Friday, September 13, 2013

Free Crochet Pattern...Grape Jelly Scarf

The grape jelly scarf is a fun corkscrew scarf with a fabulous pom pom at either end.  This scarf is completed in just two rows and can be easily sized to fit anyone...child or adult!  Super bulky yarn makes this scarf extra toasty too.

Grape Jelly Scarf
By Jennifer Dickerson


  • Scarf can be made as long as you like by making your starting chain longer or shorter.  Scarf as shown measures approximately 3 inches wide.  Wider width can be achieved by working row 1 until desired width.


  • 1 Skein Lion Brand Hometown USA Yarn in "Denver Rocky Mountain" colorway
  • 1 Skein Lion Brand Hometown USA Yarn in "Minneapolis Purple" colorway 
  • N (9.0 mm) Crochet Hook
  • Tapestry Needle


Foundation (worked in lighter purple): Make a chain as long as you'd like your scarf to be, plus 3 more chains.  In the 3rd ch from the hook, work 1 dc.  Work 2 dc in the next chain and in each ch to the end of the row.

Row 1 (worked in darker purple): Ch 3 and turn.  Work 1 dc in the first stitch.  In the next stitch, work 2 dc.  Work 2 dc in each st to the end of the row, then work 2 dc in the turning chain space.  Fasten off.

Note: If you'd like your scarf to be wider, just repeat row 1 until desired width is reached.  Please adjust yarn amounts accordingly.

Pom Poms:

Make two pom poms using leftovers from both skeins. Click here for a photo/video tutorial on making a multicolored pom pom... Leave tails intact for attaching them to the scarf later.


Attach pom poms securely to each end of the scarf using tails from the pom poms.  Weave in any ends from scarf that remain.

Click below to see a video on how to crochet the Grape Jelly Scarf stitch by stitch (includes full pom pom tutorial too):

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© Jennifer Dickerson 2013
Please note: Patterns are for personal and charity use only.
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  1. This pattern will work up very fast just in time for fall or gift giving:) Lots of possibilities with color choices! Thanks for sharing!

  2. Love it! Thanks so much for sharing :-)
    Blessings :-)

  3. Gummy worm... my favorite!!!! Holiday project coming up! Yipee!!!!

  4. What a fun scarf...really cute. Thanks for sharing xx

  5. what if we wanted to use a smaller hook/yarn?

  6. How many chains does it take to make the scarf the same length as the one pictured?

  7. How many chains would it take to make the scarf the length as the one pictured? Thanx


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