Simple Crochet Scarf Pattern for Beginners

This easy crochet infinity scarf pattern for beginners is the perfect quick pattern to make today!

After you learn how to crochet this scarf be sure to check out the reader favorite one hour cowl too!

EASY crochet scarf pattern for beginners

I hope you enjoy this quick crochet pattern.

Happy Crocheting.

Easy to Crochet Scarf for All Skill Levels

I somehow found time between all the Christmas parties, cookies and present opening to design this simple crochet scarf pattern and I love how it turned out!

Read on down to find the free crochet scarf pattern for beginners to get started today!

The Yarn You’ll Want to Use to Make This Beginner-Friendly Scarf

I used Loops & Threads® Country Loom™ Yarn from Michaels in shale. This was my first time using this bulky yarn and I have to say I really loved it.

It is super soft and the shale color is so beautiful with its mixture of gray, brown and tan tones. Take a look at the Country Loom yarn and let me know what you think.

You only need less than 2 skeins of this yarn and the color combinations are endless because of the great variety that Michaels stores carries. If you can’t find this yarn Lion Brand Homespun is a great alternative!

Chunky Crochet Scarf

Use One Easy Crochet Stitch to Make this Simple Crochet Scarf

I decided to use a simple double crochet stitch for this entire pattern so it would be perfect for beginner crocheters. It really is a quick one hour project!

Please read on down for the free, simple crochet scarf pattern.

Happy Crocheting!

Chunky Scarf Pattern to Crochet

Chunky Infinity Scarf Beginner Crochet Pattern

Skill Level: Basic

Materials

Notes

  • Gauge is 6 double crochets for every 4″
  • The finished dimension is approximately a 60″ circumference and 8″ width.
  • Written in standard US terms
Simple Crochet Scarf Pattern :: Easy Crochet

The Free Crochet Scarf Cowl Pattern

Round 1: With Crochet Hook Chain 90 and Join together with a slip stitch to form a circle being careful not to twist yarn.(90)

Round 2: Chain 2, double crochet in each chain around (FYI: this yarn is forgiving because it is so bulky!! If you mess up it hides imperfections perfectly!!) Slip stitch to top of first double crochet. (90)

Round 3: Chain 2, double crochet in each stitch around  Slip stitch to top of first double crochet. (90)

Round 4-8: Repeat Round 3. (90)

Finishing: Fasten off and weave in loose ends with yarn needle.

You Are Done!

Wasn’t that simple? I love quick and easy projects! If you make this simple crochet scarf please share it with me on Instagram @rescuedpawdesigns with the #easycrochetcom.

Simple 1 Skein Chunky Crochet Cowl Pattern
chunky crochet cowl pattern

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17 Comments

  1. With this work using just regular homespun yarn not the thick and quick

    1. Hi Angela, It would, but it would not turn out to be the same size since the regular homespun is not as chunky. I would suggest holding two skeins together at the same time to try to get a similar thickness.

      Happy Crocheting!

      Krista

  2. Can I make this with a bulky yarn instead of super bulky?

  3. alex hall says:

    hi, just wondering if it uses exactly 208yards as the wool I’d like to use comes in skiens of 88yards. thanks!

    1. Hi Alex,

      It is a little less than 208 yards but I am not sure exactly how much since it has been awhile since I made this.

      Krista

  4. If I want to make this bigger just add more chains to the foundation row? Is there a multiple number I need to use? Love the color!

    1. Hi Jill,

      You are correct! Just add any amount of chains. Hope this helps.

      Krista

  5. Which hook size do you recommend, you mention 9mm N (a 9 mm hook is M, a 10 mm hook is N)?

    1. Hi Laura,
      9 mm can be marked M & N it all depends on the brand. Hope this helps.

  6. Krista, can this be started with a foundation double crochet? Also I would like to make it 16″ wide.

  7. Deb Poole says:

    Sooooo….your pattern says to “be careful not to twist the yarn” (chain). If I do, does it make a huge difference?? (I’m reluctant to pull out my first row, even though I did twist it 🙁 )
    Thanks for any advice you can provide!
    Signed,
    Lazy crocheter! 😉

    1. No it doesn’t matter I suppose. You will just have a twisted scarf 🙂 lol 🙂

      1. Deb Poole says:

        Thanks, Krista! I just continued…..I REALLY wanted to assess how it turned out. So fun – great pattern!! NOW I have a “mobius simple double crochet scarf”!! Hehehe!
        I’m definitely doing another – correctly this time! 😀

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