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Forever 21 Knockoff Scarf



This Forever 21 Knockoff Scarf is a great accessory to add to your wardrobe!  With some simple crochet techniques, you can create this infinity scarf pattern in no time.  This scarf makes a great gift and no one will believe you made it yourself!

Forever 21 Knockoff Scarf


  • 1 skein of Caron Simply Soft Berry Blue
  • J crochet hook




  • The beginning ch-4 always counts as the first stitch.
  • The stitch marker isn't actually necessary, but putting that in the pattern makes it a little easier to explain.



  1. Ch 36.
  2. R1: Place stitch marker in 6th ch from hk. Tr into next 2 ch. Dc into ch with marker. Remove marker. *Sk 1 ch (from the second tr). Tr into next 2 ch. Dc into the skipped ch. Repeat from * 8 more times (only one ch is left unworked). Tr into last ch.
  3. R2: Ch 4, turn. *Sk next st. Tr in next 2 sts. Dc in skipped st. Repeat from * 9 more times. Tr into last st.
  4. Repeat R2 as desired.
  5. To make the scarf wider or narrower, add or subtract chains in your starting chain in multiples of 3.

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Oct 18, 2014

Am I doing something wrong..according to your instructions you chain 36.. row 1 says repeat 8 more times but I had to do 9 more times and Row 2 i ended up doing 10 clusters..so If your instructions are correct wouldn't you chain 33 to get the results in your pattern..


Oct 11, 2014

There haven't been any comments for awhile, but I just found this pattern and wanted to say how much I enjoy it -- it is very easy to use once you learn it, and just moves along quickly. I just finished a cowl using this pattern that turned out to be quite beautiful, in a deep red. I did cut the number of crossed clusters back to eight on each row, as this is for a smaller person, and it worked out perfectly. The best thing is: no loose ends to work in! I left one long tail at the beginning, and used that to sew the ends of the scarf together to make the cowl...done and done! THANKS SO MUCH for this great pattern!


34 Ratings

Jun 4, 2014

I am not comment on any of your patterns. I would like to comment though on "From The Web". I copied a couple of patterns & "From The Web took a page all by itself. This is a waste of paper for me even though I will look for an opportunity to use the other side. The next pattern "From The Web" took half a page after copying the pattern. I do not wish this stuff attached to my patterns, so I will have to cut that information off. It is a nuisance & it is annoying. Thank you. Janet CAulfeild


Jun 2, 2014

I don't recognize some of your abbreviations. TR? HK? How about a chart to interpret?


May 1, 2014

I am working on it right now and Love it. I wanted to use a lite yarn and found the first row a twisted mess so I used 2 strands for chain to stabilize then on to the pattern and it works up nice.


Apr 9, 2014

Thanks for sharing the video and written pattern for this scarf. Could you please clarify if the 'plus 2' stitches are required? You indicate a multiple of 3 plus 2 in the written instructions but only chain a multiple of 3 in the video. Thanks!


Feb 27, 2014

How many chain do you start off with? You said you make 10 repeats...I understard that but I just don't understand how many chains to start out with. It's a beautiful scarf. I would love to make it for my granddaughters. Help please?


Feb 27, 2014

I would love to make this scarf for my grandaughters. It's very pretty but I don't know how many chains to start with. I know you said you repeat the pattern 10 times but how many chains do I start with? I would appreciate your help. Thank you.


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