The Shimmer Crochet Scarf is a fun, quick and easy project that could easily be worked up in just a weekend! Follow along with the video tutorial and written pattern featured below to make one yourself!
It’s fall! Fall is one of my favorite times of year. The weather is cooler, the clothes are warmer, the blankets are fuzzier and everything is just a little bit more cozy! In celebration of fall, I wanted to make a new lush scarf to add to my wardrobe and thus the Shimmer Crochet Scarf was born.
I typically go to either JoAnn’s or Michael’s for all of my yarn purchases and this yarn purchase was no exception. Instead of going to my usual local JoAnn store, I decided to make a trek to an alternate location a town over for a change of scenery.
This store was a bit larger than the location closer to me and they had a really great selection of yarn! While browsing the aisles I found Red Heart’s Hygge Charm and I couldn’t resist! It’s super soft, and has a hint of shimmer to it and this color was absolute perfection.
As soon as I saw this yarn, I envisioned this exact project. A lovely and flowy scarf with a beautiful drape – perfect for fall! I can’t wait to wear this one out and about!
The stitch looks complicated, but I promise you it’s not! The stitch is comprised of alternating between single and double crochets and the end result is a beautiful and elegant texture with a super dreamy drape! I cannot wait for you to give this pattern a try!
To make your own follow along with the video tutorial as well as the written pattern featured below!
The Shimmer Crochet Scarf is beginner friendly but assumes you already know how to complete the following skills.
- single crochet
- double crochet
Once you’ve mastered the above skills I’m confident you can tackle this pattern! To follow along with the video tutorial click on the play button below.
This video is available in both left and right hand versions!
- 8.0 mm crochet hook (my hook is part of this set)
- 2 balls of Red Heart Hygge Charm in color Meteor (each ball is 7oz / 432 yds)
- Medium-4 weight yarn, 97% acrylic, 3% other fibers
- yarn needle
- gauge checker
- measuring tape
Sizing & Finished Measurements
- One size
- Approximately 15 inches wide by 76 inches long
- 12 st by 10 rows = 4 inches of pattern stitch (sc & dc combo stitch)
- ch – chain
- dc – double crochet
- sk – skip
- st – stitch
I made a free crochet abbreviations printable! Click here to snag your FREE pdf!
Row 1: Starting in the 2nd ch from hook sc, dc in next ch, *sc in next ch, dc in next ch; repeat from * to end of row (44)
Row 2: ch 1, sk 1st st, sc and dc in next st, *sk next st, sc and dc in next st; repeat from * to end of row (44)
Rows 3 – 192: Repeat Row 2 until you have used up both yarn balls.
Cut yarn and secure.
Weave in all ends.