Nov 222012

Holiday Lounge Raspberry Truffle Ruffle Scarf

Have you been dreaming and looking for a lush free crochet ruffle scarf pattern?  As soon as I figured out the make up of a ruffle scarf, I couldn’t follow a given written pattern because I knew how I wanted my scarf and while they were close, they did not achieve the fluffy ruffly look in my mind.

Nothing sounds more delicious than a scrumptious Raspberry Truffle, so  I set out to make this ruffle scarf the holiday special for moi and it makes for a delightful gift as a finished scarf or as a simple pattern with yarn and hook for a crochet virgin.

Lounge Raspberry Truffle Ruffle Scarf Trio Photos


TLC Amoré 3907 Red Velvet (80% acrylic, 20% nylon) or worsted weight yarn of choice*
Weight: 170g or 6 oz skein Length: ~306m or ~335 yds
Hook Size:  5.0mm or US H/8


Chain (ch) –  yo (yarn over), pull through loop on hook

Double Crochet (dc)
– yo, insert hook in indicated st (stitch), yo draw up a loop (3 loops on hook), yo draw through 2 loops, yo draw through 2 loops (1 loop on hook)



Ch 200
Row 1:  Ch3 (counts as first dc here and throughout) turn, dc in in 4th ch from hook, 2dc in each remaining st across (400dcs)

Row 2:  Ch3 turn, dc in turning space, 1dc in next st, *2dc in next stitch, 1dc in next stitch rep from * until end (600dcs)

Row 3:  Ch3 turn, dc in turning space, 1dc in next 2 stitches, *2dc in next stitch, 1dc in next 2 stitches rep from * until end (800dcs)

Row 4:  Repeat Row 3 (1065dcs)
Weave in Ends ♥

*Note: depending on your hooking tension, you may need more than one skein of yarn – you can even end this ruffle scarf when your yarn supply ends and it would still look good!

Free Lounge Raspberry Truffle Ruffle Scarf Crochet Pattern DIY - Shades Trio Photos

I’ve taken mine to the xmas tree, holiday lights, movies, the pier and more!  These photos don’t do the scarf justice, more Raspberry Truffle Ruffle photo madness to ensue.  How will you be using your free crochet Holiday Lounge Raspberry Truffle Ruffle Scarf pattern?  Write a story, send an image, I look forward to your photos!

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  17 Responses to “Holiday Lounge Raspberry Truffle Ruffle Scarf – Free Crochet Pattern”

  1. Adding this pattern to my list of things to make! So pretty, thanks for sharing!

  2. I like it!!!. I have made a number of these as gifts

  3. Looks lovely, it reminds me of a pattern I did years ago, glad I was able to find it again! I was always thinking the one I had seemed a little short I think it only had me start with a chain of 100.

    • Gracine:

      This pattern does make it super long (enough to wrap around 2.5times and still have the scarf go down to the waist level, so you could start with any number smaller than 200. Even with drape and a bit of stretch it won’t be too much longer than your initial chain, so try it on while chaining to make sure it comes to the length you love ♥
      Glad you found something similar to what you loved!

  4. Finished it but I’m not too sure sure how I’m supposed to wear it.

  5. I just started crocheting and I LOVE it. I can’t wait to try this out.

  6. Ive made 3 of these scarves since December. I absolutely love them. Everytime somebody wear theirs, somebody else want one. I would love to make one for myself

  7. I absolutely LOVE LOVE LOVE this pattern. At first it was looking like many other ruffled scarf patterns, but I just started on the 3rd row and it is it turning into such a soft, beautiful ruffle! I used a marbled gray color and it’s luscious! I have a feeling my friends will suddenly “need one” lol. Thank you so much for sharing your pattern ~~ a nice way to start the New Year! 😀

  8. I love this and it looks easy enough for me to make. I don’t want it quite so heavy though so maybe i could make it in like a sport weight yarn? Would you have any suggestions? I’m new at this so i’m not sure quite what to do when it comes to changing yarn types and weights. Thanks for sharing this wonderful pattern!!

    • Hi! Yes, you can make it in sport weight yarn and use the hook size suggested for your yarn. My suggestion would be to follow the same formula and add an additional row to make it wider to compensate for the yarn weight change. You’ll love it. The starting chain for this scarf is how long your scarf is going to be, so you can adjust that as well. It is a very fluid and easy pattern and can be worked with any number of foundation chains.

  9. First time ever reading a pattern. LOVE Love LOVE…… I am making these to help assist with a fundraiser for a surgery I will be having.

  10. I made one of these with Vanna White Silver Grey yarn and it turned out beautifully!! Thank you so much! In fact, I posted a picture of it on my FB page, and now my sister’s client (she is a CNA) wants two for herself! This is a gorgeous scarf!! Your pattern is very easy and the results are stunning!

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