If you love chunky crochet scarf patterns (and cozy) then this one is for you. The whole pattern is worked up with just a three-row stitch repeat which makes it work up super fast.
Read on down to get the instructions to make this fun (and free) pretty in pink scarf pattern!
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I hope you enjoy this pattern.
Great scarf for all crochet abilities!
While this isn’t technically a beginner crochet scarf if you can get the first 3 rows I don’t see why a beginner couldn’t get the hang of it.
For that reason, I think all levels of crocheters will love this pattern and be able to complete it! Yay to fun patterns!
THE YARN That’s perfect for this pink scarf!
For this entire design, I held two skeins of the Feels like Butta Yarn from Lion Brand Yarn in Dusty Pink together.
I wanted to double up on this yarn because I was trying a tad more coziness to this already soft yarn! It is pretty amazing! For real. You gotta try it!
Such a cozy crochet scarf!
This yarn is so soft and feels great against the skin! You will definitely have no scratchiness or irritation with this crochet scarf because it is one of the softest yarns from Lion Brand! Just try it and you will know what I mean!
Ready to start?
If you are ready to get started on this easy crochet scarf then read on down to find the full free pattern or Click the button below to get the PDF version that is AD & HASSLE FREE.
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Pretty in Pink Crochet Scarf Pattern
Designed by Krista Cagle
Skill Level: Intermediate
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Gauge: 10 st’s in 4″
Dimensions: 57″ long & 10″ in width
sc = single crochet
ch = chain
dc = double crochet
hdc = half double crochet
sk = skip
st(s) = stitch (es)
yo = yarn over
Written in standard US terms
The entire pattern is worked holding TWO skeins of yarn together at the same time.
To change the size use a multiple of 3 +5
How to do the Dc puff stitch
- yo, pull up loop through st (3 loops on hook)
- yo, pull through 2 loops. (2 loops on hook)
- yo, pull up a loop through st (4 loops on hook)
- yo, pull through 2 loops. (3 loops on hook)
- yo, pull up a loop through st. (5 loops on hook)
- yo, pull through 2 loops. (4 loops on hook)
- yo pull through all 4 loops on hook, then hdc in the stitch.
- how the hdc, dc puff stitch, hdc cluster will look
Main Crochet Scarf Pattern
hold two skeins of yarn together for the entire pattern
Foundation Row: Ch 26
Row 1: Sc in every ch across (25)
Row 2: Ch 3, in first st dc, *sk 2 sts, 3 dc’s in the next st, sk 2 sts, (hdc,dc puff stitch,hdc) in next st, repeat from * across ending with 2 sk sts and 2 dcs in the last st. (24)
Row 3: Ch 1, sc in every st across including the top of the turning ch from the row before. (25)
Row 4: Ch 3, in first st dc, *sk 2 sts, (hdc,dc puff stitch,hdc) in next st, sk 2 sts, 3 dc’s in next st, repeat from * across ending with 2 sk sts and 2 dcs in the last st. (24)
Row 5: Repeat row 3
Row 6 -83: Repeat rows 2-5
Row 84: Repeat row 2
Row 85: Repeat row 3
Finishing: Fasten off yarn and cut with scissors. Weave in loose ends throughout with a yarn needle.
You are done!
Finally, you are done with your cozy scarf! Now you will just need to add the fringe after you are done with the main part of this scarf.
One of the great things about this design is that it also looks pretty good without the fringe too so if you prefer to be fringe-less then go right ahead!
You will also need to use 4 pieces (2 of white, 2 of dusty pink) to make the fringe and make sure to evenly space out 13 spaces along the two bottoms of the scarf.
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I hope you enjoyed this crochet scarf design and if you have any questions please feel free to leave a comment or send me over an email.