This free, quick and easy crochet scarf pattern is a fun modern take on the classic granny square pattern!
If you love making granny squares, granny blankets or anything granny in crochet then you will love this simple granny crochet scarf!
I can’t wait for you to explore all the fun patterns below!
Crochet Granny Blog Hop!
I was so excited when I was asked to join along with some other great crochet designers on the Great Granny Blog Hop of 2017! You can find links to all their patterns at the bottom of this post after you are done looking over the simple granny scarf pattern! (GIVEAWAY CLOSED!)
Also, don’t forget to enter to win all SIX granny patterns and yarn needed from Lion Brand Yarn below! 🙂
The Yarn That’s Perfect for This Granny Stitch Scarf
I designed the simple granny scarf in color blocks of color because I love the color-blocked look! If the combination of colors is too much then I would suggest you crochet this in just one color for a classic simple look!
For this pattern, I used Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice because I love how well it lasts with all the wear that scarves can get! You will thank me later! 🙂
Add Fringe Too
If you live on the wild side and would like your simple granny scarf to be a little less simple I have included instructions below on how add fringe! I know fringe isn’t for everyone so that’s why this is an optional addition to your granny scarf!
Simple Granny Scarf Pattern
Skill Level: Easy
- Vanna’s Choice Yarn in Linen, Dusty Blue, and Chocolate. You will need 1 skein of Linen, 2 Blue, and 1 Chocolate or any medium weight four yarn.
- Size I 5.5 mm crochet hook. I used a Clover Hook.
- Yarn needle
Each row is approx 8″ wide
8 ” wide by 52″ long without fringe.
- CH = chain
- SK = Skip
- DC = Double Crochet
- ST = Stitch
- Written in standard US terms.
- You will need to know how to change colors in crochet for this simple granny scarf pattern.
- Click Here to learn how to change colors in crochet
Free Crochet Granny Scarf Pattern
FOUNDATION ROW: With the Vanna’s Choice Yarn in Dusty Blue (affiliate link) or first choice of color, Ch 23. Starting in the second ch from the hook sc, sc in each ch across, turn. (22)
ROW 1: Ch 3, in first st dc, *sk 2 st’s, dc 3 times in next st, repeat from * across until you are left with 3 st’s, sk 2 st’s and dc 2 times in the last st, turn. (22)
ROW 2: Ch 3, in first sk 2 space dc 3 times, dc in each sk 2 space across ending with 1 dc in the top of the chain 3 from the previous row, turn. (22)
ROW 3 – 13: Repeat Rows 1 – 2 alternatively. (22)
ROW 14: Change color to Vanna’s Choice Yarn in Linen (affiliate link), ch 1, sc in every stitch across, including turning chain from the row before, turn. (22)
ROW 15: Ch 1, sc in every st across, including last turning chain from the row before, turn. (22)
Row 16-28: Repeat Rows 1-13 with Vanna’s Choice Yarn in Chocolate. (22)
ROW 29-30: Using Linen yarn color – Repeat Rows 14 & 15. (22)
ROW 31 – 43: Repeat Rows 1-13 with Vanna’s Choice Yarn in Dusty Blue. (22)
ROW 44-45: Using Linen yarn color – Repeat Rows 14 & 15. (22)
ROW 46-58: Repeat Rows 1-13 with Vanna’s Choice Yarn in Chocolate. (22)
ROW 59-60: Using Linen yarn color – Repeat Rows 14 & 15. (22)
ROW 61 – 73: Repeat Rows 1-13 with Vanna’s Choice Yarn in Dusty Blue. (22)
ROW 74: Ch 1 with Dusty Blue and SC in every ST across including the last turning chain from the row before. (22)
Fasten off, pick up your yarn needle and weave in all the loose ends throughout the scarf. If you are adding fringe then you are not quite done! Read on down to find out how to finish your simple granny scarf! 🙂
Adding Fringe – Optional
Adding the fringe is simple! Check out my step-by-step tutorial on how to add fringe to crochet patterns and projects! It’s easy. I promise!
I added 8 fringe pieces (3 pieces of cut yarn each in Linen) evenly across the bottom of each end of the scarf with a crochet hook and should look something like pictured below.
Again, please feel free to use the tutorial linked to above on how to add fringe if help is needed! If you are not a fringe type of person then go ahead and skip this part and wear the scarf as color-blocked grannies!
More Granny Crochet Patterns to Try
- Nicole from www.naturallynoracrochet.com
- Jess from https://makeanddocrew.com/crochet-granny-stitch-shawl-free-pattern
- ChiWei from https://www.1dogwoof.com/love-triangles-granny-stripe-baby-blanket/
- Jessica from https://www.mamainastitch.com/yellow-brick-road-blanket/
- Krista https://easycrochet.com/2017/09/25/simple-granny-scarf/
- Michele https://www.stitchandhustle.com/blog/great-granny-blog-hop-2017
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