Funky Brick Crochet Scarf Pattern


Funky Brick Crochet Scarf Pattern

Get ready for fall with this Funky Brick Crochet Scarf Pattern. Learn how to crochet a scarf that can be for both you and your husband! Use cool, earthy-colored yarn for him and bright, modern-colored yarn for yourself so you can each have one of these funky scarves to suit your personalities. The pattern itself is really unique and makes a crochet scarf that measures about 7 inches wide and 60 inches long.


Crochet HookK/10.5 or 6.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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I too, have experience with this beautiful yarn. Yes, it can be a bit challenging to work with in the beginning. But you will get the hang of it soon enough. The way the colors flow seamlessly is what I appreciate the most, for the visual appeal it creates. Yarn choice is everything!

I have used this yarn before, but only in a different color. It is one of those yarns that can be difficult to work with at time depending on the stitch you are using. This yarn also creates a very interesting textured look as some of the areas are thicker than others. This is not a flaw in the yarn. It is supposed to look like that.

This is a deceptively simple pattern that consists of only chains, single crochet and double crochet. The designer provides clear instructions but no photos or instructional video. However, there is a very nice chart which gives the crafter just as much information as a photo would. If you want to learn to read a chart, this is a great pattern to start with.

When making this scarf, I found it best to go with a K hook if you are wanting a thinner scarf, and a smaller hook for the thicker scarf, add a few rows with the smaller hook if you need it to be longer. The pattern fails to tell the reader when to turn, make sure to do so after each row.

The pattern page will not open. I would love to try this pattern.

Hi sbennett, I just double checked the "Click here for crochet pattern" link above and it works, taking me to the blogger's website where the pattern text is found. Thanks so much! Julia, editor for AllFreeCrochet

All the others will open, but this one still says site can not be reached. ( I will try on my tablet later, as my phone says the same thing. weird. lol

I got this to work! Thanks so much.

I love this pattern and it's so easy to do! I completed this in one day.

I worked this up with a K hook as suggested. I used a different yarn, Patton's Classic Wool (worsted, 4). It worked up quickly and is very pretty.

I'm confused by the hook requirement. Above says "H" as well as "K" - which is it? There's a big difference and the finished size will vary greatly depending on the hook. The designers info says "K" and that it measures 7 inches. I started with an "H" and it's coming out about 7 inches so a "K" hook would make it quite a bit wider.

Hi, The blogger recommends a K hook, so I would go with that. We apologize for any confusion, --editors of AllFreeCrochet


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