Forever Crochet Scarf Pattern

Find the free crochet scarf pattern below.

Are you looking for an easy to crochet scarf that has an interesting design? If so, I am so happy to introduce the newest pattern on Easy crochet… the forever crochet scarf!

The name comes from the continuous lines the puff stitches create and the way it seems like it could go on forever.

This crochet scarf pattern looks challenging, but it isn’t! I promise!

If you are ready to learn how to crochet a scarf scroll down to find the free pattern!

Keep on reading to learn more!

The Yarn That You’ll Want to Use for This Scarf

I used Red Heart Soft which is a 100% acrylic yarn for my project because it has such a soft texture and is easy to work with. I picked the colorway off-white because it is neutral and goes well with any outfit.

If you can’t find the suggested yarn Caron Simply Soft will work great as an alternative.

The Stitches

If you are new to puff stitches in crochet, then you are in for a treat! The puff stitches really give that something extra special to this design because they are thick and fluffy.

Learn more about the puff stitch below.

Crochet Stitches for a Scarf

I Hope You Enjoy This Pattern

This scarf is quite fun to make because of the simple stitches so it works up extra fast! If you have any questions along the way please feel free to send me an email.

Enjoy and Happy Crocheting!

Forever Crochet Scarf Pattern

Skill Level: Intermediate

Materials

  • Less than two skeins of Red Heart Soft Yarn in off-white or any medium four weight yarn 350 yards
  • 6.00 mm J crochet hook
  • yarn needle
  • scissors

Abbreviations

  • PUFF (as worked in this pattern) : yo, insert hook in indicted st, yo, pull up a loop, {yo, insert hook into same st, yo, and draw up a loop} three times, yo and draw through all loops on hook
  • SC = single crochet
  • ST = stitch
  • CH = chain
  • YO = yarn over
  • FPSC = front post single crochet

Notes

  • Gauge is approximately 6 SC for every 4″
  • Each puff is approximately .5″
  • Finished Size = 8.5″ width & 47″ length
  • Written in standard US terms

Pattern Steps

Add to Ravelry

CH 21

ROW 1: in 2nd ch from hook SC, PUFF in next ST, SC in next 16 ST’s , PUFF in next ST, SC, turn. (20)

ROW 2: CH 1, starting in 2nd ST from the hook SC, SC In each ST across, turn. (20)

ROW 3: CH 1, starting in 2nd ST from the hook SC, SC in next ST, PUFF in next ST, SC in next 14 ST’s , PUFF in next ST, sc, sc, turn. (20)

ROW 4: repeat row 2. (20)

ROW 5: CH 1, in 2nd ST from hook SC, SC, SC, PUFF, SC in next 12 ST’s, PUFF, SC, SC, SC, turn. (20)

ROW 6: repeat row 2. (20)

ROW 7: CH 1, in 2nd ST from hook SC, SC, SC, SC, PUFF, SC in next 10 ST’s, PUFF, SC, SC, SC, SC, turn. (20)

ROW 8: repeat row 2. (20)

ROW 9: CH 1, in 2nd ST from hook SC, SC, SC, SC, SC, PUFF, SC in next 8 ST’s, PUFF, SC, SC, SC, SC, SC, turn. (20)

ROW 10: repeat row 2. (20)

ROW 11: CH 1, in 2nd ST from hook SC, SC, SC, SC, SC, SC, PUFF, SC in next 6 ST’s, PUFF, SC, SC, SC, SC, SC, SC, turn. (20)

ROW 12: repeat row 2. (20)

ROW 13: CH 1, in 2nd ST from hook SC, SC, SC, SC, SC, SC, SC PUFF, SC in next 4 ST’s, PUFF, SC, SC, SC, SC, SC, SC, SC, turn. (20)

ROW 14: repeat row 2. (20)

ROW 15: CH 1, in 2nd ST from hook SC, SC, SC, SC, SC, SC, SC, SC, PUFF, SC in next 2 ST’s, PUFF, SC, SC, SC, SC, SC, SC, SC, SC, turn. (20)

ROW 16: repeat row 2. (20)

ROW 17: CH 1, in 2nd ST from hook SC, SC, SC, SC, SC, SC, SC, SC, SC, PUFF ,PUFF, SC, SC, SC, SC, SC, SC, SC, SC, SC, turn. (20)

