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Amazing Grace Saturday Super Scarf…. New Free Crochet Pattern!!

Amazing Grace Saturday Super Scarf…. New Free Crochet Pattern!!

Amazing Grace Saturday Super Scarf


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Amazing Grace Saturday Super Scarf… This fun, whimsical version of a Super Scarf is made up the standard stitching in all of my Amazing Grace Free Crochet Patterns along with a fun Quadruple Treble Crochet for an extra long stitch to make this pattern have plenty of movement!!  This is the 21st Amazing Grace Free Crochet Pattern that is dedicated to Breast Cancer Awareness and my dearest friend Sandy Gilb.  To read more about this series, click on the Amazing Grace tab at the top of the page!!

This is a perfect gift for Christmas, Birthdays or for a friend who is suffering from a traumatic life event…  Using fun, self stripped yarn, this project comes together quickly and with dress up any wardrobe!!



Yarn ~ 750  yards fingering weight yarn.

Pictured above, I used 2 balls of Knit Picks Chroma Fingering in Sugar Cookie

Hook ~ J



6″ wide x 112″ long


St ~ Stitch     Ch ~ Chain     Sk ~ Skip     Sc ~ Single Crochet     Dc ~ Double Crochet

QuadTrc ~ Quadruple Treble Crochet – Yarn over hook 5 times, insert hook in st, *draw up loop, pull through 2 loops*, repeat *to* 6 times. Click here to see a video on extra tall stitches…


Ch 36

Row 1:  Sc in second ch from hook and each across. = 35 sc

Row 2:  Ch 1, turn, sc in 1st st, sk st, (sc,ch2,sc) in next st, *sk 2 sts, (sc,ch2,sc), in next st*, repeat *to* 9 more times, sk 1 st, sc in last st. = 2 sc & 11 (sc,ch2,sc)

Row 3:  Ch 3(counts as dc now and throughout), turn, 3dc in each ch 2 sp across, dc in last st. = 11 3dc shells & 2dc

Rows 4-29: Repeat rows 2 & 3

Row 30:  Ch 6(counts as QuadTrc now and throughout), turn, QuadTrc in each st across. = 35 QuadTrc

Rows 31-59:  Repeat rows 2-30

Repeat rows 2-30 until you reach your desired length ending with row 29. I made my project 203 rows.

Edging (both ends)

Row 1: Ch 1, turn, sc in 1st st, *ch 3, sk 2 sts, sc in next st*, repeat across to end. =11 ch 3 & 12 sc

Row 2: Ch 1, turn, sc in 1st st, *7dc in next ch 3 sp, sc in next sc*, repeat *to* across = 77 dc & 12 sc

Finish off and repeat edging on opposite end.

Congratulations!!  You now have an Amazing Grace Saturday Super Scarf!!!


Happy Crocheting!!!

Elena & Charlie

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  1. Jessica Serrano Gregg

    Another stunning addition to your Amazing Grace design line in your beloved friends memory. You always do such justice to her memory and I didn’t even know her but I feel like I get to and have gotten to…through the designs you create. They truly are one-of-a-kind designs and made with warmth and love….and that’s what I try to re-create every time I work up one of your designs that you graciously share for free so that we may share the love and warmth of something hand made special for somebody we love…or
    for somebody that we’ve never met, that just needs to know someone out there is thinking about them and sending their love, light, positive energy and prayers their way with each stitch created.. I always pay special attention to the item, to meditate, clear my mind and fill it with only positive energy, thoughts and love… I’m extremely superstitious in regards to making sure that I never touch an item to be created with my own hands.. unless I am creating with love and positive energy that’s interwoven into each painstaking stitch I make.. I have RA.. the joints in my hands, fingers etc are mostly affected..some days are good, some days are bad, some days no amount of medication can get my hands to behave and to cooperate with what I want to do lol but if I can just get them going, crocheting is very therapeutic both physically and mentally for me. I really just wanted
    you to know that I am thankful for and appreciative and always look forward to seeing one of your new patterns. Thank you again! I can’t wait to make this! As always it’s gorgeous!

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