Why choose one color when you can have them all? This Rainbow Scarf Crochet Pattern works up quickly, is super colorful and will definitely make you smile. The pattern is very easy and you can complete it within no time at all so it makes a great gift.
This pattern is similar to my One Skein Crochet Scarf, in that we only need a single ball of yarn. No color changes like I did in this Rainbow Blanket Pattern. But the end result is still spectacularly colorful thanks to the multicolor yarn you use.
How wide should a child’s crochet scarf be?
A child’s scarf on average needs to be about 5 inches wide. You can make a skinnier scarf of 3 inches or go a little wider till 6 inches too. In general, a child’s crochet scarf should measure 3 to 6 inches wide.
How long should a child’s scarf be?
This scarf measures approx 38 inches long. A child’s scarf should measure between 30 to 60 inches long depending on the height of the said child. We are all on the shorter side in our house so 38 inches was a good length.
Rainbow Scarf Crochet Pattern tutorial:
To follow along this Rainbow Scarf Crochet Pattern you will need one ball of Landscapes Yarn, in Boardwalk. This is an #4 worsted acrylic multicolor yarn, that is super soft to the touch, and recommends a Size J 6mm Crochet Hook.
The scarf works up quickly and is never boring because the color keeps changing! the project is compact and easily portable. I carried this one to my kids’ swimming classes, gymnastics and was able to finish it within a few days.
You can make this Rainbow Scarf longer by joining in another skein of yarn. I just crocheted until I ran out of yarn and called the scarf done.
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rainbow scarf PAttern:
You can download the FREE pattern for this scarf –> Rainbow Scarf Crochet Pattern pdf (will open in new tab)
This Rainbow Scarf Crochet Pattern brings me so much joy! You can fold and flip the scarf around and see so many colors and the color transitions are really neat. I love working on simple small projects that can be completed quickly. Very satisfying to crochet and these scarves make quick gifts.
Here is how my finished Rainbow Scarf turned out. It is super cute, makes me smile and my daughter loves the bright colors! Let me know in the comments if this is a pattern you will be trying next!
Hi I’m Smitha! I live in Minnesota with my husband and two daughters. You’ll always find me painting florals in my sketchbook. And I love the sheer joy of making something with just my hands! But my bigger love is capturing it all on camera Read more.
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