ROW 18: repeat row 2. (20)

ROW 19: repeat row 15. (20)

ROW 20: repeat row 2. (20)

ROW 21: repeat row 13. (20)

ROW 22: repeat row 2. (20)

ROW 23: repeat row 11. (20)

ROW 24: repeat row 2. (20)

ROW 25: repeat row 9. (20)

ROW 26: repeat row 2. (20)

ROW 27: repeat row 7. (20)

ROW 28: repeat row 2. (20)

ROW 29: repeat row 5. (20)

ROW 30: repeat row 2. (20)

ROW 31: repeat row 3. (20)

ROW 32: repeat row 2. (20)

ROW 33: repeat row 1. (20)

ROW 34: repeat row 2. (20)

ROW 35: repeat row 1. (20)

ROW 36: repeat row 2. (20)

ROW 37: repeat row 3. (20)

ROW 38: repeat row 2. (20)

ROW 39: repeat row 5. (20)

ROW 40: repeat row 2. (20)

ROW 41: repeat row 7. (20)

ROW 42: repeat row 2. (20)

ROW 43: repeat row 9. (20)

ROW 44: repeat row 2. (20)

ROW 45: repeat row 11. (20)

ROW 46: repeat row 2. (20)

ROW 47: repeat row 13. (20)

ROW 48: repeat row 2. (20)

ROW 49: repeat row 15. (20)

ROW 50: repeat row 2. (20)

ROW 51: repeat row 17. (20)

ROW 52: repeat row 2. (20)

ROW 53: repeat row 15. (20)

ROW 54: repeat row 2. (20)

ROW 55: repeat row 13. (20)

ROW 56: repeat row 2. (20)

ROW 57: repeat row 11. (20)

ROW 58: repeat row 2. (20)

ROW 59: repeat row 9. (20)

ROW 60: repeat row 2. (20)

ROW 61: repeat row 7. (20)

ROW 62: repeat row 2. (20)

ROW 63: repeat row 5. (20)

ROW 64: repeat row 2. (20)

ROW 65: repeat row 3. (20)

ROW 66: repeat row 2. (20)

ROW 67: repeat row 1. (20)

ROW 68: repeat row 2. (20)

ROW 69: repeat row 1. (20)

ROW 70-136: repeat rows 36-69 two more times

ROW 137: repeat row 2. (20)

Do not fasten off

HOW TO DO THE SCARF BORDER:

Round 1:

  • Do 3 SC in last ST to form a corner
  • Along the long edge work 136 SC’s evenly (1 for every row space along long edge)
Forever Scarf - Crochet Pattern by Easy Crochet
  • work 18 SC’s along short edge (1st row of scarf)
  • do 3 SC’s in last ST for form a corner
  • along the other long edge work 136 SC’s evenly (1 for every row)
  • do 3 SC’s in last ST to form a corner
  • do 18 SC’s along edge. SC into 2nd ST of first corner, do not fasten off.
BORDER EDGE:
  • CH 1, SC in same st as last SC, (work along long edge of scarf), SC in every ST across, ending with last SC in 2nd ST of corner, turn. (136)
  • CH 1, FPSC around 1st SC from previous row. FPSC around every SC from previous row across. (136) SL ST to 2nd ST of corner.
FINISHING:

Weave in loose ends throughout with yarn needle.

Thanks for stopping by! I hope you enjoyed the forever crochet scarf pattern! Also, I would love to see your finished scarves on Instagram using the hashtag #easycrochetcom.

11 Comments

  1. Lacii Wagner says:

    Hi Krista!

    I have been trying to make this on and off for over a year and keep getting so frustrated. It seems that I always end up with an extra vertical row on one side of my work. I have been really careful to start with a slip stitch and chain 21. Is that my problem? Should I be counting the slip stitch as one? Please help 🙁

  2. it says the patter is not there.. can you send it to me.. thanks L love the scarf…

  3. Chelin Fusco says:

    Thank you for sharing this lovely pattern.

  4. You create the prettiest crochet pieces Krista! How can I get this pattern in a print-friendly format? I was able to print it, but there’s all kinds of extraneous fluff that is interfering with the pattern directions. : (
    I can’t wait to start this one! (I just hope I actually finish it…..I have about a dozen projects in process now haha!)
    Thanks for all your posts & patterns!!

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