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Chunky Scarf With Leather Accent || Free Crochet Pattern

Chunky Scarf with Leather Accent, a free crochet pattern.

I absolutely love scarfs, which is no secret. Unfortunately, in the Northwest it doesn't get quite cold enough for really thick scarfs, but I have found that this chunky crocheted scarf is the perfect warmth and comfort a Northwest winter. 

I made it into an infinity and added leather as an accent just like my other leather bound scarfs that I made (my second leather bound scarf). I used a really big hook and got the thickest yarn I could find. I really do love it. See below for free pattern. 
Chunky Scarf with Leather Accent, a free crochet pattern.
Chunky Scarf with Leather Accent Crochet Pattern

Materials:
2 skeins of thick/chunky yarn - I made this a year ago so I can't remember the brand or yarn I used. 
a big hook - Size n hook (or bigger) works great 


special stitch: hdcs - half double crochet stitch

Pattern:
*this is an infinity pattern (to be wrapped around twice), but you can add or take away stitches in the first row based on how it fits you. 

Row 1: Chain 110 and then sl st to join ends. (this is where you would add or take away in part of the chain depending on how you like the fit)
Row 2-9: hdcs (n each stitch until you are finished. You can always add another row, but I only had 2 skeins of yarn and I didn't want it too thick and warm. 

For the leather, I cut my piece of leather to the size I wanted it and so that it wrapped around the scarf and then glued it together with E-6000 glue. 
And in case you missed it...my Refashioned Sweater with Leather Pockets
and here is another crochet pattern:
and other posts about leather:


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20 comments

  1. I have a total chunky scarf addiction, and love this one! The leather accent is a nice touch.

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    1. Thanks Marlynn! I sometimes wish it was a little colder for more chunky scarfs...

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  2. This is such a cute scarf! I need to bone up on my crochet skills so I can make one:)

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  3. I love this! I only wish I could crochet so I can make one too. I might be able to knit one similar though :) The yarn looks so so comfy!

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    1. If you can knit, then I'm sure you could make one just as great!

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  4. I love that purse!!Thank you for linking up to Party Time and we hope to see you again next week!

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  5. This scarf looks nice and warm! It looks just big enough to not be too bulky or too warm. And the leather accent is a great embellishment. I never thought to do so.
    I would love if you shared this at our Yarn Fanatic Link Party - http://eyeloveknots.blogspot.com/2015/01/yarn-fanatic-linky-party-20.html.
    And don't forget to enter the giveaway while you are there!
    Alexandra
    EyeLoveKnots.blogspot.com

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  6. First, I love infinity scarfs. Second, leather wrap...genius! It looks beautiful and cozy.

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  7. That leather accent is so creative! I've never seen anything like it. I love chunky scarves like this, but it's rare I get to wear them in Florida. I like to have a few for the occasional cold day or when I travel. Thanks for sharing this idea with Hump Day Happenings!

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  8. I wish I could make a chunky scarf like that and the leather detail on it is so cute!

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  9. The leather is such a cool added detail! I love it!

    Thanks for linking up to the Yarn Fanatic Party! I hope to "see" you there again!

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  10. This is absolutely lovely!! Love the leather. :)
    Sophia
    someplaceinthemidst.blogspot.com

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  11. Thats such a great detail to add. Great thinking Thank you for contributing to The Sunday Brunch Magazine, So great to have you join us, kind regards Eliza & Bel x

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  12. Hi, thanks for sharing this beautiful pattern! How do you connect/attach the leather? Thank you!

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  13. Oh my goodness, thanks for asking, I can't believe I forgot that part! I wrapped the leather around and actually glued it with e-6000 glue and it holds it together like a charm! You could stitch it as well, but I wanted it to really hold to gether.

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