Symphony Crochet Scarf Pattern 

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The Symphony pattern embodies what I consider a bit of a symphonic layout. Try it and see! It’s a series of beautiful interweaving, a harmonious arrangement as the definition reads which is how the symphonic cluster came about. You may even feel like a conductor when you start effortlessly weaving your hook in, through and around your project. The WONderful thing about this symphony is you won’t even have to think about what you are doing after a few rows. It’s that simple. A single row pattern that works up so quickly that you will end up with a stunning piece in a very short period of time.  

Grab your hot cocoa or cup of coffee, kick your feet back and let’s get started! 

I hope you enjoy this pattern, it’s one of my new favorites! Please feel free to tag me in the Facebook group if you work one up, I’d LOVE to see your masterpiece! 

Full Video Tutorial Available For This Pattern 


Yarn – Bulky 5 weight was used in the Scarf pictured in the pattern. (Premier Puzzle Yarn) Pattern can be adjusted for any yarn with suggested hook size. 

J hook  

Stitch marker (optional- not necessary) 

Blunt needle 


Techniques & Terms 

Dc – Double crochet (Yarn over, Insert hook into stitch, yarn over, pull yarn through stitch, yarn over pull through 2 loops, yarn over pull through last 2 loops on hook.)  

Ch – Chain 

St – Stitch 

Symphonic cluster – Insert hook into 1st st, draw through loop, insert hook directly into next st, draw through another loop, insert hook directly into 3rd st, draw through loop. Yarn over, draw through all 4 loops on hook, chain 1. Insert hook into front 2 loops of that cluster just made, yarn over pull through, yarn over pull through 2. (The cluster is worked over 3 stitches) 

Symphony Scarf Pattern 

1. Ch 21 + 1 for beginning chain up 

2. Working into the 2nd chain, work your 1st cluster as described above. Working into the next stitch repeat with the cluster stitch and continue to the end of the row. You will have 7 total clusters. 

3. Ch 1, turn your work towards you, working into the very 1st stitch, create a cluster, following into the very next stitch, create your next cluster. Repeat to the end of the row. 

4. Ch 1, repeat this pattern until you have reached your desired scarf length. 

To finish off with the infinity join, check out my invisible granny join at the following link: 

The scarf width in this pattern working with the Premier Puzzle Bulky 5 yarn and 6 mm J hook came to approximately 5.5” width with the 21 ch count. To adjust the width of your scarf, simply add or subtract in increments of 3 chains to the beginning foundation chain of the project. 3 is the magic number but don’t forget to add that 1 extra chain to your beginning foundation. 

Multiples of this project are 3. You will always begin this project by adding 1 extra chains only to your beginning chain. 

For example, if your project width requires 24 chains (which would give you 8 total clusters per row), you will add 1 more chain on to this for your starting chain and your project will begin with a chain count of 25.  

Full Video Tutorial Available For This Pattern 

Modifications to this pattern for baby blanket: 

Swaddle or Crib blanket – 40″ x 40” – 147 + 1 (148) starting chain (Using bulky 5 yarn. 

I really do hope you enjoy working up this pattern.  

Make sure if you have any questions at all to take a look at the video tutorial linked above. Please also keep in mind, the video was created for a beginner crocheter so if you are someone with enough crochet knowledge, be forewarned, I teach this pattern at a beginner level to help with all aspects of the pattern process. I do my best to answer all comments on videos so make sure if you have a question you post it in the video comments or go into our Facebook group and tag me (Colleen Hays).  

I will ALWAYS do my very best to help! 

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