Fantastic Fall Scarf, a Free Crochet Pattern

This easy crochet scarf pattern is perfect for the cooler months ahead! If you’re anything like me, then you will be outside at soccer games, football games and will need something to keep yourself warm with.

If this scarf sounds like the right fit, then, read on down to find the full free crochet pattern! I promise you’ll love that it uses easy stitches and crochets up fast! Enjoy and….

Happy Crocheting!

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The free Fall scarf crochet pattern can be found below.

Free & Easy Crochet Scarf Pattern

Fall is sneaking up on us fast, so you might as well be ready with our newest crochet scarf pattern, the Fantastic Fall Scarf Free Crochet Pattern! It is easy to work up, and the best part is that it is a FREE design.

I designed the fantastic fall scarf crochet pattern for beginners in mind. I consider it easy because of the simple stitches used, like the half double crochet & single crochet.

Almost any level crocheter will love it too because it works up in just one evening.

Just think Netflix and crochet!

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The Yarn for this Fall Scarf

When deciding which yarn to use for this scarf, I ended up using Charisma Tweed Yarn in Cream because of the beautiful neutral shades. It is a 100% acrylic bulky #5 yarn.

It works up easy on a crochet hook. Plus, it is extra cozy too! I think this would look great in any color! Just imagine it in tweed blue or even a bright red.

If you can’t find this yarn I recommend Color Made Easy or Woolspun by Lion brand as alternatives.

Just beautiful!

If you think you are ready to tackle this simple scarf, then keep on reading down for the free fall scarf crochet pattern!

Happy Scarf Crocheting!

Fantastic Fall Crochet Pattern

Skill Level: Basic

Shopping List

  • Crochet hook size N 9.00 MM (I used a Boye Hook)
  • Yarn needle
  • Two skeins (186 yards) of Charisma Tweed Yarn from Micheal’s in cream or any Bulky 5 yarns.
  • Scissors
  • Measuring tape

Crochet Abbreviations

Finished Size

  • The finished scarf size is approximately 74″ long x 6″ wide in inches.
  • To make the scarf smaller or larger, chain an even number +1.


  • Gauge is 8 stitches for every 4″
  • Pattern is written in standard US terms
  • Use our Scarf Size Chart to figure out the perfect sized crochet scarf.

Pattern Permissions

This is an original pattern created by Krista Cagle for Easy Crochet. You MAY sell items made from this pattern. If you choose to sell items made from this pattern, please link it back to me at for credit. Please do not use my pictures to sell your items. PLEASE DO NOT COPY, SHARE (except for a link), ADJUST OR RESELL MY PATTERN

Thank you for respecting my work.

Pattern Steps

Foundation Row: ch 110 +1

Row 1: starting in the 2nd ch from hook hdc, * sk 1 ch, hdc 2 times in the next ch, repeat from * across ending with 1 hdc in last ch, turn. (110)

Row 2: ch 1, starting in the first st sc, *sk 1 st, sc 2 times in next st, repeat from * across ending with 1 sc in last st, turn. (110)

Row 3: ch1, starting in the first st hdc, * sk 1 st, hdc 2 times in next st, repeat from * across ending with 1 hdc in last st, turn. (110

Row 4: repeat row 2. (110)

Row 5: repeat row 3. (110)

Row 6: repeat row 2. (110)

Row 7: repeat row 3. (110)

Row 8: repeat row 2. (110)

Row 9: repeat row 3. (110)

Finishing: fasten off yarn and weave in loose ends throughout scarf with the yarn needle.

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  2. I wanted to make a scarf for my grand niece, she is 4 months old. I found this pattern and it was perfect. Thank you for letting people have access to it. I wish I could send you the pic as it turned out just to precious. I don’t have Instagram Again thank you so much. Oh, I got it done in one afternoon.

  3. Krista, Great pattern, thank you. Can this be made with worsted weight yarn? If so, which hook do you recommend? I want to work up some quick Christmas for my hair salon. Thanks!

    1. Good Afternoon Maelene,

      You definitely could. I’d used a 6 mm hook for medium weight yarn or whatever hook size it recommends on the yarn package.

      Happy Crocheting!


      1. Hi Hannah,

        You’d chain any even number starting chain + 1. Directions how to change size were in the notes section, but I switched it to a separate section, so it’s easier to find.

        Happy Crocheting!


  4. I made this a year ago and it remains one of my favorite crocheted items to date. Thanks so much for sharing the pattern!!

  5. I am trying to find acrotchet pattern that has a straight panel and then a popcorn pattern next and repeats
    Pattern until finished. Thank so much Tina Stanley

  6. Such a beautiful lush pattern. Worked up quick enough for a Christmas present. I used Wool-Ease in Fossil and it’s so pretty I may have to make a scarf for myself.

  7. Hi. I noticed that you said to use bulky 6 in the explanation, but then you said bulky 5 in your shopping list. Which size is appropriate for this pattern?

    1. Hi Monica,
      Yes it is correct. A lot of things can change the size such as gauge & the yarn used. I would aim to get 8 stitches for every 4″ of the scarf to get the finished size as stated for each row. Happy Crocheting!

  8. Hi Krista,

    Thank you for answering my question. One more! I notice it says use hook N 9mm. Should I be using N (10 MM) or M (9 MM)?

    Thanks again! Have a lovely weekend.

    1. Glad to help! 🙂

      It should be a 9 mm. Unfortunately different companies use N as a 9mm and other use it as a 10 mm. As long it is a 9 mm you are good to go. 🙂


  9. Hi! I am a beginner. Just so I don’t mess this up. When you say repeat from across do you mean for example on Row one that after the 2 HDC in one chain, you skip the next chain and then in the following do 1 HDC (aka starting the pattern over)?

    Also If I am chaining 111 originally what happened to that 111th stitch?

    Thanks so much !

    1. Hi Jillian,

      Welcome to crochet! You will love it! 🙂

      As for the first question you will repeat from * symbol across. So the pattern will be a repeat of sk 1 st, hdc 2 times in next st. As for the chain 111, you will be starting row 1 in the second chain from the hook so that ch 1 will be the ch that is (skipped) when you start in the 2nd chain from the hook. 🙂 Hope that makes sense! if you have anymore questions please feel free to ask. 🙂


  10. For the ‘Fall Scarf, can you clarify if the suitable yarn should be bulky 5 or bulky 6? I am very new at this and want to get the correct yarn so I can try this pattern.

    Thank you for all of these wonderful patterns and great supporting photos!

    1. Hi Cindy! 🙂

      You will need 2 skeins (186 yards) of charisma tweed yarn from Micheal’s in Cream or any Bulky 5 yarn. The rest of the materials you will need are listed on the pattern page. Good luck crocheting and have fun! 🙂

  11. Thank you for this pattern. I am a chef that was severely burned at work 2 years ago and have been using crochet as therapy for my fingers, arm, and hand. Getting some yarn and starting this project.

  12. Love the look of this scarf. Excellent job designing it. I will be making one of these for sure. Thanks for the great instructions.
    Have a great day!
    PS – Rescued paws are dear to my heart. All of my “kids” are rescued.

      1. Thank you! I have a friend that is wanting to make this and I will be helping her. I can’t wait to get her started on it!

  13. lovve your easy paterns thank you not much klowlege with computer but just as easy is your paterns im learnoing
    thank you

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