Powdered Sugar Crochet Scarf


Want an easy, beginner-friendly pattern but you want it to be soft, cozy and stylish as well? The Powdered Sugar Crochet Scarf fits the bill! This beginner scarf pattern is worked up in furry, bulky yarn to make a crochet scarf that's as fashion-forward as it is soft and snuggly. Stay warm this winter with an easy project that can be worked up super quickly. Make one for yourself and some for your best friends, this scarf will look great in any color out there. 
From the Blogger: "This is not the typical "beginner" scarf. It is completely beginner-friendly, but stylish and beautiful. Make this as a gift for a friend, family member, or a gift for yourself. All done in single crochet with a large hook. Works up in just a few evenings!"


Crochet HookP/16 or 11.5 mm hook

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

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I love the yarn used to create this powdered sugar crochet scarf. Joann's is one of my favorite hobby stores but I never paid any attention to the buttercream luxe craft angel hair yarn. I know even if I do not complete this beginner project for this scarf I will be finding a use for the buttercream yarn.

I count myself lucky when I run across a free beginner project. From to time to time it is fun to work a project and even before you begin have a feeling that all will be okay because it is a beginner pattern.

Okay, am I the only one that thinks this scarf looks absolutely luxurious?!? I'm sure it's as soft as goose feather down too. I really appreciate the artist giving us the second way to crochet it flat. I think that's the way I'll do it just because it'll lay in my lap easier. This will look positively stunning with a black turtleneck and dress pants!

Im also hesitant about using fuzzy yarn because I dont like bits tickling my nose either. I just checked and the JoAnns website still carries the Buttercream Angel Hair yarn. I know my local store doesnt (its pretty small), but Dear Husband has a doctor appointment in the Big City, so Ill check that store. The nice thing with JoAnns is that I can order online, use my percent off coupon, and theyll ship free to my store.

Oh my word, this powdered sugar infinity scarf looks exactly like its name! And so snuggly and warm too which means I absolutely have to make it. Crochet is my favorite thing to do which is lucky because All Free Crochet has so many gorgeous free patterns that I have no idea where to begin. Thank you for this pattern! I may just make a cowl using this pattern after I have completed the scarf lol

This is not a pattern I would recommend for beginners. I'm a beginner, and I thought this sounded easy enough to do...but the fuzzy yarn makes it hard to see your stitches, so it's all too easy to put your hook in the wrong place. And you can't unravel to correct your mistakes!

Thanks for the tip! I really like the fuzzy yarn that's used, but I'm also a beginner. I'll might practice single crochet and come back to this project later!

I am an advanced crocheter and I even find working the fuzzy yarns difficult. The trick is to feel the stitches instead of looking for them. You can also try using a thin regular yarn with the fuzzy yarn (double stranded) to help see the stitches more clearly. I have found it helps, but it can alter your sizes if your extra yarn is not thin enough.

Can't get this yarn the UK, what would be a good alternative?

Hi ffroglet, That's a great question to ask our lovely crochet community over at facebook.com/allfreecrochet! Just ask a question on the wall and someone will surely help you out. :) I hope that helps! Julia, editor for AllFreeCrochet

This is totally an easy beginner scarf. I've just begun teaching my teenage daughter to crochet. She wanted an easy pattern, this is perfect. She told me she's going to give it a whirl. Thank you for sharing. I hope my teen stays with crocheting! )

This scarf is definitely not for the warm months because of the yarn used. It is one for those really freezing days when you need a thick, warm scarf to protect your neck, shoulders and arms from the cold. This Powdered Sugar Crochet Scarf can be done in any solid color of your choice or in an bright variegated yarn. Thanks for the free pattern

This scarf looks so warm and soft, I can't wait to go to JoAnn's so I can get some of this yarn so I can make this. I love the cowls that can be wrapped twice and this is such asimple project, the yarn is what makes it stand out so much. Another great pattern from Mama In A Stitch.

As someone who is just now learning to crochet (#Knitter4Life), this looks like an easy enough pattern for me to try out my new skill on. The texture looks so lovely. Thanks!

I was very impressed by this pattern, but why is the lettering in grey where it is hard to read??? I really wish they would see the postings from the readers point and not theirs!

I am obsessed with this scarf! The texture looks so beautiful and cozy. I want to wear it all the time.


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