Mists of Avalon Scarf

Feb 24, 2009
Views: 20,943
Comments: 2
Average rating:


Paulissa Kipp


A versatile unisex pattern, the puff stitch provides textural interest in this quick project.

Materials List

Size J Hook/6 MM

1 skein Worsted Weight yarn, I used Red Heart Sage

Finished Size

Approximately 60 inches long.


Not important to this pattern


Stitches Used: ch, sc, dc, puff stitch


Wrap the yarn over your hook. Insert the hook through the same stitch or space. Wrap the yarn over the hook and pull through. There will be 5 loops on the hook.

The Pattern

Chain 204.

Row 1: Sc in 2nd chain from hook and in each chain across. Ch 1, turn
Row 2: Sc in every stitch, ch 1, turn.
Row 3: Sc in every stitch, ch 2 (counts as 1 dc), turn.
Rows 4 & 5: Dc in BACK LOOP ONLY of each sc in previous row, ch 2, turn.
Row 6: puff stitch, dc across.

Rows 7 & 8: Dc in BACK LOOP ONLY of each sc in previous row, ch 1

Repeat rows 1-8 for pattern repeat until run out of yarn.

Designed by Paulissa Kipp
Copyright 2009

A copy of the pattern may be printed for personal use; this pattern may not be distributed on any other websites without the express written permission of the designer. The pattern may be linked to. You may sell the items made from the pattern; you may not sell the pattern as your own.

The author has licensed this page under a Creative Commons License. Some rights reserved.

+ Add a comment


SuzyBeads wrote
on Nov 27, 2009 6:48 PM
Was looking for quick scarf patterns for Christmas and liked the look of this one. However, the explanation of the puff stitch doesn't seem to be correct. I think it should be:

yo, insert hook through sp, yo, pull through, yo, insert hook into same sp, yo, pull through, yo, draw through all 5 loops on hook

Don't mean to overthink the designer, but the instructions as written will not make this lovely scarf.

PaulissaK wrote
on Nov 29, 2009 9:33 PM

Yes you are correct; basically if you know how to do a puff stitch, you can make any version of the stitch you like. For instance, some people like it with 4 stitches, others with 5, some with more.

Your description of the puff stitch may be clearer to some crocheters. Thanks you for your input