Who loves a mindless crochet project? You will find this beginner friendly crochet skinny scarf pattern a lovable one.
*this pattern was previously published on loopinglymade.com, now craft-her.com as Mocha Skinny Scarf. However, this is an updated pattern.
This is my third time crocheting this scarf. It is such a lovely and stylish accessory to wear and it makes for a great gift. The previous ones I made were gifted, and I see myself making more of them in future.
This crochet skinny scarf pattern is easy so if you are a beginner who has learnt the basics you will find it easy to make. The only parts you may find a bit challenging are the decreases; a little challenge is great to improve your crochet skills, right?
I have decided to name this crochet scarf Beautiful You, not after the yarn I used but because it a simple yet beautiful accessory that elevates your outfit. Another beautiful about this scarf is the multiple ways you can wear it; wrapped around your neck, as a head tie or as a loose belt.
The beauty of this scarf is in its ‘drapiness’, that is why I used lightweight yarn in all three I have designed. This is a skinny scarf and it is meant to be easy and light to wear. If you shy away from thin yarns, I encourage you to try with this pattern; you will love the outcome.
I have used three different yarn brands to make this scarf, this time, I used Lion Brand Beautiful You; which unfortunately has been discontinued. However, I make some recommendations in the ‘materials’ section for yarns you can substitute with.
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Gauge (unstretched)- 20 rows= 4 inches
Finished size (unstretched)- width- 2 inches, length-59.5 inches
- 150 mtrs Sport Weight (cotton or acrylic) yarn. This pattern uses Lion Brand Beautiful You; unfortunately has been discontinued. Substitute with Scheepjes River Washed , Schachenmayr Catania
- 4mm hook
- Needle to weave in ends
- SC- single crochet
- DC- double crochet
- DC2tog- double crochet decrease
- ST- stitch
- CH- chain
- Pattern is written in U.S terms
- Ch 1 does not count as a stitch
Row 1: Ch 2, DC in 2nd ch from hook. Ch 1, turn
Row 2: 2DC in stitch. Ch 1, turn- 2 sts
Row 3: SC in 1st st, 2DC in next. Ch 1, turn- 3 sts
Row 4: SC, DC, SC in next 3 sts. Ch 1, turn- 3 sts
Row 5: DC, SC in next 2 sts, 2DC in next. Ch 1, turn- 4 sts
Row 6: 2DC in 1st st, SC, DC, SC in next 3 sts. Ch 1, turn- 5 sts
Row 7: DC, SC in next 4 sts, 2DC in last st. Ch 1, turn- 6 sts
Row 8: 2DC in 1st st, SC, DC in next 4 sts, SC in last st. Ch 1, turn- 7 sts
Rows 9: DC, SC in next 6 sts, 2DC in next. Ch 1, turn- 8 sts
Row 10: 2DC in 1st st, SC, DC in next 6 sts, SC in last st. Ch 1, turn- 9 sts
Row 11: DC, SC in next 8 sts, 2DC in next. Ch 1, turn- 10 sts
Row 12: 2DC in 1st st, SC, DC in next 8 sts, SC in last st. Ch 1, turn- 11 sts
Row 13: SC, DC across. Ch 1, turn-
Row 14: DC, SC across. Ch 1, turn
Rows 15-262: repeat rows 13 and 14 (if you intend to stop at a shorter row, ensure that the last row is an even number)
Row 263: DC2tog, SC, DC in next 8 sts, SC in last st. Ch 1, turn- 10 sts
Row 264: DC, SC in next 8 sts, DC2tog. Ch 1, turn- 9 sts
Row 265: DC2tog, DC, SC in next 6 sts, DC in last st. Ch 1, turn- 8 sts
Row 266: SC, DC in 6 sts, DC2tog. Ch 1, turn- 7 sts
Row 267: DC2tog, DC, SC in next 4 sts, DC in last st. Ch 1, turn- 6 sts
Row 268: SC, DC in 4 sts, DC2tog. Ch 1, turn- 5 sts
Row 269: DC2tog, DC, SC, DC in next 3 sts. Ch 1, turn- 4 sts
Row 270: SC, DC in next 2 sts, DC2tog. Ch 1, turn- 3 sts
Row 271: SC, DC, SC in 3 sts. Ch 1, turn- 3 sts
Row 272: DC in 1st st, DC2tog. Ch 1, turn- 2 sts
Row 273: DC2tog. Ch 1, turn
Row 274: DC
Break yarn, weave in tails.
Enjoy your scarf
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