Ruffling New Year's Eve Scarf

Ruffling New Year's Eve Scarf

Going out for the ball drop just got a little more stylish. With this Ruffling New Year's Eve Scarf, you'll be the hit of the town no matter where you go. The ruffles are fun, stylish, and the right amount of warmth that you need for your night out. You have to be a little careful when making this crochet scarf pattern, though, so that it doesn't unravel as you go. Once you complete it, you'll have a sparkly accessory for all your nights out- especially New Year's Eve!

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

Yarn Weight(6) Super Bulky/Super Chunky (4-11 stitches for 4 inches)

Crochet GaugeGauge not essential for this project.

Finished SizeScarf Measures 50 long x 3 wide.

Materials List

  • RED HEART Boutique Ribbons: 1 ball 1939 Marble or 1937 Fire
  • Crochet Hook: 6mm [US J-10]
  • Sewing needle and matching thread


This scarf is very easy to unravel. To save yourself from disappointment, have a safety pin at hand. Whenever you want to put down your project, pin the last stitch so it will not unravel next time you pick it up.


Beginning 6 from the raw edge, insert hook into the top hole of the ribbon. (Skip the next hole, ch1) 5 times. Row 1: Sc in 2nd ch from hook. Place a marker on the first sc. Sc in each of next 3 ch. Ch1. Turn. Row 2: Sc in each sc across. Place marker on first sc. Ch1, turn. Repeat Row 2 for desired length, leaving a 6 tail.


Thread the sewing needle and stitch through the last loop of the last row, securing it in place. Tuck the loose end between the nearest two ruffles and sew it in place. Repeat for other end, securing first loop and beginning end.

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I was given 10 balls of this RED HEART Boutique Ribbons yarn and looked at it and had NO idea how to crochet with it. After reading this pattern for the Ruffing New Year's Eve Scarf, I still have some questions. From what I understand you don't need any other yarn, right? you just open the mesh and crochet like you would other yarn? Has anyone made this? How do you make sure your not twisting this meshy yarn? I so have to try this pattern, it looks and sounds easy but is it? Thank you for sharing and teaching me how to use this stuff.


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