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Funky Ruffled Scarf

By: Caron

Funky Ruffled Scarf

If you are looking for something trendy and cute for a friend, try making the Funky Ruffled Scarf. Giving the gift of style to your girlfriends is one of the best parts of birthdays and the holidays. Finding a gift that matches their personal style truly shows how much you care for them and celebrates their uniqueness.

This crochet scarf pattern is stylish and unique in texture. Looking stunning in just about any yarn color, you can easily embellish these trendy free crochet scarf patterns with unique yarn colors or gift them with a matching hat. No matter how you give this gift, your friend or family member is sure to love it.


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  • Caron International's Bliss, 3 skeins
  • K crochet hook.

single crochet, double crochet

Finished Measurements:
42” long


  1. Chain 100.
  2. Row 1: Turn. Ch 1. Sc in each ch 1space across.
  3. Row 2: Turn. Ch 2. Work 2 dc in each sc across.
  4. Row 3: Turn. Ch 2. *Work 2 dc in next dc. Work 1 dc in next dc.* Repeat bet *’s across.
  5. Row 4: Turn. Ch 2. *Work 2 dc in each of next two dc’s. Work 1 dc in next dc.* Repeat bet *’s across.
  6. Row 5: Repeat Row 4. Break off.

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This is so pretty and perfect for adding some texture to your outfits.

I love this scarf. I've made three of them as gifts, and they loved them. It dresses up a plain shirt or sweater.

I for some reason don't understand the directions. After you chain the 100 the next direction talks about chain 1 spaces. Is there a row before that? Do you single crochet across first?

This scarf is so easy and yet so beautiful. I made it in lightest pale green but the last (fringe) row I used white sparkle. It is just lovely and a joy to make. Thanks for a fantastic idea.


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