[Free Pattern] Learn A New Crochet Stitch: Snapdragon Stitch (+Scarf Pattern Included)

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This gorgeous lace that looks almost like the shell stitch is quick and easy and fun to crochet. This crochet stitch is called the Snapdragon Stitch and is perfect for making blankets, shawls or even tablecloths and dishcloths. This featured tutorial actually has a free scarf pattern included: the beautiful Snapdragon Stitch Scarf designed by B Badder.

Learn how to crochet this beautiful stitch and make this easy scarf, it is such a great crochet accessory that can be done while watching TV and without having to concentrate too much.


Snapdragon Stitch Scarf Free Crochet Pattern


5 1/2 oz of worsted weight acrylic yarn

Size H aluminum crochet hook

Gauge: 2 V st + 5 shells repeats = 4 inches, 4 rows = 1/4 inches

Size: 6 ¼ inches x 54 ½ inches, length can be adjusted easily by adding and subtracting rows

Find the full written pattern for this Snapdragon Stitch Scarf Free Crochet Pattern at: Barb's Free Crochet Patterns

Thanks to Barbara Badder for the article inspiration and featured image.

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4 thoughts on “[Free Pattern] Learn A New Crochet Stitch: Snapdragon Stitch (+Scarf Pattern Included)”

  1. Loved making this scarf! I did this in grey aran and added pearls at the bottom. Thanks so much for sharing! Have posted a picture on Pintrest.

  2. I made this pattern as baby blanket and it is beautiful, I wish you would put the the number of stitches and the beginning row 1 plus the number of beginning skipped chains to start row 1. it would make it easier to gauge the blanket size. or the number of beginning chains.

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