navy

Fingering weight yarn in many colors is the key to this design. Use your favorite mini-skein pack, or pick from your odd balls of leftover sock yarn. You’ll need about 60 yards [55 meters] of one color and about 40 yards [37 meters] each of 7 additional colors.

closeup of stitch pattern in multi colors including navy, gold, pink, plum, silver and light blue
RenFaire colorway

I’ve made two of these cute accessories, both with Stunning String Studio Mini Skein Sets, using colorway RenFaire for the close-up version shown and the yarn, and colorway Hayride for the version shown on the model.

woman wearing colorful crocheted scarf with shawl pin
photo by Kellie Nuss Photography

The Lakeport Scarf Crochet Pattern

rear view of scarf on a smiling young woman, showing that it comes to a point in the back
photo by Kellie Nuss Photography

The Lakeport Scarf pattern is written using American crochet terminology. It includes both written text and charted instructions.

To ensure accuracy, the pattern has been professionally tech edited and test crocheted.

What a fun way to use those colorful mini skeins!

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OK, this one was a bit of a cheat for “Cowl Week”, but you can wrap it just like a cowl! For other crocheted cowls featured this week on the blog, check out:

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