The Hygge Cloud Super Scarf is incredibly soft, cozy, and easy to crochet! Cuddle up with this free crochet scarf pattern on Moogly!
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Soft as a Cloud
I love the way this stitch pattern creates simple chevrons without increases or decreases. And I also love this yarn! The Hygge Cloud Super Scarf is made with Red Heart Hygge. This is an incredibly soft yarn with lots of gorgeous "furriness" to it - and it creates the softest, coziest fabric!
A Simple Repeat
While the color changes meant I had to write out a few of the repeats, it's basically the same row of instructions for the whole scarf. It's not a boring row though - and you'll be turning so fast your hook will spin! This makes the Hygge Cloud Super Scarf a perfect "chill" project - just relax and crochet! The tassels are fun too - but totally optional.
Super... Or Not So Super
Super scarves are very big - but the Hygge Cloud Scarf doesn't have to be! I've included the stitch multiple below so you can make it as wide or narrow as you like. And then you can crochet to any length you like as well, for a truly custom creation.
Hygge Cloud Super Scarf
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US - M/N, 9.0mm - Furls
528 yds Red Heart Hygge (5-Bulky, UK: 12-14 ply; 132yds/121m; 5 oz/141 g)
Color A: Cloud (3 balls)
Color B: Pearl (1 ball)
Red Heart Pom and Tassel Maker (optional)
Gauge: 8 sts x 5 rows = 4"/10cm in main st pattern
Size: 10" wide x 90" long (not including tassels)
Stitch Multiple for Custom Sizing: mult of 4, +1
Helpful Links & Tutorials:
Hygge Cloud Super Scarf Tutorial
When working into the skipped ch or st of the row below, be sure to enclose the ch-1 (see tutorial linked above if needed).
The ch 2 at the beginning of each row (beginning in Row 2), does not count as a st, but as a "ch-2 sp."
Row 1: With Color A, ch 25, skip the 4 chs closest to the hook, *3 dc in the next ch, ch 1, skip 3 chs; rep from * across until 1 ch rem, 2 dc in the last ch, turn. (17 dc)
Row 2: Ch 2, *dc in next ch-1 sp, dc in second skipped ch of row below, dc in same ch-1 sp, ch 1, skip the next 3 sts; rep from * across, 2 dc in ch-2 sp finishing last st with Color B, turn.
Row 3: Ch 2, *dc in next ch-1 sp, dc in second skipped st of row below, dc in same ch-1 sp, ch 1, skip the next 3 sts; rep from * across, 2 dc in ch-2 sp, turn.
Row 4: Rep Row 3, finishing last st with next color.
Row 5 - 68: Repeat Rows 3 and 4, then break Color B.
Row 69 - 140: Repeat Row 3 (using only Color A), finish last st of Row 140 with Color B.
Row 141 - 146: Repeat Rows 3 and 4, then break Color B.
Row 147 and 148: Repeat Rows 3 and 4, then do NOT turn.
Edge: Ch 1, turn scarf 90 degrees and sc evenly along side of scarf, ch 2, sc in each foundation chain, ch 2, sc evenly along other side of scarf, ch 2, sc in each st and ch sp of Row 148, ch 2; join and break.
Tassels (Optional): Make 4 tassels with leftover yarn and add to four corners of scarf.
And that’s how to crochet the Hygge Cloud Super Scarf! It’s super relaxing to crochet, and so fun to wear!
I hope you enjoy it too! If you'd like to take a closer look at Red Heart Hygge, be sure to check out my Yarn Love review. And don't forget the Hygge Cocoon Cardi - another fab free crochet pattern here on Moogly!
Not Sure How to Tie a Scarf?
I did a YouTube Live where I demo some of my favorite ways to wear a scarf - check it out!
If this pattern does inspire you to make your own project, and you post a photo on social media, be sure to tag me @mooglyblog or #mooglyblog so I can check it out too! I love seeing what you make!
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Love to try the scarf
Thank you, I hope you enjoy it! ♥
I am wondering if I could do this in the round for an infinity scarf.
You could seam the ends together for an infinity scarf, or you can work a multiple of 4! 🙂
I cannot figure out row three in this pattern.
I watched the tutorial. Help!
Hi Annie! I'm happy to try to help! What part is throwing you off?
As in the hat pattern, I can't understand the "enclosing stitch". Also, dc in the sc sp below and etc. Huh?
I watched the tutorial, but it focusses on enclosing in chains, not in this pattern.
If you had an image of that in your directions, I am certain I could get it right away.
Lost in Oklahoma,
I watched the scarf tutorial. Think I see it now.
Sorry. I just LOVE this set.
Making it for my daughter for Christmas.
Thank you for all your time and help.
I'm so glad it helped! ♥
I want to make this is blanket. Is there a blanket pattern for this ?
Hi Kristina! You can just chain to the width you'd like, and repeat the reps on across until there are just a few chains left, and then take out the leftover chains when done! Here's a video that explains what I mean: https://www.mooglyblog.com/long-starting-chains-made-easy/
I just finished this scarf as a gift for my friend. She’s gonna love it
♥ Thank you so much, Happy Holidays Tracy!
Rows 5-68 are done alternating between colors, correct?
Yes, then Rows 69 – 140 are using only Color A. 🙂
I would love a fingerless glove pattern to match the scarf and hat!