Velvet Celtic Heart Scarf

Deep pink velvet celtic heart scarf shown on a white manniequin - scarf is crocheted with a textured stitch and has 2 Celtic Knot Hearts hanging down at ends

Velvet Celtic Heart Scarf

This Velvet Celtic Heart Scarf is easy to crochet with a fun one-row repeat stitch pattern!  Have you ever crocheted a “V-stitch”? A “V-stitch” is a classic crochet stitch that can come in many forms and variations.  It is basically 2 or more tall stitches separated by chain stitches (usually 1, 2 or 3) in the middle.  This creates the look of the letter “V”. For this crochet scarf pattern you’ll be making a V-stitch with a post stitch on either side. These post stitches give the stitch pattern a lot of depth and texture.  I think it looks great with the luxurious velvet yarn! Plus, if you need help with the stitch pattern or the post stitches, then you can watch the step-by-step video tutorial here.

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Close up view of Celtic Knot Heart and long tassel that hangs at end of Velvet Celtic Heart Scarf

Celtic Knot Heart

Since Valentine’s Day is coming up I wanted to use my Celtic Knot Heart design in a new way. (Last year I created this Celtic Heart Garland with the heart design) Then when I saw the beautiful deep pink of the velvet yarn while in Joann’s last month, I had the idea to combine the yarn with a Celtic Knot Heart.  This heart design is quick to make and very easy to weave. Plus, I include the free printout of the Celtic Heart diagram and a video tutorial of how to weave the knot here.

Bernat’s Velvet Yarn

Have you used Bernat’s Velvet yarn yet? I highly recommend it!  It is super soft and comes in great colorways.  The best kind of stitch pattern for this yarn is a stitch pattern that has you working mainly in spaces because it can be difficult to see your stitches with the velvet yarn. So, with the stitch pattern we have going on in this scarf, you’ll have success because most of it is working in ch-1 spaces and around the post of the stitch – yay! 

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Skill Level: Easy

(Easy means that you are beyond beginner and have mastered all of the basic crochet stitches. It also means that you have done some other stitch patterns beyond the basics)

Measurements:

Scarf total length = 66”

Scarf base length= 51”

Celtic Knot Heart = 4” tall x 4 ½” wide

Tassel = 5” long

Bernat Velvet yarn in pomegranate with a length of scarf and crochet hook on white wooden background

Supplies for the Velvet Celtic Heart Scarf:

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Bernat Velvet Yarn in Pomegranate

Bernat Baby Velvet Yarn in Light Pink

6.5 mm hook (K)

5.5 mm hook (I)

5 stitch markers

Jumbo Tapestry Needle

Print out of Celtic Knot Heart Diagram (download here)

6” x 6” square of ¼” thick corkboard

20 straight sewing pins

CD case (for making tassels)

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Special Stitches and Abbreviations

FPhdc (Front Post Half Double Crochet) = YO, insert hook around post of stitch (by going from front to back and then out to front again); YO, draw up a loop; YO, pull through all 3 loops on hook

Sc (single crochet) = Insert hook into stitch, YO, draw up a loop; YO, pull through 2 loops on hook

Hdc (half double crochet) = YO, insert hook into stitch; YO, draw up a loop; YO, pull through all 3 loops on hook

Sl st (slip stitch) = Insert hook into stitch, YO, pull through stitch and loop on hook

Back Loop Only = Insert hk only into the back lp at the top of the stitch

Click here to watch a short video tutorial of this technique

YO (yarn over)

Hk (hook)

Lp (loop)

Ch (chain)

St (stitch)

Sp (space)

Notes

First scarf length is crocheted in rows

Then 2 cords are crocheted and woven into the Celtic Knot Hearts

Lastly all pieces are put together with the optional tassels

Step-by-Step Video Tutorial Now Available!

