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Easy Crochet Scarf Pattern

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The weather is cold, and cozy season is upon us, and there is nothing like wrapping up in warm gorgeous scarf! If you’ve been around TTLYC long, you know I love texture! This new easy crochet scarf pattern is FULL of beautiful, modern texture. I’ll be wearing my Gelnayr Scarf all Winter long!

Glenayr Scarf an easy to crochet free scarf pattern

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A Modern Crochet Scarf

The Glenayr Scarf is great for a quick and simple make, especially if you’re short on time!

The pattern is worked back and forth in rows widthwise, meaning there is no long chain needed. The pattern repeat is one row and uses only two basic stitches to achieve the modern texture that will suit any style.

I chose to use *WeCrochet’s *Wonderfluff in Beehive Heather. Wonderfluff is a roving #5 weight yarn. The yarn is soft and squishy and really helps working the scarf quickly!

A special thank you to *WeCrochet for providing the yarn for this project and sponsoring the Winter Wonders Blog Hop.

Easy crochet scarf using Wonderfluff yarn

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The Tester Pictures

My testers did awesome working up the Glenayr Scarf, aren’t they just great?!

Some of the yarns they used included: I Love This Chunky, We Love Yarn Everyday Acrylic Bulky, Lion Brand Scarfie Yarn, Loops & Threads Barcelona Big, Lion Brand Wool Spun, and James C Brett Marble Chunky

Glenayr Scarf tester photo blue/cream
Photo courtesy of Rikina Smith
Glenayr Scarf tester photo purple/blue
Photo courtesy of Amber Delsart
Glenayr Scarf tester photo pink/grey
Photo courtesy of Regina Schmidt-Cummins
Glenayr Scarf tester photo chocolate
Photo courtesy of Bobbie Huddleston

Easy Crochet Scarf Pattern

Easy crochet scarf pattern





14 sts x 16 rows = 4″ Pattern for gauge: same as pattern; Even Moss Stitch


Finished dimensions: 73″ long x 6″ wide

Stitch Abbreviations

  • ch(s) – Chain(s)
  • slst – Slip Stitch
  • hdc – Half Double Crochet
  • st(s) – Stitch(es)

Pattern Notes

  • US Terminology
  • All beginning ch1 do not count as a stitch
  • Pattern is worked width wise, back and forth in rows
  • To increase or decrease width, starting ch is any even number
  • You can add or subtract rows for your desired length
  • Each row should begin and end with a slst
  • Use stitch markers to mark your first/last st if necessary
  • *-* denotes repeat sequence
Glenayr Scarf - Mustard colored easy pattern

Glenayr Scarf – Easy Crochet Scarf

The Pattern

Ch 20

Row 1: Slst in the second chain from the hook, *hdc in the next ch, slst in the next* repeat across, ch1, turn (19).

Row 2: Slst in the first st, *hdc in the next st, slst in the next * repeat across, ch1, turn (19).

Row 3 – 239: Repeat row 2.

Row 240: Slst in the first st, *hdc in the next st, slst in the next * repeat across, tie off (19).

Fringe (optional)

Cut 50 10″ pieces of yarn and put into 10 groups of 5 for the fringe. Add 5 groups evenly spaced to both ends of the scarf. Do more or less fringe as desired.

Weave in all ends and you’re done!

Glenayr Scarf an easy to crochet free scarf pattern

All Set!!!

There you have it! Your very own Glenayr Scarf!

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  • Geri Johnson

    How am I suppose to get the FREE DOWNLOAD of your scarf????? for the blog hop?

    I have looked at your site and when I click on the download the pattern it takes me to your Ravelry page where I have to purhcase it.

    Why can’t this blog hop be SIMPLE???

    Please let me know what I need to do to get this free downloadable pdf or I am going to completly drop out of this. I don’t have time to waste on searching for something that is suppose to be so easy.


    • Ashley


      When you scroll to the section about the Winter Wonders Blog Hop, it gives the instructions to get the coupon code from the main blog hop page, then to click the download button.
      The download button takes you to Ravelry where you can use the code to get the free pdf.

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