Free pattern: Chunky Crochet Scarf

by Olia


Child size – 8.3 x 59.1 in (21×150 cm)

Adult size – 10.2 x 78.7 in (26×200 cm)


  • Crochet hook 12 mm – U.S. P (UK 000)
  • Scissors


Super Bulky weight yarn. Each skein is 100 gr (approx. 96 m each). You will need 2// 3 skeins.

Featured yarn – Andes of Drops Design® 

Yarn alternatives suggestions – Petite Wool by WAK ( Their yarn is my favorite organic wool. Get discount 10 euro on your first order with my code MGMEY3P9G (place it in the “discount code” field at checkout).

If you are allergic to wool, you can use Wool-Ease® Thick & Quick® Yarn  of Lion Brand.


6 sts / 3 rows to make a square swatch 4×4 in (10×10 cm) of double (UK treble) crochet with 12 mm crochet hook (U.S. – P, UK – 000). Please, pay attention to the gauge! Adjust your stitches count accordingly if the ready swatch is smaller/larger than 4×4 in (10×10 cm). Or you can use crochet hook one size bigger/ smaller.


This scarf is crocheted using double (UK treble) crochet stitch.


in – inches                                      cm – centimeters

st– stitch                                        sts /stitches

ch – chain stitch                              DC – double (UK treble) crochet


This scarf is worked back and forth. Instructions for adult size are written after // symbol.

Chain 15 // 18 sts leaving 4in (10 cm) yarn tail.

Row 1: DC in the 3rd ch from the hook, DC in each chain until the end of the row, ch 3, turn.

Row 2: DC in the 2nd DC from the previous row, DC in each st until the end of the row, last DC in 2nd ch of ch3 of the previous row, ch 3, turn.

Repeat row 2 until your scarf will measure 59.1 in (150 cm) // 78.7 in (200 cm) and bind off leaving 4in (10 cm) yarn tail. Make fringes on both ends of the scarf following the tutorial here.

You can download printable pattern PDF here. Check my other free patterns here.

I would LOVE to see how your project turned out! Share your beautiful work (in progress or finished) and tag me @olga_zhudro on Instagram. If you have any questions, please leave them in comments below. Happy making!

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