Sassy Sweetheart Ruffle Scarf


Sassy Sweetheart Ruffle Scarf

You won't believe how easy this Sassy Sweetheart Ruffle Scarf is to complete. You don't even really have to know how to crochet in order to create this masterpiece. Simply follow these two steps using only one hank of Red Heart Boutique Sassy Fabric to make this pretty pattern. The feminine ruffles of this scarf are fun and flirty to wear with any outfit. Treat yourself to this homemade accessory or make one for a friend.


Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

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


  • RED HEART® Boutique Sassy Fabric: 1 hank 9936 Pink Dot
  • Susan Bates® Crochet Hook: 5.5mm [US I-9]

GAUGE is not important for this pattern.

SIZE: Scarf measures 52” long (132 cm).

1. Before starting, slide ball band to one end of hank. Remove cardboard from center of hank. Begin your scarf with inside end of Sassy Fabric and continue pulling from inside as you crochet.

2. Note that fabric has holes running along one side. You will be crocheting into each hole.

Step 1: Insert hook through 1st hole from back to front; repeat for 2nd, 3rd and 4th holes. You now have 4 holes on the hook.

Step 2: Pinching together all four holes on the hook with left forefinger and thumb, insert hook from front to back into 5th hole and pull through all holes on hook.

Repeat Steps 1 and 2 with each group of 5 holes.

Note: If you put your work down, be sure to put a stitch holder or safety pin on the working stitch. This holder needs to be larger than the hole so that your work will not fall apart.

Continue until scarf is desired length; cut leaving 3” (7.6 cm) end. Pull end through last stitch and pull tight. Trim beginning and ending fabric strip points so that they blend in with the ruffles. With sewing needle and thread, secure last stitch so scarf will not unravel.

Shake out your scarf so that ruffles spiral.


If you love Red Heart's Boutique yarn you might also like these crochet patterns:

  1. Boutique Butterfly Wrap
  2. Sashay Ruffles Toddler Dress
  3. Filigree Lace Scarf

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I so happy that you shared this pattern for the Sassy Sweetheart Ruffled Scarf. I have two balls of this stuff and had no idea what to do with it.. Now at lest I can make a nice scarf with it. For some reason I thought I would need a regular ball of yarn to work with it. Not so.. I read all the comments below and I wonder why Shanna Holt's Scarf stretched out while wearing it? Did she not crochet it tight enough or what? If any one knows please let us know.. Thanks.. I'm going to try this and hope it works out!! Thank you for sharing this free pattern.

I hope that this works, friends have them and love them.

I ordered some fabric on line because I couldn't find it in any of the stores. I made a scarf last weekend. It worked up pretty easy and I wore it to church the next day. My only complaint is that by the end of the day it had stretched out and was 3 times the length it had been that morning.

I really want to try this project but cannot find the sassy fabric anywhere. I have checked in stores and online with no luck. Does anyone know where I can find it?

I found mine at Walmart. My cousin found it also at Micheal's.

I'm making some for Christmas presents.


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