How To Cute Crochet Granny Scarf Pattern

Granny Scarf

This Crochet Granny Scarf pattern is a marvel of textile craftsmanship, a dance of yarn brought to life through a symphony of loops and stitches. It’s a testament to the beauty that can be woven from mere strands of fiber with only a hook and skilled hands. The subtle interplay of chain spaces and double crochet clusters creates a delightful texture that encourages one to touch and admire, a sensory celebration in every way. It’s a versatile pattern that, while being remarkably elegant, maintains a timeless simplicity. Truly, it’s a privilege to behold the artistry embodied within this pattern. It tugs at nostalgia while also echoing a modern elegance, showcasing the ceaseless evolution of the art form that is crochet.

Crochet Granny Scarf Pattern

Granny Scarf

Yarn and Notions:

  • Yarn: King Cole Riot Double Knit in shade 3351 Forest (or similar)
    • Weight: Double knit / 3 lightweight or light worsted / 8-ply
    • Composition: 30% wool, 70% premium acrylic
    • Quantity: 3 balls (each ball 100g with 294 meters / 324 yards)
    • Total Yardage: Approximately 880 meters / 970 yards
  • Hook: 4mm / G-6
  • Additional tools: Tapestry or darning needle to sew in ends

Pattern Notes:

  • The pattern is written in US terminology.
  • Stitch techniques used include double crochet and chain stitches.


  • Width: 28 cm / 10.5 inches
  • Length: 175 cm / 68 inches


  • ch: chain
  • chsp: space created by the chain in the previous row
  • dc: double crochet
  • dc3tog: For row 2: (yarn over, insert hook into the chsp, yarn over and draw up a loop, yarn over, pull through 2 loops), repeat over the following two stitches leaving 4 loops on your hook, yarn over and pull through all four loops.
  • dc3cl: For row 3 and repeats: Working in the same chsp, yarn over, insert hook, yarn over, draw up a loop, yarn over, pull through 2 loops, repeat twice more leaving 4 loops on your hook, yarn over and pull through all four loops.
  • (-): repeat the instructions between.
  • (): work all the instructions in the same chsp.

Crochet Granny Scarf

Scarf Pattern:

  1. Start: Chain (ch) 81.
  2. Row 1: In the 5th chain from the hook, make a dc3tog.
    • Skip 2 chains, chain 1 (ch 1), dc3tog in the next chain space (chsp), repeat 3 times, chain 2 (ch 2), dc3tog in the next, skip 2 chains, chain 1 (ch 1).
    • Repeat the above sequence 3 times.
    • After the final sequence, omit the last “skip 2 chains and dc3tog”, and instead, do one double crochet (dc) in the very last stitch.


  • Follow the pattern as outlined above.
  • This pattern repeats the sequence detailed in Section 2 for creating the texture and length of the scarf. Each dc3tog and dc3cl creates clusters that develop the scarf’s unique pattern.
  • Remember the repetitions and skips as they are essential for the pattern’s integrity and final appearance.

Additional Details:

  • Please ensure that the final measurement aligns with the given measurements if the gauge is correct. Adjustments to hook size may be necessary depending on your personal tension.

Row 2:

  • Start by creating a chain of 3 (ch3) which forms the first double crochet (dc).
  • Now, working the stitches in the chain spaces (chsp’s) across, execute a double crochet 3 cluster (dc3cl).
  • (Chain 1 (ch 1), then do a group of 3 double crochets (dc3). Repeat this step twice. Then, chain 1 (ch 1).
  • Create a central group: (Double crochet 3 (dc3), chain 2 (ch2), and double crochet 3 again (dc3) into the same chain space.
  • Chain 1 (ch1), do a double crochet 3 (dc3). Repeat this step twice. Then, chain 1 (ch 1).*
  • In the next two chain spaces (chsp), create a double crochet 3 cluster (dc3cl), which should be on either side of the two dc3tog or dc3cl from the last row.

Repeat the instructions enclosed in asterisks (*) three times, but omit the last dc3cl. Instead, do one double crochet (dc) into the top of the starting chain 3 (ch3) from the previous row.

Note: This row sets up the pattern for the body of the scarf. The middle group (dc3, ch2, dc3) creates a corner in the texture, with the chains and dc3cl adding spacing and additional texture.

Continue repeating row 3 working through your yarn to the end.


It is up to you, but you may wish to block your cowl for a really neat finish; please refer to the yarn content to choose the correct method. There are lots of tutorials online or inquiry at your local yarn shop.

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