Instructions for the Velvet Celtic Heart Scarf:

**Remember, you can purchase a pattern PDF of this project here**

Special stitches are written in bold and italicized text and defined above

Scarf Length

With Pomegranate Velvet Yarn and 6.5 mm hook ch 21

Row 1:

Sc in 2nd ch from hook and in each ch across. Turn. (20 sc)

**To help you get the hang of this stitch pattern, you may want to mark each ch-1 sp with a stitch marker**

Close up of row 2 completed to show how to start stitch pattern with stitch markers and crochet hook

Row 2: 

Ch 2, sk next st; (2 hdc in next st, ch 1, 2 hdc in next st, sk each of next 2 sts) across 5 times – on the last repeat only sk 1 st at the end; hdc in turning chain. Turn. (5 – 2hdc, ch 2, 2hdc shells)

Close up of one shell stitch

This photos shows a close-up of the 4 hdc stitches with a ch-1 sp in the center

Row 3: 

Ch 2, sk next hdc; [FPhdc around next hdc, (hdc, ch 1, hdc) in next ch-1 sp, FPhdc around next hdc, sk each of next 2 hdcs] across up to last hdc and turning chain; sk last hdc and work a hdc in the turning chain. Turn.

Row 3 completed with stitch markers

Repeat Row 3 until scarf measures 50” long. Fasten off.

Long cord to make the Celtic Heart without edging

This is the cord with no edging

Cord for Celtic Heart – Make 2:

(Cord will be approximately 28” long)

With 5.5 mm hook and Pomegranate yarn ch 96

Hdc in 3rd ch from hk and in each ch across. Fasten off.

Completed edged cord for the Velvet Celtic Heart Scarf

Here is the cord with the light pink edging

Edging for Cord:

With 5.5 mm hook and Light Pink yarn join with sl st in back loop only of first st of cord; continuing to work in the back loop only, sl st in each st across; ch 1, sl st in side of last st on cord, ch 1; Now working on other side of cord, sl st in each st across. Fasten off.

Completed woven Celtic Knot Heart

Weaving the Celtic Heart

WEaving supplies - corkboard, pins, diagram and cord

Place printout of Celtic Knot Heart diagram on corkboard and hold in place with pins

With Right Side of cord facing lay cord along path in diagram by first placing the beginning of the cord (where there are only the edging yarn tails) on black asterisk

Step one of weaving the Celtic Heart

Follow arrows along the cord path making sure to correctly pass over or under other sections of the cord – see photos to help

Step 2 of weaving the celtic heart
Step 3 of weaving the celtic heart
STep 4 of weaving the celtic heart
Step 5 of weaving the celtic heart

Remove all pins and pin across at beginning and end of cord

Remove heart from board and sew cord ends in place with tapestry needle and yarn tails

Weave in all ends on Wrong Side of heart while sewing some crossings

Finishing and Assembly of the Velvet Celtic Heart Scarf:

Fold corners of ends of scarf in and sew in place to create points

With Right Sides facing down sew hearts to points overlapping slightly – make sure secure

Optional – Make tassels:

Wrap Pomegranate yarn around a CD case (or something a similar size – cardboard about 5 ½” long would also work) 25 times

Tie top folded section together tightly

Slide yarn off CD case and tie around all yarn loops about 1 ½” from the top fold

Cut yarn loops along bottom and trim to even length

Using top yarn length attach tassel to bottom point of heart

Velvet Celtic Heart Scarf on a white mannequin outside - scarf is made with deep pink velvet yarn and 2 Celtic Knot Hearts hanging down with tassels on the ends

Your Velvet Celtic Heart Scarf is Complete!

Your Velvet Celtic Heart Scarf is complete!  How did you like working with the velvet yarn?  I love how this stitch pattern looks with the velvet yarn.  The nature of the velvet yarn already gives your project a lot of texture and then when you add these V and post stitches, you end up having oodles of depth and texture!  Not only does the yarn feel great in your hands while crocheting, but it feels wonderfully soft and warm around your neck.  If you made this project, please send along a photo – I would love to see your creation! Don’t forget to pin the image below so you remember where you found this pattern. 🙂

And if you would like to see more crochet heart patterns, then check out these posts here.

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Thank you for stopping by! Happy crocheting!

Jennifer

Long image of Velvet Celtic Heart Scarf for pinterest along with a close up of stitch pattern

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