This crochet chevron scarf pattern is the perfect project for a beginner crocheter who is looking for something challenging to try.
This scarf design uses only one stitch.. The single crochet which makes it the perfect one evening project! Keep on scrolling down to make this stylish one stitch crochet scarf today with my free pattern! Enjoy!
To begin my chevron design I used a beautiful yarn from the Isaac Mizrahi skyscraper craft yarn line called “Chrysler”.
This yarn is considered a bulky fiber, but is more like a worsted weight in my opinion. It is extremely soft though, and does have a neutral palette of blended colors which slowly shade from one to the next!
This color changing yarn creates natural stripes in the pattern as you work which means no need for color change and switching yarns.
If you have trouble finding the Issac Mizrahi Yarn I recommended substituting with Lion Brand Woolspun.
You will still get the same beautiful chevron pattern and softness.
Have fun and I hope you enjoy this chevron scarf pattern!
- size J crochet hook 6.00 mm
- 2 skeins of Isaac Mizrahi Craft Skyscraper Yarn in Chrysler or 322 yards of any other bulky (5) yarn
- yarn needle
- sc = single crochet
- sc2tog = single crochet two together
- ch = chain
- sk = skip
- st = st
- each row is approx 9″ wide.
- finished size is approx. 68″ long x 9″wide
- gauge is 6sc for every 2″
- I suggest counting and recounting your st’s as you go to make sure you have the correct amount throughout your scarf.
- every row should end with 5 sc then a sc2tog.
Crochet Chevron Scarf Pattern
Foundation Row: ch 33
Row 1: For row 1 start in 2nd ch from hook (for row 2 -135 start in first st)
sc2tog, 1 sc in each of next 5 st, sc 3 times in next st, *1 sc in
next 7 st, skip next 2 st, 1 sc in next 7 st, sc 3 times in next st.
Repeat from * across until you are left with 2 st then sc those
last two remaining stitches together (aka sc2tog), turn. (32)
Row 2- 135: ch 1, repeat row 1. (32)
You can make your scarf shorter or longer if you prefer by adding or subtracting rows.
Finishing: Fasten off yarn and weave in loose ends throughout the crochet scarf with a yarn needle.
You will need to block this scarf since it tends to roll up. Here is a great article on blocking “Blocking Hints & Tips.” from Lion Brand Yarn.
I hope you enjoyed this chevron scarf pattern! If you have any questions about any of my crochet patterns please feel free to ask!