C2C Snowman Scarf Free Crochet Pattern

I am so excited to finally be sharing my C2C Snowman Scarf. I really think this scarf is a wonderful stepping stone from basic Corner to Corner crochet into the world of Graph Corner to Corner Crochet.

If you don’t know already the C2C Snowman Scarf is one of the practice patterns for my How to Corner to Corner Crochet Tutorial. If you are knew to the Corner to Corner crochet technique I would highly recommend you check out that tutorial first. 

This pattern looks like a Corner to Corner graph but it actually just the result of changing colors at the end of your rows and the fact the C2C crochet is worked on a diagonal that gives this scarf that appearance.

I finished off myC2C Snowman Scarf with a cute little crochet carrot nose and a few buttons. You will notice I only have 4 buttons. (Some how my other packet of buttons got posted in my craft room.) I would recommend using 5 or 6 buttons for the mouth.

If you do not want to use buttons, I have provided simple instructions for making some crocheted circles below. 

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C2C Snowman Scarf Materials

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77 yards – Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice Yarn, White

293 yards –  Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice Yarn, Aquamarine

18 yards – Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice Yarn, Peacock

5 yards – Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice Yarn, Terracotta 

Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice Yarn, Black

Crochet Hook, Size G, 4.0mm

Pompom

2 – 1 1/4 inch Button

6 – 3/4 inch Button (Four are shown in the picture but I plan to add two more.)

OR 

5 yards – Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice Yarn, Black

 

Stitches and Abbreviations

Ch – Chain

Sc – Single Crochet

Hdc- Half Double Crochet

Dc – Double Crochet

Slst – Slip Stitch

R – Row or Round

MC – Magic Circle

Gauge

Using the Corner to Corner Crochet Stitch

6 ‘squares’ x 6 ‘squares’ = 4 inches

Size

The final size of my scarf measured 6 inches by 63 inches.

I had my five year old try this scarf on and the width looked good on him as well. You can alway work more or less rows to adjust the length of the scarf.

Changing Colors in the C2C Snowman Scarf

You will be changing colors in the last double crochet stitch of the row. To do this make your double crochet stitch like you normally would, but for the last yarn over, use the new color and drop the old color. This way when you chain up 6 in the next row it will be with the new color.

C2C Snowman Scarf is a beautiful fun and creative way to create a fun scarf using the corner to corner crochet technique. Follow this free crochet pattern to create a whimsical crochet scarf. with a snowman motif. #crochetscarf #crochetpattern

C2C Snowman Scarf Pattern

Using White, Use the Corner to Corner Crochet Stitch to increase for 9 rows.

Ch 6.

R1: Dc into the 4th, 5th and 6th Ch from the hook. 

R2-9: Ch 6, Dc into the 4th, 5th, and 6th chain from the hook.  (Slst to the turning chain of the previous row, Ch 3, Work 3 Dc around the turning chain you Slst to.) Repeat from (to) to the end of the row.

R10: Turn, Slst to the last 3 Dc of the previous row, Ch3, turn. Work 3 Dc around the turning Ch of the previous row, *Slst to the next turning Ch, Work 3 Dc around the turning Ch of the previous row,* repeat from *to* until you are even with the top of the previous row.

R11: Ch 6, Dc into the 4th, 5th, and 6th chain from the hook.  (Slst to the turning chain of the previous row, Ch 3, Work 3 Dc around the turning chain you Slst to.) Repeat from (to) to the end of the row.

Repeat rows 10 and 11 until you have a total of 17 rows. 

R18: Turn, Slst to the last 3 Dc of the previous row, Ch3, turn. Work 3 Dc around the turning Ch of the previous row, *Slst to the next turning Ch, Work 3 Dc around the turning Ch of the previous row,* repeat from *to* until you are even with the top of the previous row. (Change to the Hat brim color in the Dc of this row. I used Peacock in the sample.)

R19: Ch 6, Dc into the 4th, 5th, and 6th chain from the hook.  (Slst to the turning chain of the previous row, Ch 3, Work 3 Dc around the turning chain you Slst to.) Repeat from (to) to the end of the row.

