Fabulously Fall Crochet Fringe Scarf

fall crochet scarf pattern

Happy Fall! I hope you love my new design, The Fabulously Fall Crochet Fringe Scarf. Are you looking for a new go-to Fall scarf crochet pattern? If so, then this one may be it.

Fabulously Fall Fringe Scarf – Free Crochet Pattern - Easy Crochet

This easy scarf is oh-so-cozy and has fun fringe trim along the edges, which makes it perfect for those chilly fall days that are just around the corner!

Keep on scrolling down to find the full, free pattern. I can’t wait for you to try this fun and easy to make scarf pattern.

Fabulously Fall Fringe Scarf - Free Crochet Pattern by Easy Crochet

The Yarn

To make the Fabulously Fall fringe scarf, I used my favorite Lion Brand Yarn Vanna’s Choice, which is an 100% acrylic medium weight #4 yarn in the color Kelly Green.

If you’d prefer a different color of Vanna’s Choice, there are many color-way choices for everyone to pick from on their website or Amazon.

Vanna’s Choice

This yarn is made by Lion Brand, and is a Weight 4 – Medium yarn.

Vanna's Choice

Fiber: 100% Acrylic
Yardage: 156m / 171 yds
Hook: 5.5 mm (I-9)
Substitute: Lion Brand Heartland

Buy Now Patterns Using This Yarn →

Do you need to use a substitute yarn?

If you don’t have Vanna’s choice on hand, you could use any worsted (medium) weight yarn and get the same result as mine, such as Caron Simply Soft or Red Heart Soft.

The Stitches & Techniques for This Scarf

Crochet Stitches: The whole scarf pattern consists of half double crochets (hdc) and chain stitches, which are both easy to learn. If you’d like a refresher course on these crochet stitches, I’ll link up my tutorials on both below.

These easy crochet stitches make crocheting this scarf simple and perfect for beginners.

  1. Chain Stitch Tutorial + Video
  2. Half Double Crochet Tutorial + Video

Half Double Crochet

Half Double Crochet Crochet Stitch

Abbreviation: hdc
Difficulty Level: Easy
Learn this stitch →

Patterns Using This Stitch →

Fringe: I added fringe to the ends of the scarf to add some interest. Use our fringe tutorial to learn how to add it to scarves or other crochet projects too.

Make The Scarf Without Fringe Too!

If you’d prefer to make this scarf without fringe, you can do that too. Just skip the fringe instructions, and you will have a simple scarf to wear that is fringe-less. Sometimes less is more.

Ready to Get Started?

Scroll on down and follow along with our Fall scarf design. If you need any clarification, please let a comment or email me.

Fringe Scarf Pattern

Skill Level: Intermediate

Materials

Crochet Abbreviations

Notes

  • The scarf pattern is written in standard US terms

How to Crochet a Scarf With Fringe

Body of Scarf

(each row is 7″ long  and finished size of the scarf is approximately 50″ excluding fringe)

Foundation Row: ch 21

Row 1: starting in 2nd ch from the hook hdc, hdc in every ch across, turn. (20)

Row 2: ch 1, hdc in first st, * skip 1 st, hdc in next st, go back to the st you sk and hdc in that (criss-cross), rep from * across, end with 1 hdc in last st, turn. (20)

Row 3: ch 1, hdc in first st, hdc in every st across, turn. (20)

Row 4: ch 1, hdc in first st, * skip 1 st, hdc in next st, go back to the st you sk and hdc in that (criss-cross), rep from * across, end with 1 hdc in last st, turn. (20)

Row 5- 77: repeat rows 3 & 4 for pattern. (20)

Row 78: repeat row 3, do not fasten off (20)

Border

  • Working in the same st as last hdc ch 2, hdc again in same st (corner). Working along outside long edge of scarf hdc 1 time in each row for a total of 78 st’s (78)
  • Working in same st as last hdc ch 2, hdc again in same st (corner), working on the short edge of scarf hdc evenly across for a total of 20 st’s. (20)
  • Working in the same st as last hdc ch 2, hdc again in same st (corner). Working along outside long edge of scarf hdc 1 time in each row for a total of 78 st’s (78)
  • Working in same st as last hdc ch 2, hdc again in same st (corner), working on the short edge of scarf hdc evenly across for a total of 20 st’s. sl st to top of the first hdc of the first border (20)
  • Fasten off and weave in ends throughout scarf with a yarn needle
Fabulous Fringe Scarf - Free Crochet Pattern - Easy Crochet

Attaching Fringe

Fabulously Fall Fringe Scarf – Free Crochet Pattern - Easy Crochet
  • Wrap green yarn around a 6″ book or piece of cardboard to get 12″ even pieces. Cut along the top of yarn to get 12″ pieces of yarn. Take pieces of yarn and fold in half.
  • Repeat the steps below 8 times, evenly on each side of the scarf. 
  • Insert the hook into the first stitch to be fringed, and put the 4 pieces of cut yarn that were folded in half onto the hook.
  • Pull yarn through the first corner stitch.
  • Take yarn ends and pull through the loop that was made with the crochet hook to secure.
  • Trim ends of fringe to your desired length.
  • You have now completed your fringe scarf!

