Comfy, warm and pretty scarf. This pattern is similar to a honeycomb, in the way that it forms pockets. Even if those pockets are more diamond like instead of octagon shaped. I love the way this turned out! This is a more advanced pattern to make.
Note: This pattern alternates from front to back posts each row. Every other row of trfp (triple crochet front post) alternate between going in front of the first two trfp made or behind the first two trfp made. When behind the first two trfp made it is like crocheting in a sandwich because you are between the stitches you just made and the stitches in the previous row.
Look at how much pattern and texture there is in the Honeycomb stitch.
ch-A chain doesn’t go through a stitch. A chain is made by starting with a slip stitch or if you are in the middle of a piece and it calls for a chain you yarn over and pull through the one loop that is on the hook.
sc- Single crochet: Put hook through stitch, yarn over, pull through the stitch, yarn over pull through two, leaving one loop on the hook
dc- Double crochet yarn over, go through stitch, yarn over, pull through the stitch, yarn over, pull through two, yarn over pull through last two, leaving one loop on the hook
tr=Triple crochet- similar to double crochet, but you yarn over twice instead of once, then, go through the stitch, yarn over pull through the stitch, yarn over pull through two, yarn over pull through two and then yarn over and pull the last two off. You should have one left on your hook.
fp=Front post this means that instead of crocheting in the top of the stitch like you normally do, you put your hook around the front of the dc post and create your stitch there. (It’s a lot like weaving with your hook, around the post, starting on the front side of your piece.)
bp= Back post, insert hook around the back of the post instead of crocheting on the top. You have the piece facing you but crochet on the opposite side. This makes a ridge on the front side.
dcbp and trfp are combining the stitch and where that stitch is made. So, dcbp means to double crochet in the back post.
Trfp means to triple crochet around the front post.
Pattern Directions For the Busy Bee Honeycomb Scarf
Row 1: In 3rd chain from hook dc and in each stitch across. 25
Row 2: ch 2 skip 3 dc, trfp around the 4th dc post, trfp around next dc, (this is a little tricky, trfp behind the first 2 trch made to get to the front of the dc. Basically you are crocheting between the dc made in the last row and the trfp made in this row.) trfp around first skipped dc post and then around the next skipped dc post, skip over the first two trfp and skip the next two dc posts, trfp around next 2 dc; this time, go in front of the trfp, repeat from* This pattern will create 3 “Vs” across
Row 3: ch 2 dcbp across, around each tr. Dc in last stitch of row (not around but in it).
Row 4: ch 2 skip 3 dc, trfp around the fourth dc post, trfp next dc, trfp across the front of the two trfp you just made and trfp in the second skipped dc and then in the next dc, skip the first two trfp you made and the next 2 dc, trfp around next dc, trfp around next dc, behind those two trfp you just made tcfp
Row 5: ch 2, dcbp across, around each tr. Dc in chain stitch.
Row 6- 88: Repeat rows 2-5
Row 89: ch 1, sc across in each dc.
Cable stitch to finish
Row 90: ch 1 sc *ch 3 sk 2 sc in next sc, turn, sc back in each 0f the ch 3 you made, slip st in sc, turn, sc in 2 skipped sc repeat across from *
sc in last sc finish off.
Finishing the end where your project began.
With right side facing you, join, sc across (26)
Repeat row 90