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Coastal Redwood Super Scarf Crochet Pattern


I’m Marie Segares from Underground Crafter and scarves are some of my favorite crochet projects to make, wear, and give. When I first heard about the super scarf crochet pattern phenomenon, I knew I had to make one! After all, not only are Super Scarves luxuriously long and super cozy, they definitely make a statement!

For my Super Scarf, I was inspired by the redwood, a species of super tall and long-lived trees that thrive in the Northern Coast of California. Like its namesake tree, this scarf is ultra long and it will definitely be noticed! Make one for yourself or as a gift and get ready for cold weather ahead!

This luxuriously long Super Scarf has a gentle, unisex texture. The simple stitch pattern is beginner-friendly.

Skill Level


Finished Size

Adult: 9” (23 cm) wide x 87” (221 cm) long before blocking; 9.25” (23.5 cm) wide x 89” (226 cm) after blocking.


Lion Brand Heartland Thick & Quick (100% acrylic, 5 oz/142 g, 125 yd/114 m) – 6 skeins in 113 Redwood, or approximately 750 yd (686 m) in any super bulky weight yarn.

US Size M/N-13/9 mm crochet hook, or any size needed to obtain gauge.

Yarn needle.

Optional: Blocking mat, pins, and spray bottle.


11 sts x 10 rows = 4” (10 cm) in pattern. Exact gauge is not critical for this pattern.

Abbreviations Used in This Pattern

ch – chain

ea – each

FL – front loop only

hdc – half double crochet

rep – repeat

sc – single crochet

sk – skip

slst – slip stitch

sp – space

st(s) – stitch(es)

* Repeat instructions after asterisk as indicated.

Coastal Redwood Super Scarf Crochet Pattern

Pattern Instructions


Ch 28.

Edging Rows

Row 1: Turn, sk 1 ch, sc in next st and ea st across. (27 sts)

Row 2: Turn, ch 1, sc in first st, *ch 1, sk 1 st, sc in next st; rep from * across.

Row 3: Turn, ch 1, sc in first st, *sc in ch-1 sp, sc in next st; rep from * across.

Crunch Stitch pattern

Row 4: Turn, ch 1, slstFL in first st, *hdc in next st, slstFL in next st; rep from * across.

Row 5: Turn, ch 2 (counts as hdc, here and throughout), *slstBL in next st, hdc in next st; rep from * across.

Rep Rows 4-5 until scarf measures approximately 85.5” (217 cm) long, or approximately 1.5” (4 cm) shorter than desired finished length, ending after either Row.

Edging Rows

Row 6: Turn, ch 1, sc in first st and ea st across.

Row 7: Rep Row 2.

Row 8: Rep Row 3. Fasten off.


Optional: Spray block scarf to measurements if desired.

With yarn needle, weave in ends.

Now, head on over to the October issue of I Like Crochet to learn how to style your super scarf!

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  • You use the term slstBL in Row 5 but it is not in the abbreviations. Is this sl st in Back of loop? Beautiful scarf.

  • Thanks so much, the scarf is a beautiful design, love the thick warmth of it, I have shared a link on my blog

  • I just finished this scarf for my best friend and I LOVE the stitch! She’s going to love it! Thank you so much

  • My comment is, how could you not know to see the ends of the scarf together??? I absolutely don’t understand that. Other than that, your pattern was easy, although I modified it to hdc’s and dc’s. I’ve also made it with regular yarn and other than a few more chains, it came out beautifully! Thanks so very much for a crochet pattern. Since my stroke at 53 years old, I haven’t been able to make my own patterns. I’m 60 years old now, and am very grateful to people like you, who make easy patterns. I used to be able to do extremely challenging patterns. But, I’ve learned to be able to do challenging patterns!! God Bless You and Your Family Always…

    • Nicola P.

      Hi Anne,

      You probably could! You would just have to crochet the ends together. Hope that helps!


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