Learn how to crochet a quick classic crochet men’s scarf with tons of texture in 1 hour! This free crochet men’s scarf pattern uses bulky weight yarn and a 10mm crochet hook.
It’s cozy, simple, and perfect for all occasions. It also makes a great last-minute crochet guy gift!
You can find the free crochet scarf pattern by scrolling down or continue to read through some of the inspiration behind my latest design.
Want to make another men’s crochet scarf, if so, you might like this chunky ribbed men’s crochet scarf pattern.
A Crochet Scarf for Men
If you’re looking to make a scarf for the man in your life or just want to crochet a scarf, I think you’ll like this pattern.
It’s a fairly simple pattern that uses an easy 2-row repeat and a bulky weight yarn. It’s also full of texture and super cozy! It’s the perfect scarf to keep you warm on cold days.
My husband wore this scarf on a very windy day at the beach. He ended up taking it off after a while because it was so warm. So if you’re looking for a scarf for colder weather days, this would be the one to make.
The idea behind this design was to create a scarf that was simple in design, yet offered a bit of texture. I also wanted to make my husband another scarf that he could wear, so this is the crochet design that I came up with.
It’s an oversized scarf that resembles a knitted look, but it’s completely made out of single crochets and chain spaces. I also decided to go up on the recommended hook size, to create a flowier look for the scarf. I found that the smaller hook size created a bit of a stiffer look.
Still pretty, but I wanted to create a drapey crochet scarf.
A Crochet Scarf That Looks Knitted
If you’ve been around here for a while, you know that I love creating crochet designs that look like their knitted (if you do too, you might like this crochet stitch that looks like knitting). I just love how you can create a knitted look without picking up two needles.
So when I was looking at different stitches for this scarf pattern, I knew that I wanted to find something that looked a little bit like knitting. One stitch came to mind, the Granite Stitch.
The Granite Stitch is a stitch that’s made up of single crochets and chain spaces. It’s a very simple stitch to make and it provides a lot of texture. It also looks a bit like knitting. What do you think?
So when I was testing this stitch out for this design, I thought it looked so pretty! Plus, using a bigger hook, really made this stitch pop. I just loved how it looked!
The Size of This Classic Men’s Crochet Scarf
I decided to make this men’s crochet scarf a bit longer, so the length for this crochet scarf is 69″ inches and it’s 9″ inches wide. It’ll keep you warm, that’s for sure!
If you want to adjust the length of a scarf to make it longer or shorter, all you need to do is adjust the number of starting chains. You also need to take count of the multiple for the stitches used in the pattern.
So to make it longer, add additional chains, and to make it shorter, decrease the number of chains.
For this crochet men’s scarf, the multiple is an even number. So you want to start with an even number and then follow the pattern as is.
The Yarn You’ll Need for This Easy Crochet Scarf Pattern
For this free crochet scarf pattern, you will need 2 balls of Lion Brand Hue + Me yarn in the color Juniper. It’s a bulky weight blended yarn that’s made from acrylic and wool.
I loved using this yarn for this pattern and highly recommend it. But you can use any bulky weight yarn for this scarf. I chose to work with a dark grey/green hue, but there is 18 colors total, so you can totally choose a different color.
You could even do two different colors and alternate between each row. What color are you going to make?
Other Free Scarf Patterns
Free Men’s Crochet Scarf Pattern
Learn how to crochet a classic long men’s crochet scarf in just an hour. This easy + free scarf pattern is made using beginner crochet stitches and bulky weight yarn. It’s cozy, warm, and full of texture.
Perfect to wear for a night out with friends or pop it on when running errands.
- 2 balls of Lion Brand Hue + Me yarn in the color Juniper (Weight 5/Bulky). A total of 274 yards or you can use another bulky weight yarn.
- 10.0 mm crochet hook
- Darning Needle
You can purchase the printable PDF pattern here.
8 rows x 6 stitches = 4″ inch square.
ch – chain: Yarn over, pull through loop on hook.
sc – single crochet: Insert hook into stitch, yarn over and pull through, yarn over and pull through last two loops on hook.
1-ch sp: One chain space.
Size of Scarf:
69″ inches long.
9″ inches wide.
- Pattern written in U.S. Terms.
- ch 1 does not count as a stitch.
- Make sure to crochet the beginning chain loosely to prevent the stitches from going inwards.
- Pattern is worked by alternating between row 2 and row 3.
R1: 1 sc in 2nd ch from hook, *1 ch, skip 1 ch, 1 sc in next ch; repeat from * till end of row.
R2: ch 1, turn, 1 sc in first sc, 1 sc in next 1-ch sp, *ch 1, 1 sc in next 1-ch sp; rep from * to last sc, 1 sc in last sc.
R3: ch 1, turn, 1 sc in first sc, *ch 1, 1 sc in next 1-ch sp; rep from * to last 2 sc, ch 1, skip 1 sc, 1 sc in last sc.
Repeat row 2 and row 3 until row 133 (133 will be your last row), alternating between rows. Alternatively, you can repeat rows 2 and 3, until you’ve reached a length of 69” inches.
Once rows have been completed, tie a knot and cut yarn. Finally, weave in the ends.
You’re finished with your crochet scarf!
I really hope you enjoyed making this scarf pattern and don’t forget to let me know what colors you choose for this project. Have a great day! -Nicky