R20:Turn, Slst to the last 3 Dc of the previous row, Ch3, turn. Work 3 Dc around the turning Ch of the previous row, *Slst to the next turning Ch, Work 3 Dc around the turning Ch of the previous row,* repeat from *to* until you are even with the top of the previous row. 

R21:Ch 6, Dc into the 4th, 5th, and 6th chain from the hook.  (Slst to the turning chain of the previous row, Ch 3, Work 3 Dc around the turning chain you Slst to.) Repeat from (to) to the end of the row.

R22: Turn, Slst to the last 3 Dc of the previous row, Ch3, turn. Work 3 Dc around the turning Ch of the previous row, *Slst to the next turning Ch, Work 3 Dc around the turning Ch of the previous row,* repeat from *to* until you are even with the top of the previous row. (Change to the main hat color in the Dc of this row. I used Aquamarine in the sample.)

R23: Ch 6, Dc into the 4th, 5th, and 6th chain from the hook.  (Slst to the turning chain of the previous row, Ch 3, Work 3 Dc around the turning chain you Slst to.) Repeat from (to) to the end of the row.

R24: Turn, Slst to the last 3 Dc of the previous row, Ch3, turn. Work 3 Dc around the turning Ch of the previous row, *Slst to the next turning Ch, Work 3 Dc around the turning Ch of the previous row,* repeat from *to* until you are even with the top of the previous row.

Continue repeating Row 23 and Row 24 until you have a total of 86 rows or you reach your desired length. 

Fasten off once you reach your desired length. 

Alternate Ending

If you would like both sides to be squared off instead of having a pointed hat you can repeat this optional row until you have a squared off end.

Optional Row: Turn, Slst to the last 3 Dc of the previous row, Ch3, turn. Work 3 Dc around the turning Ch of the previous row, *Slst to the next turning Ch, Work 3 Dc around the turning Ch of the previous row,* repeat from *to* until you are even with the top of the previous row.

Carrot Nose

Using the Terra Cotta or any orange medium weight yarn.

Ch 16

R1: Dc in the 4th Ch from the hook. Dc in the next 4 Ch, Hdc in the next 3 Ch, Sc in the next 3 Ch, Slst in the last 2 Ch.

R2: Ch1, turn, Skip the first stitch, Slst in the next 2 stitches, Sc in the next 3 Stitches, Hdc in the next 4 Stitches. Dc in the next 2 Stitches, 4Dc in the last stitch and Slst to the bottom of the first Dc made.

To finish your scarf sew on your 1 1/4 inch buttons as eyes, 3/4 buttons in a mouth shape and sew on your nose. I used white yarn to sew everything on so that it would not be noticeable on the backside of the scarf.

When sewing onto the scarf with white I make very small stitches on the front side of the carrot so when the stitches are pulled tight they are nearly invisible. 

 Don’t forget to sew your pom pom to the top!

Crochet Buttons

If you do not wish to use store bought buttons we can crochet some alternatives for our C2C Snowman Scarf pretty quickly with just a little bit of black or brown yarn.

Eye “Buttons”

Make 2

R1: Work 12Dc into a Magic Circle, Slst to the first Dc and Fasten off. 

You can leave a tail to sew onto the scarf or use white yarn to sew onto the scarf.

Mouth “Buttons”

Make 4-6

R1: Work 9 Hdc into a Magic Circle, Slst to the first Hdc. Fasten off.

You can leave a tail to sew onto the scarf or use white yarn to sew onto the scarf.

And there you have a fun and whimsical C2C Snowman Scarf!

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3 Comments

  1. Dawn

    January 21, 2019 at 11:02 pm

    He’s adorable!!! I still haven’t gotten around to actually doing the C2C tutorials, but I will eventually (sigh). As soon as I do and I’m reasonably proficient, I’m making him!!

    1. Lindsey

      January 22, 2019 at 12:41 am

      That sounds wonderful! It is a fun stitch and you will definitely learn it fast!

  2. Janice Chrostoski

    January 22, 2019 at 5:01 am

    I collect snowmen and I absolutely love this scarf. Thanks

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