This chunky crochet scarf pattern is the perfect project to make (and wear) this winter! Made with bulky weight yarn, the Borough Scarf combines elegance and functionality in one cozy wrap that is guaranteed to keep you warm all winter. With the use of simple stitches and tutorial photos included in the pattern, this scarf if a quick and fun project to crochet!
When I think of the ideal winter scarf, I think about one that is fuzzy, soft, thick, versatile, and chic. I truly believe the Burrow Scarf is that scarf.
Most of my designs that actually get published have been in my queue of designs for months, if not years. However, the idea for this scarf come to me on a whim and I knew I had to make it this year! (and I was also in desperate need of a winter scarf😆)
This cozy crochet scarf would not be what it is without the yarn! WeCrochet Wonderfluff makes this the fluffiest, softest, and warmest scarf and it feels so gentle against your skin (which especially important around the neck as that is often a sensitive area for many of us!).
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Skill Level: Easy
Yarn: Approximately 925 yards of bulky (category 5) weight yarn. 7 balls of WeCrochet Wonderfluff in Hare Heather
You will also need: Tapestry needle
- The pattern is worked in US crochet terms.
- The length and width can easily be adjusted and those notes are included in the pattern.
Width (at widest point): 14.5 inches
Length: 80.5 inches
Gauge: 11 rows of 12 sts of alternating between sc and dc = 4 inches
Sl st: Slip stitch
Sc: Single crochet
Dc: Double crochet
Sds tog: single, double, single crochet together
Insert yarn into first st, yarn over, pull back through (photo 1), yarn over and insert hook into next st, yarn over, pull through 2 loops on hook (photo 2), insert hook into next st, yarn over pull through st (photo 3), yarn over pull through all loops on hook (photo 4).
Dsd tog: Double, single, double crochet together
Yarn over (photo 1), insert hook into st, yarn over pull through st, yarn over pull through 2 loops on hook (photo 2), insert hook into next st, yarn over pull through st (photo 3), yarn over insert hook into next st, yarn over pull through st, yarn over pull through 2 loops on hook (photo 4), yarn over pull through all loops on hook.
Row 1: 1 sc in 2nd ch from hook, 1 dc in next ch (2 sts). Ch 1, turn.
Row 2: [1 sc, 1 dc] in first st, repeat in next st (4 sts). Ch 1, turn.
Row 3: [1 sc, 1 dc, 1 sc] in first st. Work *1 sc in st, 1 dc in next st* across. [1 sc, 1 dc, 1 sc] in last st (8 sts). Ch 1, turn.
Row 4: Work *1 sc in st, 1 dc in next st* across (8 sts). Ch 1, turn.
Repeat rows 3-4 for a total of 23 rows (you should have a total of 48 sts) or until you have reach your desired width.
Row 23-175 (or until you have reached your desired length): Work 1 sc in st, 1 dc in next st (48 sts). Ch 1, turn.
Row 176: 1 sds together, work *1 dc in st, 1 sc in next st* until you have three stitches left. 1 dsd together over last three stitches (44 sts). Ch 1, turn.
Row 177: Work *1 sc in st, 1 dc in next st* across (44 sts). Ch 1, turn.
Repeat rows 176-177 until you have a total of 4 sts left.
Next row: Work 2 dc tog (2 sts). Ch 1, turn.
Last row: 1 dc tog (1 st).
Fasten off and weave in loose ends.
I hope you enjoy crocheting the Burrow Scarf! Be sure to tag me on Instagram with your cozy scarf, I would love to see it!
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Is there a video showing the sds and dsd stitches?
If you use weight 6 yarn does that change the yardage and the hook size?
Yes, you will probably have to go up in hook size