I work 99% of my scarves (and hats for that matter!) in the round, but I decided I wanted to work up a fun long ribbed scarf for the holidays this year! This pattern was inspired by a spur of the moment purchase from Lion Brand Yarn–I had decided to treat myself to some new yarn I hadn’t tried, one of which was called Stitchbird (check it out here). I loved the colors and the black netting was very unique but when it arrived I realized I had NO IDEA what I was going to make with it! I finally decided, since it was bright and colorful, I would pair it with some of my favorite yarn (Wool Ease Thick and Quick) in complimenting colors to create a fun new scarf design!

If you would like the PDF version of this scarf with more photos to help guide you, you can find it in my Etsy shop here for $4!

What you will need for this pattern is 3 different colors of a super bulky (6) yarn like wool ease thick and quick (at least 60 yards each) and at least 130 yards of a multicolored bulky (5) yarn like Stitchbird, I believe a good substitute would be Lionbrand Homespun Yarn or something similar! You will also need a 10mm crochet hook! I used my Streamline Swirl by Furls for this particular project!

Abbreviations use in this pattern:

  • CH- Chain
  • HDC – Half Double Crochet
  • BLO – Back Loop Only
  • ST/STS – Stitch/Stitches
  • **Ch 1 at the beginning of rows never counts as a stitch**

Alright, lets jump right in to making the body of the scarf!

Chain 125 in Color #1 bulky yarn

Row 1: HDC in 2nd chain from the hook & HDC across (124 STS)

Row 2: change to stitchbird, CH 1, 124 HDC BLO across

Row 3: change to color #2 bulky yarn, CH 1, 124 HDC BLO across

Row 4: change to stitchbird, CH 1, 124 HDC BLO across

Row 5: change to color #3 bulky yarn, CH 1, 124 HDC BLO across

Row 6: change to stitchbird, CH 1, 124 HDC BLO across

Row 7: change to color #1 bulky yarn, CH 1, 124 HDC BLO across

Repeat rows 2-7

Finish & weave in ends!

Time to add your fringe!

I use two strands of super bulky yarn for each “tassel/fringe” and place them along the edge of the scarf.

I hope you enjoyed this quick little project! I really enjoyed this new design and can’t wait to make in some more fun colors combos! Be sure to tag me on social media if you post your creations, I would LOVE to see and share them!

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  1. Very great projects. Enjoyed them. I am looking for a pattern that you may have that uses the acrylic yarn to make a long or short cardigan sweater with or without the hood. I am going to make a purchase immediately but can not find the pattern I am looking for, Please , please help.

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