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Coastline Ribbed Scarf - Free Crochet Pattern

The Coastline Ribbed Crochet Scarf is an easy knit-look, reversible crochet scarf that works up quickly.

It’s perfect as a gift for men, teenagers and why not? … for women as well!
I hope you will love it!

Coastline Ribbed Men Scarf - Free Crochet Pattern

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I have made this scarf at my husband's request.
He chose the colors and wanted a basic scarf that is not too long, not too wide and has no holes. He preferred it leaving it without fringe, but you can add some, if you like.

Coastline Ribbed Crochet Scarf

Even if it uses a basic stitch pattern, what makes this scarf more special is the yarn used!

This scarf is crocheted using 2 different yarns held together: one strand of a super fine wool with long color changes and one strand of a light and soft mohair blend.

Working with crochet hook size 5.5 mm, the result is a fluffy and warm scarf that is also feather light (scarf total weight: 150 g.)

I really love how the two yarns worked together, how the self striping yarn changed colors, making unique stripes.

You can mix and match the colors you like.
The solid mohair mix yarn will be the one that will give the dominant color.


The scarf is 173 cm long x 15 cm wide (approx. 68.11 inches x 6 inches)

You can customize the length and width of the scarf to your own liking, but please keep in mind that you will need more/less yarn as indicated in the pattern.

It is very easy to adjust the size of the scarf:

  • For a longer scarf, work the starting foundations single crochet longer, until you reach the desired length. Or work fewer foundations sc for a shorter scarf!
  • To change the width of the scarf:
    - work less rows for a narrower scarf
    - work more rows for a wider scarf.


13 sts and 14 rows = 4” x 4” (10 cm x 10 cm)



The yarns used are both bought online from Hobbii:

  • Dream Colour yarn - colorway Sandy Coastline(12)
    This is a super fine, 100% virgin wool with beautiful color transitions, available in big skeins of 3.53 oz (100 g) each with a long yardage.

  • Yarn consumption:
    Dream Colour approx. 3.5 oz. (113g) (one full skein (100 g) + 13 g from a second skein)

  • Diablo, colorway Teal Blue
    This is a lace yarn, very light and fluffy mohair mix (one skein is only 25 g, but with a long yardage 225 m (246 yds). One skein takes you a long way!
    Fiber Content: 40% Acrylic, 30% Mohair, 30% Polyamide Diablo can be found in a huge range of beautiful colors, allowing you to choose exactly which color you want to highlight in the scarf.

  • Yarn consumption.:
    Diablo approx. 1.4oz. (40g) (one and half skeins)


  • 5.5 mm crochet hook (I have used Furls Wooden Hook, Cocobolo)
  • Tapestry needle
  • Scissors
  • 2 stitch markers
  • Supplies used for the ribbed crochet scarf


    - ch: chain
    - fsc: foundation single crochet. See this Video Tutorial by Moogly
    - st: stitch
    - hdc: half double crochet
    - hdc blo: half double crochet worked into back loops only


    1. The scarf is worked lengthwise in rows end to end.
    2. Starting with row 2, all the stitches will be worked into the back loops only, excepting the last stitch of each row, that will be worked into both top loops, to prevent holes on the edge.
    3. Begin the rows with ch1 a bit loose/ relaxed. The Ch 1 at the beginning of rows will not count as a stitch.

    Coastline Ribbed Men Scarf

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    Coastline Ribbed Scarf for Men, Teenagers and Women


    Crochet with 1 strand of Dream Colour and 1 strand of Diablo held together and a 5.5 mm crochet hook.

    Row 1: Start with 224 fsc, ch1, turn; (224 sts)

    Row 2: work 1 hdc blo in each st across to last st, 1 hdc in last st,ch1, turn; (224 sts)

    Repeat as row 2 for rows 3 - 19 (or until you reach the desired width).
    Cut yarn. Fasten off. Weave in the ends. And you’re done!

    I hope you enjoy this pattern!

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    Coastline Ribbed Scarf
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