One Skein Gelato Scarf


Choose any color worsted weight yarn and make this One Skein Gelato Scarf today. It's a lightweight crochet scarf pattern that can be worn any time of the year. It's an infinity scarf, which means it has no ends. This crochet design wraps nicely around your neck and keeps you warm and cozy at all times. Solid or variegated yarn works well for this free crochet scarf pattern. You'll need exactly one skein of yarn to complete this stylish scarf.


Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

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

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This is a pretty scarf. One that can be completed with a single skein no less. This particular design is created in less than two rows that repeat. If you need it, there is a video on how to crochet this gelato scarf. I enjoyed the video as I do with all of them. I learn to learn from others.

I like this beautiful One Skein Gelato Scarf. I love the plum color combined with purple and mauve. Would look great on a black or purple top. Can be made into a longer and wider scarf.

Crocheted in a worsted weight yarn, it has a wonderful drape. I bet this would look lovely in either a solid or a variegated yarn. The designer described this scarf as looking like a luscious scoop of berry gelato. I have seen gelato, but have never been able to enjoy it because of a dietary issue.

I love the looks of this warm, comfy scarf! I think I'm going to make one up for my husband who's working in the north this year. He'll definitely appreciate it there! I also love it when there is a video to crochet along with since I'm a visual learner. Oh my word the Malabrigo yarn comes in quite the color card...that may be the hardest decision. Thanks for this pattern!

While I don't need one here in Florida, I have many friends and relatives in the cold climates that would welcome one of these. It's easy and since it's just one skein, very inexpensive. Plus I can mail it without fear of anything breaking. For very special people, I may add one of my handmade broches so they can cross the ends and pin them.

Simple and easy one-skein projects are my favorite kind of project to make. Infinity scarfs are so versatile in the amount of different ways they can be worn. Wrap them around your neck as many times as you want until you reach the snugness that you prefer or loop the ends around. Variegated yarn colors look best in my opinion.

I dont know about you but in winter my neck has to be warm. If my neck is cold then the whole of me is cold, lol! This cowl scarf is going to be one of my go tos in the coming winter because it just looks so lovely and snuggly warm. Because it uses only 1 skein it seems quite quick to make so I will probably end up making 2 or more in my favorite colours.

This scarf looks so warm and cozy since it's tighter on the neck. Sometimes I want something more snug and sometimes I want something a little looser, but this would be great for those times. I also think this would look amazing using a variegated yarn, I think it would really show off the colors great!

I have used this simple chain and double crochet stitch on many projects and it always looks great. On this this scarf, the stitch looks especially nice on the variegated yarn. It is a scarf that will come in handy throughout the year and could possibly become a go-to scarf for all seasons!

It says that the pattern is for personal use. Can I not use the pattern to make scarves and sell them? I realize that I should credit the creator of the pattern.

Worked up nicely.


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