This oversized mustard crochet scarf is so easy to make that you could whip out a few of these as last minutes gifts or even for yourself in no time at all! Just scroll on down to find the full, FREE pattern!
I love the fact that this scarf is big enough to wear as a hood or just as a regular scarf which makes it perfect for those days that it’s extra chilly out. I used some super bulky yarn from Michaels called Cozy Wool and a size Q crochet hook to make sure my scarf was oversized! If you haven’t had the chance to work with cozy wool yarn then you are in for a treat since it is extremely squishy & soft!
Read on down to find the FREE crochet cowl pattern!
OVERSIZED MUSTARD CROCHET SCARF PATTERN
- 4 DC’s = 4 Inches
- Slip Stitches do not count as Chains (skip them when working in the round)
- Make sure to join slip stitches in top of Double Crochets not the Chain 2’s in each round.
- Written in US terms.
Round 1: Chain 34, join with a Slip Stitch to first Chain to form a circle (be careful not to twist)
Round 2: Chain 2 Double Crochet in same stitch, and in every stitch around (34) Slip Stitch to top of first Double Crochet
Round 3-8: Repeat Round 2. Fasten off after Round 8
Finishing: Weave in loose ends with a yarn needle and YOU ARE DONE!!
The finished size of this cowl is approximately a 36 INCH circumference and 13 INCH width.
I hope you had fun making this Oversized Mustard Crochet Scarf pattern and if you have any questions feel free to message me.