Fun and Flirty Winter Scarf Pattern

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After finishing up my Granny Square Blanket from the Crochet – Basics & Beyond class, I had some left-over Bernat Softee Chunky Yarn just asking to be worked with 🙂

This scarf is fun to make, fun to wear and a great alternative to a ‘standard’ scarf. For a warmer scarf – try layering it with multiple colours!

Free Crochet Pattern

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Super Quick! Fun and Flirty Winter Scarf

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Yarn: Bernat Softee Chunky
Hook: 9.00 mm (M13)

Finished Length: approximately 64″

Finished Width: approximately 2″

Stitch Pattern Multiple: multiple of 6 + 1

Chain 139.

R1: Skip the 1st ch st, *skip 2 sts (8 dc all in the next st), skip 2 sts, 1 sc in the next st*, repeat from * to * across to the end. You will have 23 cluster sets.

You will now be working back along the opposite side of the starting chain to the beginning ch 3. You will only be working into the chain sts that already have an 8 dc cluster set, or a sc st – skip all other ch sts: ch 3, 1 sc in the ch with the 8 dc set, ch 3, *1 sc in the same ch as the next sc, ch 3, 1 sc in the ch with the 8 dc set*, repeat from * to * to the end; ch 3, 1 sl st to the top of the 1st dc. Finish off and weave in ends.

For my Fun and Flirty Winter Scarf I crocheted one scarf in black and one in red.

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Options:  If you are making the layered version, you can stitch them together at the top (right in the centre of the layers) to keep them together – or leave them separate to allow you to wear one of the layers, without the other!  Another option is to tack the ends together  – but I like them to fly about freely – they are more fun & flirty that way!

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Here are a few more options for you to play around with:

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  1. This is a great scarf, thx! 1st one I did similar to this was by Red Heart scarf called Double Ruffles , and it took me while but I go what hey mean by both sides of the chain — think a leaf! There’s did not have your pretty edging tho!

  2. Hi BJ – I’m sorry to hear you suffered a stroke – I hope you are have recovered!! The pattern you are looking for is in this post 🙂 Scroll to the very top – and you will find it! All the best, Rhondda

  3. I loved your Fun & Flirty Scarf pattern but it was no longer available. I hope you will put it back — I suffered a stoke 2 years ago, & your pattern looked like one that i could make for Christmas presents. Could you arrange for me to get it? You have such a talent to design , I hope you would continue to share your special talents . I would be glad to pay for that pattern.

    Thank you so much,


  4. Hi Admetria, I am so happy you like the design and have chosen to use them to create Christmas presents 🙂 If you have any questions feel free to message me 🙂 Thank you, Rhondda

  5. Hi Ruth 🙂 You are very welcome! I am happy you like the pattern and the colours I chose for my scarves. If you run into any questions please just let me know 🙂 Rhondda

  6. Hi Rhondda,
    I love the scarves. I love the simplicity and will be making these for Christmas presents in multiple colors.

  7. I love those scarves and the colors just pop out at you. I will be making several for myself and as gifts. Thanks for the pattern

  8. this is beautiful! thank you for the pattern! i am thinking purple and black!

  9. Very welcome Anna 🙂 If you run into any questions please just message me – I’d be happy to help, Rhondda

  10. Thank you I have a friend that wants me to make 2 for gifts in the colors you have in the picture, these are awesome thank you for sharing the pattern I love it might make me 2 in gold and black

  11. Hi Anna, I used 1 ball of Bernat Softee Chunky for each scarf 🙂 I had a tiny bit left over from the ball – I’m happy you like the scarf 🙂 Rhondda