This crochet Chain Scarf (or necklace) is another road trip project, which I made during one of our trips while my husband was driving. This crochet scarf is very easy to make and it would be a perfect project for beginners! You only need to know how to do a chain and single crochet.
This crochet Chain Scarf could be worn in a couple of different ways and you can embellish it with a large button, pin, crochet flower, etc.
The pattern for the Chain Scarf is also available as a print-friendly, styled and advertisement-free PDF in my Etsy shop. The pattern also includes instructions for the Irish Rose.
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Crochet Chain Scarf – Crochet Pattern
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(See a list of crochet abbreviations used in patterns by yarn industry designers and publishers HERE)
Ch – chain
SC – single crochet
Sl St – slip stitch
For this crochet chain scarf, you will need worsted, medium weight yarn – 2 strands.
As you need to work with 2 strands of yarn, you need to have either 2 skeins of yarn or divide your skein into two balls. For this scarf 1 skein is enough.
For the little wrap you will need worsted, medium weight yarn – 1 strand and crochet hook G/6 – 4.25 mm
Optional: a large wooden button, little stars buttons or buttons of your choice.
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Chain until you reach the desired size of your scarf. While I was making my chain, I was wrapping it around my neck to see how long it needs to be. Depending on what you want, you can make it longer or shorter, with more or fewer chain loops. The more individual loops your scarf has, the thicker it will be. My scarf has 9 loops.
After you have made the chain for your scarf long enough, form your scarf, make sure that ends meet together and make Sl St into the very first chain of the scarf.
Cut the end, leaving a 10”-12” inches tail. Using this tail, wrap it tightly around all loops 7-8 times. Make a knot to secure.
Then using a yarn needle, secure and weave in all ends.
If you wish, now you can wear your scarf as a necklace as is.
Or, you can embellish it with crochet Cherry Blossom Flower.
Also, you can make a little wrap and embellish it with a large button, crochet appliqué, pin or another embellishment of your choice.
To make such wrap, use 1 strand of yarn and crochet hook G/6 – 4.25 mm.
Row 1. Working into the back rib of the chain, SC into 2-nd Ch from the hook and into each St to the end of the Row. Ch 1 and turn.
Row 2-8. SC into each St to the end of the Row. Ch 1 and turn.
Row 9. SC into each St to the end of the Row.
Fasten off and weave in the ends.
Wrap this piece around the scarf, using a sewing needle and matching thread, sew it from the back, then make a couple of stitches through the scarf to secure wrap more and prevent from sliding.
Now is the fun part – embellish your crochet chain scarf!
I decided to embellish my scarf with crochet Irish Rose.
I hope you will enjoy this easy crochet chain scarf!
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