Simple Crochet Scarf Pattern – Honey Scarf

Hi there! I’m so glad you’re here to learn about the Honey Scarf, my simple and easy-to-follow crochet pattern for a beautiful and cozy scarf. This scarf is perfect for beginners, and it can be made with any worsted weight yarn. I used a soft, chunky yarn in a beautiful honey color, but you can use any color you like.

I hope you enjoy making this scarf as much as I enjoyed designing it! If you have any questions, please feel free to leave a comment below. Happy crocheting!”

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How did I come up with the name Honey for this simple crochet scarf pattern?

I was working on this crochet scarf pattern, and I was using a beautiful honey-colored yarn. I loved the way the yarn looked and felt, and I wanted to give the scarf a name that reflected that.

When I thought about the word “honey” for a while, I realized that it was perfect for this scarf. Honey is warm, sweet, and inviting, just like the scarf. It’s also a symbol of comfort and protection, which I think is important for a scarf

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Let’s get to the Pattern, shall we?




Hayfield Bonus Aran Extra Value

100gr, 276 yards  256 meters, 100% Acrylic, shade Fields of gold #0666

1.5 skeins

Subs can be 

Sirdar – Jewelspun

Himalaya Yarns – Everyday 

King Cole – Big Value Aran

Hook: US Size MM I (5.5 mm) 

  • Yarn Needle, Scissors, Measuring Tape


  • Not Relevant


  • Can be modified as you wish

Stitch Key

  • Ch = Chain, Sc = Single Crochet, St = Stitch, Dc =Double Crochet stitch

Specialty Stitch & Technique Key

V Stitch = [Dc1 , Ch1, Dc1] in same stitch, skip 2 st, repeat

DC Cluster = Dc 3 in same st from prev row

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  • This scarf is worked in rows
  • Ch3 does count as st at the beginning of the row
  • This pattern uses six six-row repeat 
  • You can work this pattern with one color or multiple as you wish.
  • You can decide on the width by adding pattern repeats and on the length by adding chains to the foundation chain
  • This pattern has multiples of 3
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Chain 195+3

Row 1: sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc 1 in next ch, sc 1 in every ch across to end of row, turn

Row 2:  ch 3 (counts as 1st st), dc 1 in next st, dc 1 in next st and every st across to the end of row.

Moving to Row 3: sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc 1 in next ch, sc 1 in every ch across to end of row, turn

Row 4:  ch 3 (counts as 1st st),skip 1 st,  V st in next st (dc1+ch1+dc1 in same st) , [*skip 2 st, dc3 cluster in next st, skip 2 st, V st in next, skip 2 st, dc cluster in next]* repeat from * to * to end of row, Finish row with skip 1 st and dc1 in last, turn

Row 5:  ch 3 (counts as 1st st), dc3 cluster in 1st ch space from V st, V st on top of 2nd dc from prev row cluster. 

In every V st now work a dc3 cluster and on top of every 2nd dc from prev cluster work a V st. to end of row. Finish with dc 1 last st, turn

Now at Row 6: Alternate again. Work a V st on top of 2nd dc cluster and a dc3 cluster in every ch1 space on Vst. always start and finish with a Dc, turn

Row 7:  ch1 (does not count as st, sc 1 in 1st st from hook, sc 1 in next st and in every st across to end of row, turn

Make sure you have the same amount of st as the 1st row.

Continue with Row 8:  ch 3 (counts as 1st st),dc1 in next st, dc 1 in every st and ch across to end of row, turn

Row 9:  ch1 (does not count as st, sc 1 in 1st st from hook, sc 1 in next st and in every st across to end of row, turn

From now on

Rows 4-9 are the pattern repeat for this Scarf, work as many repeats you wish the width to be.

I worked on it twice.

Finish with a sc st row.

Fasten off your yarn and cut, weave in the ends.


You can add fringe or tassels

Ways to style your simple scarf!

Tie it in a simple knot at the neck. This is a classic way to wear a scarf, and it’s perfect for everyday wear. You can adjust the knot to make it tighter or looser, depending on how much warmth you need.

Wrap it around your neck twice and tuck the ends in. This is a more secure way to wear a scarf, and it’s perfect for windy days. You can also adjust the wrap to make it tighter or looser, depending on your preference.

  • Choose a scarf that is the right weight for the weather. A heavier scarf will be warmer, but it will also be bulkier. A lighter scarf will be more breathable, but it may not be as warm.
  • Choose a scarf that matches your outfit. You can match the color of the scarf to your clothes, or you can choose a contrasting color to create a pop of style.
  • Consider the occasion. If you are wearing the scarf for a dressy occasion, you may want to choose a more formal scarf. If you are wearing a scarf for everyday wear, you can choose a more casual scarf.
  • Have fun with it! There are no rules when it comes to styling a scarf. Experiment with different ways to wear it until you find a look that you love.

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Why use weight #4 yarn for this simple crochet scarf?

Weight 4 yarn is a medium-weight yarn that is perfect for crochet scarves. It is not too thick or too thin, so it is comfortable to wear and easy to work with. Weight 4 yarn also comes in a variety of colors and textures, so you can find the perfect yarn to match your style.

When crocheting a scarf with weight 4 yarn, you will typically use a size H or I crochet hook. This will help to create a scarf that is the right size and drape. You can also use a slightly larger or smaller hook to create a scarf that is more or less loosely crocheted.

Here are some of the benefits of using weight 4 yarn for crochet scarves:

  • It is a versatile yarn that can be used to create a variety of scarf styles.
  • It is easy to find in a variety of colors and textures.
  • It is not too thick or too thin, so it is comfortable to wear.
  • It is easy to work with, even for beginners.

If you are looking for a yarn to crochet a scarf, weight 4 is a great option. It is a versatile yarn that is easy to find and work with, and it will create a scarf that is both stylish and comfortable to wear.

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