The griddle stitch is a great beginner-friendly crochet stitch that looks great worked up into a scarf! Read on down to find the free pattern, about the best crochet stitch for a scarf (in my opinion) and to learn about the yarn so you can get started today!
How to Crochet a Griddle Stitch
The griddle stitch is an easy combination of stitches that is quite beginner-friendly. It uses double crochets and single crochets to create a beautifully textured design.
Since it uses two basic crochet stitches this scarf is perfect for beginner crocheters and one that I consider quite easy to learn.
Take a look at the griddle stitch tutorial to see a picture tutorial & written instructions. This stitch is one that I consider one of the seven best crochet stitches for scarves and one I highly recommend trying!
You’ll love it. PROMISE.
The Yarn for This Scarf
You’re going to love Coboo yarn from Lion Brand!
Coboo yarn is a lightweight 3 yarn that is 51% cotton and 49% rayon. It is silky to work with and has beautiful drape which means your scarf will look and feel amazing!
Coboo comes in a variety of colors that are all quite beautiful. For this scarf I decided to use the color Pale Pink but if you’d prefer a different color take a look at the gorgeous colors that Lion Brand offers in this fiber.
After you have picked your favorite color of yarn to use and looked over the griddle stitch then you are ready to get started!
I hope you enjoy this free scarf pattern!
The Griddle Stitch Crochet Scarf Pattern
Skill Level: Easy
- < 355 yards of Coboo Yarn from Lion Brand or any 3 lightweight yarn
- 4 mm G crochet hook
- Yarn needle
- Measuring tape
- Gauge is not important for this pattern
- 7 ¾ inches x 58 inches
- Written in standard US terms
- If you’d like to change the size start with multiple of 2 in the starting chain.
- Learn how to change colors in crochet tutorial which will come in handy if you are making a multicolored scarf design.
- Use the griddle stitch picture tutorial for extra help with this scarf
* sk 3 chains counts as a dc in this pattern and is included in the st count in the ()
To start: Ch 32
Row 1: Sk 3 chs (counts as 1 dc), *1 sc into next ch, 1 dc into next ch; repeat from * across ending with 1 sc into last ch, turn. (30)
Row 2: Ch 3, 1 sc into next St, 1 dc into next st; repeat across ending with 1 sc, turn. (30)
Row 3 – 120: Rep row 2 (30)
Option 1: Fasten off yarn and weave in loose ends throughout with a yarn needle
Option 2: Leave a 15″ tail and sew the two ends together to create a cowl design with a yarn needle
Do you want a printable version instead? Grab it below so you can start crocheting this scarf asap.
If you make this scarf please share it with me over in the Easy Crochet Facebook Group. It’s a great place to share your work in progresses, ask questions and talk about all things crochet!
More Free Crochet Scarf Patterns
This is one of many free crochet scarf patterns you can make! Check out all the scarves you can crochet below.
- 18 Easy Crochet Scarf Patterns
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- 5 Easy Beginner Crochet Scarf Patterns
- 5 Free Quick and Easy Crochet Scarf Patterns
- Adjustable Crochet Scarf Free Pattern
- Andi Crochet Infinity Scarf Pattern
- Andy Button Chunky Cowl Pattern
- Andy Button Scarf Crochet Pattern
- Bobble Stitch Crochet Scarf Pattern
- Button Scarf Crochet Pattern