Rough Super Chunky Crochet Scarf Pattern

Rough Super Chunky Crochet ScarfThis Rough Super Chunky Crochet Scarf Pattern is made by using Extreme Crochet. This is not the easiest of projects to handle because you’ll be working with 5 yarn ball strands and a 15mm crochet hook! But it is definitely worth making as a fun scarf for the kids. They will love one of these scarves!

Materials Required

5 x 100gm balls of medium worsted weight yarn/8 ply or DK yarn (any colors)

15mm crochet hook

craft scissors

yarn needle

Skill Level


Stitches & Terms

This pattern is using U.S. stitches and terms. To convert to U.K. stitches go to my Crochet Stitch Conversion Chart.

ch = chain

sts = stitches

dc = double crochet

hk = hook

st = stitch

ch-3 = 3 chain stitches previously made

Basic Crochet Stitches & Techniques Video Tutorials

Rough Super Chunky Crochet Scarf Video Tutorial

Written Instructions

Using 5 strands of yarn, ch 7. If you want a wider scarf then add more ch sts here.

Row 1: 1 dc into 4th ch from hk, 1 dc into each ch st across to the end. (5 sts made)

Row 2: ch 3, 1 dc into 2nd st and into each st across to the end, making last dc st into top of ch-3. (5 sts made)

For all following rows, repeat row 2 as many times as you need to until you get the length you require.

Finish off.

Weave in yarn tails with a yarn needle. You will need to weave in one yarn tail at a time into the back of the scarf.

All the best,


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I taught myself how to crochet when I was a young girl and quickly picked up how to crochet the granny square and got hooked. Read More.


  1. Lisa says:

    Dear Paula,

    In my late teens, an acquaintance “taught” me to crochet. The problem was she only knew one stitch but she knew it well and I was able to crochet a king-size bed spread for a wedding gift for a friend. With it being the only thing I knew how to make, I slowly lost interest as life went along.

    Now many years later, I wanted to really learn the craft and be able to create crafts people would use like beanies and scarves. After watching and trying many different ways from YouTube, I finally found your videos and have now crafted three beanies that everyone loves! Your way of filming, of explaining and the written text on the video really make learning enjoyable and approachable. Thank you for your way of teaching.

    I have a question for a beanie I want to make for my husband who is just retiring from the Army after 20 years. I have made him a few beanies that he loves but I want to make one that would be a double crochet in the style of a bandana that would have ties on both sides that will tie in the back in a knot and have the tails about three-four inches long once knotted. I would think the ties must be tacked on but I am not completely sure how to do it where I can be sure they will stay and not come undone from the pull of tying them.

    I did not see a pattern on your web page and your Facebook page but maybe I missed it. Could you help me please? Thank you in advance and thank you for teaching me to crochet the right way. Lisa

    • Paula says:

      Hello Lisa, thank you so much for your message. It’s lovely to know that you are able to crochet other things because of my video tutorials. I have a mans beanie pattern/video tutorial in the beanies category. The style you mentioned, I haven’t designed one before sorry. All the best, Paula

  2. Tee says:

    Hi Paula,

    I have a friend who asked me to teach her how to crochet. With fiesty twins, I completely understand why she hasn’t found the time to work with me. While searching for really simple websites she could possibly review in her limited spare time to help her, I came across your videos & website, so thank you. I do have a question regarding the pattern above. I noticed in the written pattern, at the end of or rather the beginning of row 2 and beyond, we chain 3 & double crochet 4 more. My question to you is, do we turn after each ch 3 or do we turn before we chain 3? I’ll admit I have not watched the video yet & it’s quite possible my question will be answered in the video. If so, please forgive me for asking.

    • Paula says:

      Hello Tee, I’m sure you’ve viewed the video tutorial by now so your question would’ve been answered. 🙂

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