This scarf will turn heads with its beautiful snowflake design! It can be made in the colors shown or any colors of worsted weight yarn you choose. The scarf is a lot easier to make than it looks, since only basic stitches are used! If you already know how to make a chain and a single crochet, as well as how to read and follow a crochet pattern, you’re ready to make this scarf!
The pattern is easy to follow and includes full instructions for making the scarf with the fringe. It also includes step-by-step photos for working in the back bump of the foundation chain, starting a row (joining) with a sc, working in the back loop and changing colors. There are no tails to weave in on this scarf, since the tails are turned into the fringe.
The pattern also includes a chart for making the snowflakes, if you prefer working from a chart!
Edited July 17, 2020:
I have filmed a crochet video on the Tapestry Crochet technique that is used in this scarf pattern. If you’re not familiar with the Tapestry Crochet technique, please watch my video to learn the technique and become familiar with it so you’ll be successful with your Stained Glass Snowflake Scarf! Here’s the link to that video.
Approx 5 1/2” wide x 50” long (or desired length), plus fringe
Easy to Intermediate
Worsted weight acrylic yarn
Main Color (MC):
200 yds (3.7 oz) black
Contrasting Colors (CC):
30 yds (.5 oz) each pink, orange, yellow, green, blue and purple
Size H/8 (5 mm) crochet hook or size required for gauge
Note: Photographed model made with Caron Simply Soft in #9727 Black, #9604 Watermelon, #9605 Mango, #9606 Lemonade, #9607 Limelight, #9608 Blue Mint and #9610 Grape.