The Jolie Button Scarf is super chunky goodness all wrapped up in a super scarf that can be worn as a cowl or infinity scarf or as a traditional, open scarf. It works up quickly and is great fo your craft fair inventory!
Who loves chunky scarves? 🙋♀️🙋♀️🙋♀️ Me, too! And I love you guys so I wanted to share something today to brighten your day and give you a project to work on while you’re home with the kiddos or self-isolating with family or on your own. It’s a quick and easy chunky button scarf that will have you feeling cozy and productive.
Jolie Button Scarf
All you need is a few skeins of some Lion Brand Hometown USA yarn and some fun coconut buttons and you’ve got a lovely scarf that you can wear as an infinity cowl or as an open scarf. I can’t wait to see your finished projects!
This free pattern is shared, below, and can be found in my free pattern library, available to all subscribers (subscribe here). However, many of you have asked how you can support the work of Made with a Twist during this difficult time for small business owners. If that’s you, I am so grateful to you for your kindness. You can purchase the large-print, ad-free PDF for just $3 through either of the button links, below.
- Lion Brand Hometown USA, super bulky weight #6 yarn. (100% acrylic, 81 yds/74 m per 5 oz/142 g skein)
- 3 skeins Dallas Grey (220-240 yards)
- 10.00 mm (N) Crochet Hook
- Latch hook or sewing needle
- 2 1.5″ coconut buttonsProduct labels
- Printable PDF Pattern for the Jolie Button Scarf
7 sts x 6 rows = 4″ square
However, meeting gauge is not crucial with this design.
Approx 56″ (142.25 cm) x 6″ (15.25 cm) when laying flat.
ch – Single Crochet
hdc – Half-double Crochet
sc – Single Crochet
st(s) – Stitch(es)
Xst – Cross Stitch (see special stitches)
- US Terminology
- When a row begins with a CH1, the ch does not count as a st.
- To make the scarf longer than indicated, simply increase in multiples of 2.
How to Make the Jolie Button Scarf
Row 1: Sc in 2nd ch from hook and each stitch across. (104 scs)
Row 2: Ch1, turn. Hdc in first st, *work a Xst across the next 2 sts, repeat from * 50 more times, hdc in the last st. (2 hdcs, 51 Xsts)
Row 3: Ch1, turn. Hdc in first st and each st across. (104 hdcs)
Rows 4 – 7: repeat rows 2 and 3 (twice)
Row 8: Ch1, turn. Sc in first st and each st across. (104 scs)
Finish off. Tuck Ends. Attach buttons, evenly spaced, about 2 inches from one end.
Add product tag, as desired.
Purchase the Jolie Button Scarf PDF
Suggested Pricing: a Guide for Crochet Sellers
Permission is given (even encouraged) to sell your handmade products created from this original Made with a Twist pattern. I only ask that you give credit to Pam Grice from Made with a Twist as the designer, when possible, and link back to www.madewithatwist.com and/or @madewithatwist (on social media) when selling and sharing images online.
Suggested Retail Price
- Marketing to bargain shoppers is not recommended.
- Increase value for boutique buyers with luxury yarns, packaging, and/or embellishments for boutique shoppers.
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©2019 Montgomery Grice Enterprises, Inc | Made with a Twist | Pamela Grice This pattern and its associated images are copyright protected. The pattern is for your personal use only. Please do not copy/paste, distribute, or alter and claim as your own.