Party Scarf


If you're looking for the perfect finishing touch to your fancy outfit, then look no further. The bright, festive colors of this crocheted scarf are hard to ignore. Work up this multicolored Party Scarf using any six colors of your choice. This stylish scarf is the perfect complement to any party outfit. Wear this crocheted scarf to your next birthday party, office shindig, holiday celebration, or family event. Red Heart Celebration yarn is used to complete this free crochet pattern.


Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

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


  • RED HEART ® Celebration, 1 ball each:
    9340 Aqua/Silver (A)
    9540 Purple/Silver  (B)
    9740 Pink/Silver (C)
    9840 Blue/Silver (D)
    9640 Gold/Silver (E)
    9240 Lime/Silver (F)
  • Susan BatesCrochet Hook: 5.5mm [I-9 US]
  • Yarn needle
  • Fabric sealant (optional)

Scarf measures 5” x 48” (12.5 x 122 cm), not including fringe

5 V-sts = 4” (10cm) in pattern; 12 rows = 5” (12.5cm). CHECK YOUR GAUGE. Use any size hook to obtain the gauge


Special Stitch
V-st = (sc, ch 2, sc) in indicated st or ch-space.

1. All rows are worked with right side facing.
2. Begin and end each row with an 8” (20.5 cm) tail to tie into fringe.
3. There is enough yarn in the six skeins to make 4 scarves.

With A, ch 152.

Row 1 (right side): Working in back bars, V-st in 2nd ch from hook, *ch 1, skip next 2 chs,

V-st in next ch; repeat from * across—50

V-sts. Fasten off.

Row 2: With right side facing, join B with sc in ch-2 space of first V-st, (ch 2, sc) in same ch-2 space, *ch 1, V-st in next ch-2 space; repeat from * across. Fasten off.

Rows 3–6: Repeat Row 2 working 1 row each with C, D, E, and F.

Row 7 (right side): With right side of Row 1 facing and working across opposite side of foundation ch, join A with sc to first ch, (ch 2, sc) in same ch, *skip next 2 ch, V-st in next ch; repeat from * across.

Rows 8–12: Repeat Rows 2–6.

Cut two 16” (40.5 cm) lengths of each color to match tails at ends of rows. Thread yarn through sc at end of each row and tie in an overhand knot. Cut and thread an additional length of A through end of row with no beginning tail. Comb out and cut fringe to desired length, then tie a tight knot at end of each fringe to prevent fraying. If desired, do not tie a knot at end of fringe; instead, apply fabric sealant to each end.

A, B, C = Color A, Color B, Color C, etc.; ch = chain; sc = single crochet; sp(s) = space(s); st(s) = stitch(es); ( ) = work directions in parentheses into same st; * = repeat whatever follows the * as indicated.

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I was hoping this scarf was still at the Red Heart web page so I could score a free download, but it doesnt appear to be at the site anymore. This is one case where the scarf NEEDS to be worked lengthwise because of the constant color changes. You work the exact same V Stitchyou just change colors for each row. No worries about weaving in ends either since they can be incorporated into the fringe.

Well, I will take that suggestion below- about making it a little bit longer. I like to really wrap my scarves around a few times AND still have plenty hanging down. I don't like the look of really short tails hanging down. More is more for me! The colors are awesome and brilliant and it really looks like a good time -)

I have made this scarf. I really like it. It is perfect to keep at my desk for when the office is freezing but I don't want to put a jacket on. I think next time I will make it just a little bit longer though. I also think maybe a solid color too?


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