Crochet Pattern: Angel Lace Scarf

By Rachel Choi – 20 Comments
The Angel Lace Scarf is simple and easy to crochet! The finished shape is triangular. The best thing is that the scarf can be worn in many different ways, even as a shawl! You can always ask me for help if you need it while crocheting your scarf.

Skill Level: crochet skill level easy

Finished Size: 44” (112 cm) wide, 19” (48 cm) tall

Medium Weight Yarn (approximately 150 yards)
Crochet Hook I (5.50 mm)
crochet yarn size 4
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  1. Lorelei says:

    It is 9 degrees here today, and I am soooo looking forward to spring. I have made a gazillion hats, scarves, etc., and am working on an afghan right now. Though I love making cozy winter stuff, I am really in the mood for something light and springtime-ish. This gorgeous scarf is just what I was looking for. And I think I’ll use the same bright pink color. Love it! Thanks for all the great patterns, Rachel!

  2. kathy says:

    Hi, just purchased your angel lace scarf pattern.
    Which yarn did you use for it. It almost looks shiny

  3. kathy says:

    thanks will have to go see who sells it.
    my daughter and I were in san diego this past month, went to a farmers market/arts sale. a lady was selling a scarves like this one, only she had tied on hundreds of peices of ribbons on one, another had feathery yarns, another scraps of material. they were unbeliveable beautiful. but she wanted $140. for them. needless to say we didn’t buy one. going to try and make one.

  4. kathy says:

    Just made this scarf for my grand daughters. Only I crocheted 300 mini pony beads on it. They love them. still trying to figure out one I saw in san diego. it was just like this with scraps of material and ribbons tied on it. It was beautiful.
    this scarf is so easy and fun to make, thanks.

  5. cherine says:

    Hi Rachel,

    Is it okay to crochet this scarf with 100% acrylic yarn?

  6. April says:

    Hi Rachel,

    I just bought this pattern and cannot seem to get started. I’m sure once I get past the first few rows it will be simple, but I just keep rereading the instructions for rows 2 and 3. Any help would be appreciated!

    • Rachel says:

      Hi April, row 1, creates a “loop” / circle with the chain stitches. So in row 2, you will ch 6, then make a sc into the loop created in row 1. You will do that as many times as indicated in the pattern. For row 3, you will working the instructions in the parenthesis into each of the ch-6 spaces from row 2. A ch-6 space is the space that was created by chaining 6 on row 2. Here’s a link to more info on chain spaces if you think you need it:

      Let me know if you need more help.

  7. April says:

    Ahh, I was totally over-thinking it! Thanks!

  8. pinkyrex says:

    hi Rachel, i’m not really understand the steps, a simple pattern drawing will do. Thanks a lot if you could lend a hand

    • Rachel says:

      Hello! I don’t have a drawing at the moment, but if you can let me know which part you’re stuck on I can try and explain it to you in more detail.

  9. Nila says:

    The Angel Lace Scarf pattern cannot be found?!

  10. Kim says:

    Have you done a youtube video for the Angel Lace Scarf? I am having difficulty visualizing the start of the pattern- especially row 2 sc into the loop 2 times? I learn very well with videos and visual instructions.

    • Rachel Choi says:

      Hi Kim!
      Sorry, I don’t have a video. For row 2, you will chain 6. Then make a single crochet into the loop. Then you will chain 6 again, then make another single crochet into the same loop. The “loop” is the circle that you made on row 1. Let me know if you need more help with it!

      • Kim says:

        Thank you for the quick reply Rachel! I sorted it out by carefully following the sc in space instructions listed elsewhere on this site. Up to row 11 now and it’s going well! I am using a dk weight yarn and 5.5 mm hook and will be interested to see how it comes out. This yarn is smaller in size than the Caron you mentioned using above.

  11. Kimberly says:


    I was wondering if you could use a light weight yarn for this pattern?
    Thank you so much!

    • Rachel Choi says:

      Hello! Yes, you can use a light weight yarn. You may want to adjust the hook size to obtain the proper gauge, or add more rows if the size ends up being smaller.

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