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Crochet Skinny Scarf

Introducing the Crochet Skinny Scarf, a fashionable accessory that will add a touch of elegance to any outfit. This unique scarf is crafted using the art of crochet, a technique that involves creating intricate patterns with a hook and yarn. The result is a lightweight and delicate scarf that drapes beautifully around the neck.Whether you're dressing up for a special occasion or simply want to add a bit of flair to your everyday look, the Crochet Skinny Scarf is a versatile accessory that can be styled in a variety of ways. Wrap it around your neck for a classic look, or tie it in a loose knot for a more relaxed vibe. The possibilities are endless with this chic and trendy scarf. So why wait? Add a touch of elegance to your wardrobe with the Crochet Skinny Scarf today! 


DK weight number 3 yarn

4.5 mm hook

DK weight yarn

Yarn needle





Sk skip

Ch Chain(es)

Dc Double crochet

St(es) Stitch(es)


18 sts by 7 rows = 4” by 4”


410yds/5.3oz. 375m/150g m. The sample used Luxe merino by Loops and threads. Colour Bridal Rose


4.75” wide

72” long


Pattern is one size but can be modified to make the scarf even skinnier or wider. However, remember that the modifications will affect the yardage.

Multiples of 7 plus 4 is needed to work the pattern and it is 1 row repeat.

Ch 3 counts as a stitch so work on it.


Ch 25

Row 1: Dc in the 4th ch from the hook. Sk 2 chs, (3dc, ch1, 3dc) in the 3rd ch. Sk 2 chs, dc in the next 2 chs. * Sk 2 chs, (3dc, ch1, 3dc) in the next ch. sk 2 ch, dc in the next 2 chs. Repeat from the * to the end of the row. Ch 3 & turn.

Row 2: *dc in the next st. (3dc, ch1 3dc) in the chain 1 sp. Dc in the next 2 sts. Repeat from * to the last st, dc in the last st. Ch 3 & turn.

Repeat row 2 until you reach row 140.

Cut yarn and fasten off.


Go back to the first row. Join yarn, ch 3 and dc in the next st. *(3dc, ch 1, 3dc) in the same st. dc in the next 2 sts. Repeat from * to the end of row. Cut yarn and fasten off. Weave all the ends


1.Wrap yarn around a book: this depends on how long the fringe will be. The book I used is 6” long

2.Wrap yarn around it and cut the strips on one end of the book.

3. Fold the strips in half

4. Insert hook on each stitch on the edge of the blanket. Pull the strip back through and hook the yarn at the middle.

5.Pull through and get the loop with index and thumb. Reach through the loop, grab the tail and pull until the knot is snug.

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