The beginners lattice crochet scarf pattern is a quick and easy pattern to learn. It shows how to create an open lattice design in crochet. This scarf can be worn throughout the year as a gorgeous handmade accessory.
The scarf is both practical and stylish. You can use it to keep warm during the winter, but also for special occasions like weddings or parties where you want that extra bit of flair on top of your outfit. For me, this is just the right length and weight of scarf to wear in the colder months wrapped around my neck under my winter coat.
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Fun Lace Pattern
This is a fun project to work on while you are watching your favorite television show. I love spending time with the family watching something with my yarn project in hand. For me, this is relaxing and any time I can spend with loved ones is cherished.
Lattice Crochet Stitch
Lattice crochet is an easy pattern that can be done by beginners. If you are looking for a new project to try, this would be a great one to start with. This is a simple beginner project that uses basic stitches like single crochet and chain stitches. Lacy stitches make this light yarn pop.
Simple Crochet Scarf Pattern
This is a simple and quick pattern for crocheters of all abilities. It can be completed in no time at all, making it perfect when you need something fast but still want your work to look good.
Other Names for a Lattice Stitch
If you are a crocheter looking for a light and lacy crochet stitch that is super easy to do, this one is for you. This beautiful stitch is also referred to as the mesh stitch, trellis stitch, or the diamond trellis stitch. These terms seem to be used interchangeably. Today, we are calling it a lattice stitch.
This is a super easy pattern for beginning crocheters and it’s pretty enough that even experienced crafters will want to give it another go.
What Does the Lattice Stitch Look Like?
The result of this stitch pattern is one of those openwork designs that creates a lacy effect that kind of resembles a fishing net. Therefore, it is perfect for a crochet shawl, cowl, scarf, washcloth, or the edging of a blanket. If you pair this crochet stitch with a medium or bulky yarn, it would make a great blanket.
Yarn Used for this Scarf
Today, I used a number fine yarn for this crochet pattern. However, this stitch pattern can be used with a medium weight yarn also known as worsted weight yarn for a lovely look. If using a thicker yarn, make sure to check how wide the initial chain stitches are to see if that is how wide you want your scarf to be. The thicker the yarn, the less stitches you need for a specific size.
Making this Pattern into an Infinity Scarf or Cowl
Once you have crocheted the scarf, if you want the look of an infinity scarf or cowl, just lay the two ends flat and use a yarn needle and the yarn to weave back and forth between the rows of stitches to sew them together. I show how to do this in other crochet infinity scarf patterns.
How-to Pictures and Video Tutorial on the Stitches used in This Easy Crochet Pattern
If this stitch is new to you, try crochet tutorial for How to crochet the lattice stitch. It includes close up photos and a video tutorial on how to crochet the lattice stitch.
Directions: Beginners Lattice Crochet Scarf Pattern
14-inches wide by 48-inches long
Size is laying flat and not stretched.
Changing the Size of the Crochet Scarf
Change the size by adding or decreasing rows for the length.
Work this pattern in multiples of 4 plus 6. Therefore, change the width by using the multiples of 4 plus 6.
25 single crochet stitches per 4-inches
Red Woolike Yarn by Loops and Threads 400 yards. This is a super fine number 1 yarn. If you are not able to find the yarn locally, you may find it here.
Crochet Hook Size H
CH = Chain
SC = Single Crochet
SK = Skip
SP = Space
ST = Stitch
STs = Stitches
[ ] = Repeat Between
Crochet Pattern Notes
This lattice stitch is worked in multiples of 4 plus 6. That means that your beginning chain stitch row should be divisible by 4 once you subtract 6. For instance, if I made a sample swatch, I might start with 22 stitches. 22 – 6 = 16. 16 ÷ 4 = 4.
Once you get past the first row, the pattern repeats as Row 2 is repeated throughout the pattern.
I made my scarf 70 rows; however, if you want a long scarf add more rows. To shorten the scarf, reduce the number of rows. This is an easy scarf to adjust the width and length of.
Chain 102 STs
In the 6th ST from the hook, insert hook and work a SC. [CH 5, SK 3 STs, SC in the 4th CH]. Repeat across between [ ]. End with a SC in the last stitch.
CH 5, SC in the first hole. [CH 5, SC in the next hole]. Repeat across between [ ]. End with a SC in the last hole SP.
Rows 3 – 70
Repeat Row 2
Weave in yarn ends and remove the excess.
You can find other free crochet scarf patterns on the website. There you will find lots of easy crochet scarf patterns.
You can find Victoria crocheting, quilting, and creating recipes. She has worked in restaurants for many years. Her many crochet patterns and quilt patterns are enjoyed by many. In her professional career, she has worked in management in a wide variety of businesses including higher education as a dean of a division. All the while attending college part-time to achieve her doctorate in higher education with an emphasis in e-learning.