Easy Leftover Yarn Scarf Crochet Pattern- a fun scrap-busting project that also makes a great gift!
Anyone who crochets knows that you end up with a lot of leftover yarn. In my quest to minimize my yarn collections, I’ve decided to post a series of patterns that can be made using scrap yarn.
This scarf is made using a basic Half Double Crochet stitch. I used 3 different colors, but you could use one or many more. Simply add a new color yarn at the start of the row.
Easy Leftover Yarn Scarf Crochet Pattern
(As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases.)
Crochet Hook Size: I9
Gauge: Not necessary for this project
Finished length (approximately) 75 inches long.
Chain 201 stitches.
Row 1: Half Double Crochet (Hdc) in the 3rd chain from the hook (counts as first hdc) and in each chain across (200 hdc)
Row 2: Chain 2 (count as first hdc), turn, hdc in each stitch across.
Keep crocheting, adding new colors of yarn when needed. Make all color changes at the start of a new row. Crochet until the scarf measures 10 inches wide.
Fasten off and weave in ends.
Looking for more beginner crochet patterns like this Easy Leftover Yarn Scarf Crochet Pattern?
I love seeing your finished projects! If you enjoyed making this post- Easy Leftover Yarn Scarf Crochet Pattern, or any of my other beginner crochet patterns, I’d love to see yours on Instagram, just tag me @AdoreCrochetBlog. Happy crocheting!