Scrappy Skinny Scarf

Scrappy Skinny Scarf

Scrappy Skinny Scarf
Scrappy Skinny Scarf

"Create a unique scarf using up some of your leftover bits of yarn. The best part is the tails become part of the fringe, so there are no ends to weave in, none! Of course you don’t HAVE to have fringe, but then you’ll have a few tails to weave in. If you want to make your scarf shorter (or longer), it’s easy peasy. Just start with an odd number of chains and follow the pattern as written. Uses a J hook and worsted weight yarn. You could adapt this to work with any yarn, really, just make sure your hook size is correct according to the yarn. Happy hooking!"

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

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

Crochet Gauge7 stitches and 8 rows = 2 inches in single crochet

Finished SizeAppprox 2" wide by 78" long (without fringe)

Materials List

  • 450-500 Yards Worsted Weight Yarn
  • Size J crochet hook

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Great project to use up any extra yarn that you may have. Remember that fringe takes up a lot of yarn so you need to keep that in mind. I like this skinny version and how the scarf is made from end to end.

Wow! This is a colorful scarf and even if you do not have any left over yarn, you can still make this. I would not go for all of these colors but I have a teenage grand daughter that would love the fringe and the colors. Thanks for the free pattern .


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