Loop Fringed Scarf

By  Kim Biddix  for  Caron International

Get hooked on crocheting! It's easier than you think to crochet this soft and stylish scarf - and it will help keep you warm on a cool fall day.

  • Loop Fringed Scarf
  • Loof Fringed Scarf


  • Caron Carnation Glimmer Fashion Yarn, 4 skeins


  • Crochet hook, size K

Basic Supplies

  • scissors


bet: between
ch: chain
dc: double crochet
ea: each
ea: each
patt: pattern
sc: single crochet
sk: skip
sl st: slip stitch
sp: space
st(s): stitch(es)

  • Size
  • 1. Project size: 7"x54" (without fringe)
  • Gauge
  • 1. 10 sts and 6 rows in patt st = 4"
  • Scarf
  • 1. Ch 26.
  • 2. Row 1: Turn. Ch 3. Work 3 dc in 4th ch from hook, sk next ch-1 sp, dc in next ch-1 sp, *sk next ch, 3 dc in next ch 1 sp, sk next ch 1 sp, dc in next ch sp.* Repeat between *'s across.
  • 3. Row 2: Turn. Ch 1. Sc in ea dc across.
  • 4. Repeat Rows 1 and 2 until scarf measures 54" long, ending with Row 1. Do not break off yarn
  • Fringe
  • 1. Ch 14 Sl st to the second to last dc in last row. *Ch. 14, sk next ch-1 sp, sl st to the next dc. *Repeat between *'s across row to make 13 fringes total. Repeat for opposite scarf end.
  • Tip: Say No to Knots
  • 1. Once you're finished with a crochet pattern, do NOT knot the yarn end. If you knot the yarn end and cut the tail close, there's a good chance the knot will come undone (from washing or simply from everyday use), and your finished piece will begin to unravel.
  • 2. Instead, thread the cut end length into yarn needle. Carefully weave through stitches, hiding the woven length in finished fabric. Once secure, use sharp scissors to clip yarn end close to fabric, taking care not to cut fabric.