Chunky Crochet Scarf
Do you like chunky knits? Then this is the craft project for you! My really simple, chunky crochet scarf is made using just one easy stitch and I’m going to show you how it’s done. With super chunky yarn it’s super quick to make, and colour blocking means it looks completely awesome!
Make this warm and woolly scarf using the written pattern below. And I have put together a video tutorial to accompany it too. Pop across to my YouTube channel HERE or click on the picture above to go straight to learning how to crochet.
Before I kick off with the pattern, I will quickly mention that if you like this chunky scarf pattern and fancy buying me a coffee, I have a Ko-Fi account. It’ll more likely be tea actually as I don’t drink coffee but you know what I mean! You can find more Free Crochet Patterns, HERE.
Chunky Scaf Pattern
- The written pattern is in US terminology as it seems more people use that than UK. If you speak UK terms, substitute the main stitch for 1htr instead.
- For a neater finish work the first row into the back bumps of the chain.
- I used a 9mm hook and super chunky yarn.
- I decided on seven balls of yarn for this scarf.
- If your tension is really loose try an 8 or 8.5mm hook instead. Tight? go up to a 10.
You’ll need four balls of King Cole Timeless (90% acrylic, 10% alpaca, 93yds/85m/100g): Turquoise, Grey, Rose Petal and Mustard and three balls of King Cole Explorer (80% acrylic, 20% wool, 87yds/80m/100g): Hawkins, Drake & Earhart. Both are available at LoveCrafts. By hitting this link it tells the company that I sent you and I get a few pennies from each sale. It’s an affiliate link.
Row 1: 1hdc in second ch from hook, hdc to end, turn. [28 sts]
Row 2: 1ch, hdc in front 3rd loop to end, turn.
Rep Row 2, changing colour every 20 rows. Alternate solid colours with variegated colours. Fasten off and sew in ends.
And that’s it!! I mean, quick fix crochet or what?!
I really enjoy working on this kind of mindful craftiness. Simple crochet, tactile yarn, relaxed brain. Love it!!
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