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Ridgeline Skinny Scarf Crochet Pattern

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Welcome to the second Guest Designer Feature! I am so excited to be feature, my friend, Whitney from Pine Tree Crochet! Whitney has a beautiful new pattern to share with us today the Ridgeline Skinny Scarf Crochet Pattern!

Crochet Skinny Scarf Free Pattern

Meet The Designer

Hi, my name is Whitney, crochet designer behind Pine Tree Crochet. I love designing patterns, almost as much as I love crocheting. I learned to crochet many years ago making prayer blankets for those in need and enjoyed experimenting with different stitches.  I design beginner to advanced beginner patterns and share them on my blog. You can also purchase an inexpensive pattern PDF that includes step by step photo tutorials on Ravelry. 

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Skinny Scarf Crochet Pattern Information

I love the texture this pattern creates and how easy it is. I have also used it in a few of my other designs and some that are currently in the making! The first pattern I designed using this textured stitch was the Ridgeline Pumpkin. I like the ridges this stitch combination creates and when turned vertically, looks perfect for a pumpkin! You can find the free pattern on my blog below. 

This pattern creates a very pretty texture and is great for beginners with only a two-row repeat. It uses only two stitches (hdc and sl st) and stacks them on top of each other each time you turn your work. It looks beautiful in so many colors.

Supporting small yarn shops is very important and the skein of DK yarn I used was from Mountains of Yarn in my absolute favorite colors. I had this skein of yarn on the shelf for quite a while before I decided to crochet the Ridgeline Skinny Scarf. The color combinations Kara creates are gorgeous! You can find them at Mountains of Yarn.

Ridgeline Skinny Scarf WIP Photo

Tester Photos

I could not have brought this design to life without the help of my fabulous tester team. Check out their color selections and Ridgeline Skinny Scarves below.

Photo courtesy of angied_SASS
Photo courtesy of craftycandee
Photo courtesy of hookedonbostons
Photo courtesy of stacysecoy

Skinny Scarf


Ridgeline Skinny Scarf Materials




10 st and 11 rows in pattern (rows 2 & 3)


Approx. 46” x 4”

Stitch Abbreviations

  • Ch – Chain
  • Sl St – slip stitch
  • St – stitch
  • Hdc – half double crochet

Pattern Notes

  • This is an easy crochet pattern written in US terms. 
  • Ch 1 does not count as a stitch
  • Any yarn and appropriately sized hook will work with this pattern, just note that the dimensions will be different than listed. 
  • To alter the size of your scarf, use a multiple of 2 ch to start
Ridgeline Skinny Scarf Free pattern

Skinny Scarf

The Pattern

Ch 20

Row 1: Hdc in 2nd ch from hook, *sl st, hdc* repeat from * to * across. Turn (19)

Row 2: Ch 1, sl st, *hdc, sl st* repeat from * to * across. Turn (19)

Row 3: Ch 1, hdc, *sl st, hdc* repeat from * to * across. Turn (19)

Rows 4-240: Repeat rows 2 and three (or until desired length). 

If you would like to make an infinity scarf, place the first and last rows on top of eachother and sl st through both rows. 

Cut yarn and weave in ends. 

Crochet Skinny Scarf Free Pattern

All Set!!!

I hope you enjoyed making the Ridgeline Scarf as much as I did designing it.

Prefer printed copies better?! The ad-free printable premium PDF version is available on Pine Tree Crochet Ravelry!

I would love to see your projects on Instagram or Facebook by tagging

@pretty.pine.tree.crochet or using the Hashtag #RidgelineSkinnyScarf #CrochetScarf

Original Design by Whitney Dunning

I hope you enjoyed making the Ridgeline Skinny Scarf Crochet Pattern!

A very special thank you to Whitney for sharing her pattern with us! Let’s share some love by checking out her pages and socials!

If you have any questions about the pattern, please contact Whitney directly:

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