Make your own stylish, chunky, tasseled super scarf with this free crochet scarf pattern. Learn how to crochet a scarf that’s easy and cute too! I originally shared this pattern at Crafts Unleashed. This post contains affiliate links, which help to support this site at no extra cost to you. Thanks! 🙂
It is finally acting like it might actually get cold here, and that means I am ready for all the sweaters, all the jackets, all the boots, and all the scarves. I really only get to wear fun wintry clothing for like maybe two months if I’m lucky, so I try to really make the most of it. Ha!
This year I wanted to crochet myself a new scarf. I’ve been loving the big blanket scarf trend, and wanted to try my hand at a crocheted version. I really love the way this scarf turned out. It is a lot of fun to wear and will definitely keep you (or whoever you make it for) warm!
I love the look of that ribbed stitch paired with lots and lots of tassels. This crocheted rib stitch is one of my favorite stitches to work. It is super easy to do and creates a nice, stretchy fabric. This finished scarf is just over six feet long and about 10 inches wide, but if you want an even longer or wider scarf, the pattern is easy to adapt. Ready to get crocheting?
Chunky Tassel Crochet Scarf Supplies:
- About 540 yards of a Size 6 Super Bulky yarn (I used 6 balls of All Things You Acrylic & Wool Blend in Fleece White)
- Size M (9.00 mm) Crochet Hook
- Finishing Needle
Chunky Tassel Crochet Scarf Pattern
Please Note: This pattern is free for personal use only. Please do not redistribute or sell this pattern. If you would like to share the pattern with a friend, please share the link. Thank you!
This pattern uses American crochet terms.
Gauge: 8 hdc = 4 inches
The finished scarf is about 76 inches long by 10 inches wide (not including tassels).
Stitches and Abbreviations Used:
- Chain (ch)
- Stitch (st)
- Single Crochet (sc)
- Half Double Crochet (hdc)
Row 1: Ch 155, sc in 2nd ch from hook and each remaining chain (154 sc) OR work 154 foundation single crochet stitches (learn how to work the foundation single crochet stitch here). (To adjust the length of your scarf, use any number of stitches equal to a multiple of 3 + 1.) Turn.
Row 2: Ch 2 (counts as hdc), hdc in next st and each remaining st (154 hdc). Turn.
Row 3: Ch 2 (counts as hdc), working in back loops only (see image below), hdc in next st and each remaining st. Turn.
Rows 4-19: Repeat Row 3. (To adjust the width of your scarf, decrease or increase the number of rows in this section.)
Row 20: Ch 1, sc in same st, sc in each remaining st (154 sc). Finish off. Weave in ends with your finishing needle.
When your scarf is crocheted, it is time to add on tassels!
How to Add Tassels to a Scarf
- Cut a length of yarn about two feet long (or longer if you want longer tassels).
- Fold the piece of yarn in half.
- Pull that doubled length through a corner stitch of one of the long sides of the scarf using your crochet hook.
- Thread the tails of the yarn through the loop and pull to tighten.
- Repeat these steps to attach tassels to every third stitch.
- Use your scissors to trim the tassels to the same length.
When you are done attaching and trimming your tassels, your scarf is done and ready to wear or gift!
(P.S. I got that jacket at Old Navy, and I love it and wear it all the time. )
If you make your own chunky tassel crochet scarf, then I want to see it! I’d love if you posted it to my facebook page or tagged me on instagram. It really makes my day. And I always appreciate it when you share or pin any of my patterns! Thank you!
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