Chunky Crochet Scarf Pattern: Lark Winter Scarf

Jessica from Of Knitting is back as a guest contributor to share the luscious chunky crochet scarf pattern for the Lark Winter Scarf. This textured scarf will wrap you in warmness all winter long!

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About Of Knitting

Like so many others, my love of all things yarn came from my mother at a young age. After retiring she decided to open a yarn shop in a small tourist town. A new world of yarn and design was opened as a result. I started creating my own patterns for the shop focusing on trendy items that could be worn every day. I love to use simple stitches and techniques to create the illusion of a more advanced piece. Of Knitting blog was created as a place to share these patterns along with tips and techniques. Most of my knitting is done from my little a-frame in central Pennsylvania where I live with my boyfriend and our dog.

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Lark Winter Scarf

Chunky Crochet Scarf Pattern by Of Knitting

Few things say “Winter is Here” quite like a chunky crochet scarf.  Serving as both a fashion statement and a source of warmth, I own far more than I am willing to admit.  Long scarves with interesting detail are my absolute favorite and served as the inspiration for Lark.

If you prefer cowls over scarves check out the Adley One Skein cowl here.

The Lark Winter Scarf is crocheted length-wise with several different stitches creating a unique look and texture.  At 65” (165 cm) long. it’s long enough to be worn several ways.  Single Crochet stitches serve as an accent to the really fun and beautiful Berry Stitch. 



  • Approx 10 stitches in single crochet = 4” (10 cm)
  • While an exact gauge match isn’t necessary, just remember that it will alter the size of the scarf and the amount of yarn needed.


  • Bst – Berry Stitch:  yarn over, insert hook, yarn over, pull up a loop, yarn over, pull through only the first loop on hook, yarn over, insert hook back into same stitch, yarn over, pull up a loop, yarn over, pull through all five loops on the hook.
  • Ch – Chain Stitch
  • SC – Single Crochet


  • Create the initial chain with a slightly looser tension than normal.  This will allow a little more stretch and keep that side from pulling.
  • Each row starts with a Chain One (CH1) which counts as a stitch.
  • This scarf can easily be made longer or shorter by altering the number of initial chain stitches – and can be made wider by adding additional sections below.
  • You will be doing the Berry Stitch on the “wrong side” rows.  This allows for the texture to show on the “right side” of the project.  


  • Loosely Chain 168
  • Row 1:  SC in the second chain in from the end and each chain to the end of the row, turn
  • Row 2:  Ch1 (this counts as the first stitch), SC in the front loop only in each stitch across, turn
  • Row 3:  Ch1, SC in the back loop only in each stitch across, turn
  • Row 4:  Ch1, Bst in each stitch across to the last stitch, SC, turn
  • Row 5:  Ch1, SC in each stitch across, turn
  • Repeat Rows 2-5 three more times. (four total sections)
  • Next Row: Ch1, SC in the front loop only in each stitch across, turn
  • Last Row:  Ch1, SC in the back loop only in each stitch across.
  • Weave in all ends and enjoy! 
© 2021 by Jessica Fazenbaker/Of Knitting and published with permission by Underground Crafter. This pattern is for personal use only. You may use the pattern to make unlimited items for yourself, for charity, or to give as gifts. You may sell items you personally make by hand from this pattern. Do not violate Jessica’s copyright by distributing this pattern or the photos in any form, including but not limited to scanning, photocopying, emailing, or posting on a website or internet discussion group. if you want to share the pattern, point your friends to this link: Thanks for supporting indie designers!

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