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How to Crochet a Super Bulky Scarf

Updated January 11, 2018
How to Crochet a Super Bulky Scarf
How to Crochet a Super Bulky Scarf

Learn how to work with super bulky yarn and a large crochet hook to crochet a super bulky scarf just in time for this winter. This super bulky crochet scarf is only 9 stitches wide because of how thick the yarn is, so you can work up a long scarf (maybe even a super scarf) in just one evening, depending on how fast you crochet.

Working with super bulky yarn can be a little tricky at times, so we also have some tips to get you through it. Watch this helpful video from Heidi Gustad to see just how it's done and how you can stay extra cozy this winter. 

Easy

Crochet HookQ or 16mm hook

Yarn Weight(6) Super Bulky/Super Chunky (4-11 stitches for 4 inches)

Pattern

  1. Ch 11.

  2. Dc in second ch from hook and then all the way across. 

  3. Ch 2 to turn, then dc in each dc below it.

Tips and Tricks for Making a Super Bulky Scarf

  • Make sure you have the right hook - size S was used for this
  • Choose a super bulky yarn or hold multiple strands of worsted weight together to get the bulk up.
  • Simple stitch patterns are best due to the bulkiness of the yarn - single or double crochet.
  • Hold your hook a little more towards end to help prevent hand fatigue.

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I have always thought that working with super bulky yarns were pretty easy and they work up so quickly you can get a project done in no time. The trick is to use the correct hook. If your hook is too small then you will definitely has problems holding on to the yarn and this will slow down your work.

I love the look of a super bulky scarf. Plus, they're extra warm! This video tutorial will be really helpful once I start the pattern.

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