Crochet Cozy Winter Mega Scarf
Introducing the Cozy Winter Mega Scarf, a crochet masterpiece that will keep you warm and stylish throughout the chilly season. This scarf is not your ordinary accessory; it's a statement piece that exudes elegance and comfort. Handcrafted with love and attention to detail, each stitch is carefully woven to create a luxurious texture that feels incredibly soft against your skin. Crafted using high-quality yarn, this scarf is not only fashionable but also durable, making it a long-lasting investment for your winter wardrobe. The intricate crochet pattern adds a touch of uniqueness, setting it apart from mass-produced scarves. With its timeless design and impeccable craftsmanship, the Cozy Winter Mega Scarf is a must-have accessory that will keep you fashionably warm all season long.
- P (12.0 mm) crochet hook
- 416 yards of super bulky/#6 weight yarn (I used 4 balls of Udon from Hobbii in the “Purple Rain” “Sage” “Pink Berry Smoothie” and “Deep Ocean”)
- Yarn/tapestry needle
- Measuring Tape
- 11 inches wide
- 85 inches long
- Fringe adds 10 inches to either side for a total of 20 inches
- To work a spike stitch in this scarf, work it as you would a normal single crochet stitch but instead of working it into the stitch, reach down and work it into the space under the stitch to elongate it.
- For a deeper, taller looking spike stitch work the stitch even further down in your work.
- Easily change the scarf width by adjusting the multiple of the starting chain (see below for multiple)
- Change the length of the scarf by working more rows or trimming the fringe longer/shorter.
Cozy Winter Mega Scarf Pattern:
- Ch 18 (to change the width, work in any multiple of 3)
- Row 1: work a hdc into the third ch from the hook. Work a hdc in each ch across
- Rows 2-21: ch 2 (counts as a hdc) and turn. Work a hdc into the next stitch and in each stitch across. Work a hdc into the topmost chain of the turning chain.
- Row 22: ch 1 (counts as a sc) and turn. *Work a sc into the next stitch, then a spike stitch into the next stitch. Repeat from * across, then work a sc into the topmost chain of the turning chain.
- Row 23: ch 2 (counts as a hdc) and turn. Work a hdc into the next stitch and in each stitch across. Work a hdc into the topmost chain of the turning chain.
- Repeat rows 2-23 until the scarf until three colors are worked, then work rows 2-21 on that last color.
- If you would like, use some of the left over yarn (if you have some) to add fringe to either end. I used all of the colors for my fringe, but you can do any color combo you like!
Finishing & Assembly:
- Trim fringe neatly across, weave in any ends and your scarf is ready to wear!