Crochet Pattern: Chunky Chain Scarf

By Amy Yarbrough – 5 Comments
Sometimes the easiest projects are the most enjoyable to make because of their simplicity. This scarf is a great way to show off your favorite chunky yarn, as well as work with a super large hook for a change. The scarf in the picture was made with Hometown USA in colors Washington Denim and Dallas Grey, both wonderful colors from a lovely yarn. For an extra chunky scarf, double the amount of chains. You can also add more chains, and knots, to give it your own personal flair. As always, have fun! Chunky Chain Scarf

Skill Level:

Finished Size: 60″ (152 cm) long

Super Bulky Weight Yarn (approximately 50 yards each of colors A and B)
Crochet Hook P (11.50 mm)

7 chains = 4″ long

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Crochet Pattern: Chunky Chain Scarf
(make 4 in color A and 4 in color B)
Row 1: ch 100, finish off.

Hold chains even with each other on one end and knot where the chains begin. Repeat knot for other end.

I hope you enjoy this fun pattern. If you have anything you would like to say, just write it in the comments below and I’ll get back to any questions you might have.

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  1. Janet Perkins says:

    Hi! This also looks good when using different yarns and / or ribbons.

  2. elisa says:

    That scarf looks so inviting, very pretty and well made

  3. Nikki Brown says:

    I just love all your patterns. i wish I could afford to buy all of them or compensate you for all the joy your free patterns have given me! You are a blessing to me and I’m sure so many others. You have no idea! I am going to try this mixing yarns and ribbons and maybe even add some beads, yes i think some pony beads to give it a fun feel.

    Keep up the Great work! God Bless!

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