Big Blue Crochet Scarf


Big Blue Crochet Scarf

This beautiful blue crochet scarf pattern will be your new go-to accessory.

Big Blue Crochet Scarf
Big Blue Crochet Scarf

The Big Blue Crochet Scarf is extra-wide and extra-long, so it will definitely keep you nice and cozy during the cooler months of the year. You can wrap this beautiful blue crochet scarf around your neck twice for extra warmth. The bulky yarn means you won't need to worry about this scarf feeling light or flimsy.

Style this accessory however you please and you can tackle any type of inclement weather. The fringed bottom adds an extra special touch to this free crochet scarf pattern. Fringe is currently one of the most popular style trends, so be prepared for a lot of compliments when you wear this neck warmer.


Crochet HookL/11 or 8 mm hook

Yarn Weight(5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge7 sts = 3 (7.5 cm); 5 rows = 4 (10 cm) in double crochet. CHECK YOUR GAUGE. Use any size hook to obtain the gauge.

Finished SizeScarf measures 9” wide x 72” long (24 x 76 cm), excluding fringe.

Materials List

  • RED HEART® Medley™: 4 balls 934 Energy
  • Susan Bates® Crochet Hook: 8mm [US L-11]
  • Yarn needle
  • 5” (12.5 cm) piece of heavy cardboard

You can also take this Beginner's Crochet Scarf pattern and modify it to make it longer and wider and create a different type of super scarf! This video tutorial will show you how. 

Scarf Pattern:

  1. Ch 23.

  2. Row 1 (right side): Dc in 4th ch from hook and in each ch across, turn—21 dc.

  3. Rows 2–6: Ch 3 (counts as first dc here and throughout), dc in each dc across, turn.

  4. Row 7: Ch 1, sc in each dc across, turn—21 sc.

  5. Row 8: Ch 4 (counts as dc, ch 1), skip next sc, dc in next sc, *ch 1, skip next sc, dc in next sc; repeat from * across, turn—11 dc and 10 ch-1 spaces.

  6. Row 9: Ch 1, sc in each dc and ch-1 space across working last sc in 3rd ch of beginning ch, turn—21 sc.

  7. Rows 10–15: Repeat Rows 8 and 9 three times.

  8. Rows 16–20: Repeat Rows 2–6.

  9. Rows 21–104: Repeat Rows 7–20 six times.

  10. Row 105: Repeat Row 2. Do not fasten off.

  11. Edging Round: Ch 1, *working in ends of rows of long edge, sc evenly spaced across*; working in opposite side of foundation ch, 3 sc in first ch, sc in each ch across, 3 sc in last ch; repeat from * to * once; 3 sc in first dc, sc in each dc across, 3 sc in last dc; join with slip st in first sc. Fasten off.


  1. Fringe:  Wind yarn around cardboard 92 times. Cut across one end. Hold 2 strands together and fold in half to form a loop. Insert crochet hook from right side through center stitch of first 3-sc group on either short edge. Place loop on hook and draw through stitch. Thread ends of strands through loop and pull to tighten. Repeat to attach fringe in every stitch across ending in center stitch of last 3-sc group. Repeat across other edge. Trim ends evenly. Weave in ends.

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Love the way this pattern turned out! My daughter in law loves it )

Had I not read all the way through this pattern, I never would have realized it had added fringe. You cant see it in the photo, and to be honest, I think it would be fine without it. You can also make this scarf longer or shorter than suggested. Just make sure you end on the equivalent to Row 20 (this is a repeat of Row 6).

My sister in law is a plus size lady and she is always complaining the scarvesr are too short on her. This would solve that problem. It's a very easy yet pretty design too. I think I may use Unforgetable yarn in a purple mix. That's her favorite color. Thank you for sharing thus!

I am such a push over for a lovely scarf, lol! Seriously, though, this one really is beautiful, is it not? Perhaps I am going to use a softer yarn that will drape more easily but this pattern is so nice that is the only difference I am thinking of making. My job has me outdoors a lot so scarves, cowls, wraps are things that I use constantly in winter and this id going to be a lovely addition to my collection!

This is indeed a BIG blue scarf. The extra width and extra length makes this out to be a super scarf. Instructions are very short and very easy to follow. This project would not take too terribly long to make. I love the touch of the added fringe to make is more fashionable. This would be great for this time of the year where I live when you just need a little extra.

You're right Hippie Chick this is a big scarf. I think I'm going to make it up for me as a wrap. I often like something just around my shoulders when I'm at my desk and I think this will fit my proportions just right! With our rainy weather as of late I'm really getting in the mood to have something fall/winterish to make up. Sandy will be the perfect color too!

This is a very pretty super scarf, done in seaside blues and greens. But you could make it in spice red and oranges, or neutral taupes and oatmeal. I am imagining how soft and squishy this feels, and how I'd be fidgeting with all the holes! This is a pattern worth a try.

Oh so lovely! I wish I there was this kind of yarn available where I am right now. I'd probably settle for the closest type of yarn in case I'm ready to start this Big Blue Crochet Scarf. What I specially like about this scarf is the alternating design of one part continuous double crochets then next part with spaces, then purely double crochets again then accentuated with fringes on both ends of the scarf. Now that I learned that fringes are the in thing these days then some of my projects will have fringes in them.

This scarf pattern is really lovely and unique. It would be a great handmade Christmas gift that doesn't look too "homemade." I might make this for my mom!


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