I hope you enjoyed this crochet fringe scarf! Thanks for stopping by, and if you need any clarification, feel free to ask me anytime.

I would love to see your scarves on Instagram using the hashtag #easycrochetcom too!

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Use the images below to pin to Pinterest, so you can make this easy scarf at any time.

Follow along with on there too since we always share new free patterns as well as crochet stitches and tutorials too.

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More Free Crochet Scarf Patterns

Want more patterns like this? Take a look at the Chevron Scarf or Andy Button Scarf and the beginner-friendly Charlie Infinity Scarf for even more scarf fun!

33 Comments

  1. Elizabeth Parsons says:

    I absolutely love this pattern! It’s so pretty! I’ve tried this in DC, but HDC looks so much better. Thank you so much for sharing! I’m on my second scarf now!

  2. Just finished this scarf. Love it! HDC might be my favorite stitch and it was nice be able to have another variation.

  3. Just started this scarf yesterday, I just love this pattern. So easy to work up.

  4. Help! I have started the scarf twice now and a I am ending up with a curved scarf. Not sure what I am doing wrong…..

    1. Hi Linda,
      I would recommend going up a hook size for your foundation row. It sounds like you maybe are crocheting tightly on your initial chain which can cause a curve.

      Krista

  5. Hi Krista,
    Found you from Pinterest… just the pattern I’m looking for a scarf for a friend (male) and going to make another for his son as a matching father and son scarf for the coming fall and winter .. thanks for sharing .. it’s so easy to follow and work up fast.. using Just my stripe from Lion Brand (Licorice and the boy will be wild blueberry)and it’s so far so good and the colors changing not girly at all haha Will share in instagram when I’m done !

  6. Helli! I’m Working in this scarf pattern. I may be over thinking it, but when I get to the end I have 2 stitches left. Am I to just HDC in the last stitch and then go back to the previous, skipped stitch, snd do a HDC (as was done for the whole row) or…just HDC in the final stitch, leaving the next to last stitch skipped??

    1. Hi Kathy,

      You should have one stitch left to hdc into and you should have 20 hdc’s total. How many do you have?

      Krista

  7. I’m looking forward to making a scarf with this pattern. I’m curious, what is the gauge for this pattern?

    1. Thanks, Colleen,

      I didn’t measure the gauge for this unfortunately when I wrote this a few years ago.

      Krista

  8. Does this stitch have a name? I have an alpha file for all stitches I’ve tried along with the instructions and my personal comments. Thanks!

    1. Hi,

      It does not that I am aware of. It was just a combo of stitches I put together. 🙂

      Happy Crocheting!

      Krista

  9. I was looking for a scarf pattern for an 8 year old boy. I found this pattern. It is perfect! It is a fun, quick pattern and looks very nice. I am using red heart yarn in camoflough. Thanks for sharing the pattern.

  10. Anonymous says:

    I am making this now with grey acrylic/alpaca and it is a fun pattern to work! Thank you for sharing!

  11. How do I get this pattern ? I am just learning how to crochet ??

  12. Stella Makau says:

    i like the pattern. i will try and share as requested.
    thanks

  13. Hi there, is there any way that I can get a PDF of this pattern. It’s so pretty. Thank you.

    1. Hi Terry,
      I am trying to convert most of my patterns to PDF’s (slowly) but I am getting there! 🙂

  14. Michelle L. says:

    I love this! Thank you for sharing. Can you please give the multiples so I can widen or narrow it as desired? I think this would make a gorgeous throw.

  15. Thank you for this beautiful stitch pattern! I used it to work up some scarves with local school colors.

  16. Tried this pattern last night love it but not sure about the stitch 2nd ch from hook I end up with an extra stitch.. do I actually crochet into the base of the last stitch? Thanks Denise

    1. Hi Denise,
      You will crochet into the 2nd st from the hook, work the pattern across and you should end up with 20 stitches.

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