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Crochet Pattern | Saccharine Scarf

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Introducing the Saccharine Scarf crochet pattern.

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The Design

This sweet little scarf is the perfect accessory to finish off your look. Sport it around your neck, head, ponytail, waist, tote, purse, or bag. Drape it, wrap it (once or twice), knot it, loop it, or tie it in a bow.

girl wearing a chambray blue shirt modeling a handmade crochet miniature petal pink scarf kerchief draped around her neck

Fit + Sizing

The Saccharine Scarf is written for 4 sizes—short or long and skinny or wide. Short is perfect for wearing in your hair, wrapped around your head, or long enough to wrap around your neck once. Long is long enough to wrap around your head or around your neck twice. Size (width and length) can easily be customized and adjusted for personal preference.




Size 1



Size 2



Size 3



Size 4




As written, you'll need category 2 sport or category 3 DK weight yarn in the amounts of:

  • Size 1 (short + skinny) | 110yds

  • Size 2 (long + skinney) | 150yds

  • Size 3 (short + wide) | 135yds

  • Size 4 (long + wide) | 115yds

Other materials you'll need:

  • 3.5mm crochet hook (1 for the main part and 2 for the i-cord edging)

  • tapestry needle

  • scissors

  • st markers

Yarn Substitutions

The yarn I used, WeCrochet Andean Treasure is a 100% baby alpaca yarn. You can easily substitute many other sport and DK weight yarns for this pattern (and even some light worsted). You can also check out Yarn Sub. This pattern is pretty flexible, but if you want it to turn out just like my samples, I recommend making sure you make a gauge swatch. Small differences in gauge can lead to big differences in project outcome. For more on gauge, you can read this blog.

Required Skills

  • basic sts and st combos

  • working flat

  • duplicate st

  • gauging

  • increasing/decreasing

  • loop recognition

  • stitch anatomy

  • applied i-cord to an edge

  • understanding of the use of brackets, parentheses, and/or asterisks

  • following a pattern with minimal or no photo/video references and tutorials

  • experience reading a pattern

Shop + Make

The pattern is available here in the pattern shop on my website, Ravelry, WeCrochet, Annie's Craft Store, and Etsy.

I'd love to see how your projects turn out and support your maker journey, so don't forget to tag me on your photos @thecozyknot and use the hashtags #thecozyknot and #saccharinescarf in your post captions so I don't miss your makes and can share them with my community.


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