Snuggle Up Chunky Crochet Scarf Pattern
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Snuggle Up Chunky Crochet Scarf Pattern

Snuggle Up Chunky Crochet Scarf Pattern
Snuggle Up Chunky Crochet Scarf Pattern
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Feel like a doll with this darling chunky yarn crochet scarf pattern. Using jumbo yarn, you'll work up this super scarf in a hurry! It's a great easy crochet pattern. Chunky patterns are fantastic for beginners because they're less likely to be discouraged by the time spent on a project. Bulky patterns work up more quickly than other patterns that use lighter yarn and can take much longer. This scarf is so cozy and will certainly keep you warm worn over a winter jacket or even just around the house. Pair this with an oversized sweatshirt and leggings for ultimate comfort. The fringe is a fantastic finishing detail!

Notesdc5tog: [Yarn over, insert hook in next stitch, yarn over and pull up loop, yarn over, draw through 2 loops] 5 times, yarn over, draw through all 6 loops on hook.

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookQ or 16mm hook

Yarn Weight(7) Jumbo

Crochet Gauge5 dc = 3" (7.5 cm); 4 rows = 5" (12.5 cm). CHECK YOUR GAUGE. Use any size hook to obtain the gauge.

Finished SizeScarf measures 8½" x 72" (21.5 x 183 cm) excluding fringe.

Materials List

  • RED HEART® Collage™: 5 balls 9981 Dollhouse 
  • Susan Bates® Crochet Hook: 16mm [US Q]
  • Small crochet hook 

Instructions

SCARF

With larger crochet hook, ch 16.

  1. Row 1 (right side): Work 2 dc in 4th ch from hook (beginning ch count as first dc), skip next 2 ch, sc in next ch, skip next 2 ch, 5 dc in next ch, skip next 2 ch, sc in next ch, skip next 2 ch, 3 dc in last ch, turn—11 dc and 2 sc.

  2. Row 2: Ch 1, sc in first dc, ch 2, dc5tog in next 2 dc, sc, and 2 dc, ch 2, sc in next dc, ch 2, dc5tog in next 2 dc, sc, and 2 dc, ch 2, sc in top of beginng ch, turn—2 dc5tog and 3 sc.

  3. Row 3: Ch 3 (counts as first dc here and throughout), 2 dc in first sc, sc in next dc5tog, 5 dc in next sc, sc in next dc5tog, 3 dc in last sc, turn—11 dc and 2 sc.

  4. Row 4: Repeat Row 2.

  5. Repeat Rows 3 and 4 until piece measures 72" (183 cm) or desired length. Fasten off. 

FINISHING - Fringe

  1. Cut 44 strands, each 25" (63.5 cm) long. Hold 2 strands together and fold in half to form a loop. Working in opposite side of foundation ch, insert large crochet hook from right side through 2nd ch. Place fold on hook and draw fold through, forming a large loop. Thread ends of strands through loop and pull to tighten. Repeat to attach fringe in next 10 ch of Row 1, then repeat to attach 11 fringes centered across sts and ch of last row. Trim ends evenly.

  2. With small crochet hook, weave in ends.

Abbreviations

ch
chain
cm
centimeters
dc
double crochet
mm
millimeters
sc
single crochet
st(s)
stitch(es)
tog
together


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I have not made as yet. Looking forward to the project.

This scarf looks pretty and easy to make. I will use the pattern with my client tomorrow, as part of her art therapy.

Was never a fan of scarves until i started making my own. I love the big bulky scarves! I can't wait to make this one!

I don't often wear a coat, so this would be great to throw on with a sweater or sweatshirt. It's never too early to start on Christmas gifts either.

I absolutely fell in love with this scarf...my next project !

Pretty scarf. What about making items in yellows, greens, oranges, and browns.

I'm definitely a bulky scarf kind of person... I once wore a bulky scarf (that I made myself) during the summer because I loved it so much. It's such a good thing that my office is literally always cold otherwise it would look odd. lol This scarf is sooo darn cute. I think it's more my sister's style, though, with the pretty pastels.

I love both, but this chunky scarf is very attractive - I love the stitch!

I like both! Light when it's mild and bulky when it's freezing! Love this scarf1

I prefer lightweight scarves. Don't really like all that bulk and don't live where it gets cold enough to even wear. This is though a very pretty scarf.

I usually prefer bulky scarves when I make them myself, but I do have a few lightweight scarves I rotate through when it isn't so cold. I love the colors of this scarf!

I can't wait to try this pattern. ty

I choose scarves based on the weather, so I like all types.

I prefer a lightweight scarf-I don't need to add any more bulk to my appearance! This one looks really chunky.

Very cute, but I'm more of a lightweight scarf person,

Lightweight!! I do not understand the appeal of heavy or bulky scarves. I would feel claustrophobic in those.

Wow, this looks like a quick pattern to make, thanks for sharing it appreciate it.

This is an absolutely adorable scarf. It would be perfect for a gift for a teen or young woman. The bulkiness is excellent for a fall neck wrap or an accesory for a winter coat. I can't wait to make at least one of these.This seems to be a very easy pattern to make up in a variety of colors for the various seasons.

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