Marielle Scarf

Hello Friends,

While organizing the mess of my yarn stash, I found a few random skeins of yarn. Typically when I buy yarn, I try to do a good job gathering and labeling the yarn for the specific purpose I had in mind when I purchased it. This helps me stay organized and on task from project to project. It also cuts down on my impulse buying if I only purchase material I have the specific intention of using. Even so, I am far from perfect and these good intentions are not without a few impulse sale purchases. I also have the habit of gratefully accepting any yarn donation offered, leaving many unintentional (and often unlabeled) collections of materials tucked in here or there. So, my yarn stash is in constant need of organizing, which it receives on too rare an occasion. This go round, I was left with several skeins of yarn and no project in mind for which to make use of them. 

In hopes that I am not the only one facing the “one skein problem”, I wanted to share with you a stash busting, one-skein project that works up quickly and makes a great project from fall to spring. It is both fashionable and functional, making it an easy go-to for gift giving or charitable crafting – the Marielle Scarf. 

The open nature of this pattern creates a stitch with fantastic drape and enough warmth to remove the chill. This is ideal for the transitional cooler weather moving from fall into winter, or winter into spring. Due to the rather muted tone of the material I was working with, I decided to add a pop of color and whimsy by attaching tassels at the ends. These fun and easy accents bring a bit of color, but can easily be left off the project to keep your scarf simple and modern. 

Marielle Scarf 

  • J / 6.00 mm Crochet Hook
  • #4 Medium Weight Acrylic Yarn
    • Pictured: Lion Brand Heartland in ‘Mammoth Cave’
  • Embroidery Thread for tassels (OPTIONAL)


Approx 7.5 inches across and 62” long (without tassels) 


ch – chain 

dc – double crochet 

tr – triple crochet 

[ ] – complete stitches in brackets as a set

*/rep – repeat stitches as directed 

Marielle Scarf

To begin, ch 24. 

Row 1: [2 tr, ch 2, dc] in the 6th ch from the hook, *skip next 3 ch, [2 tr, ch 2, dc] in next ch, rep from * across to within last 2 ch, skip next ch, 1 tr in last ch, turn. 

Note: You should have 5 sets of [2 tr, ch 2, dc]. 

Row 2: Ch 3 (counts as first dc), *[2 tr, ch 2, dc] in the next ch-2 space, rep from * across, 1 tr in top of thuring ch, turn.

Repeat Row 2 until desired length, between 60” to 65”. 


Crochet Symbol Diagram of the Marielle Stitch Pattern.
For more information on reading crochet symbol charts, visit the Craft Yarn Council of America

Attach Tassels (optional)

If you have never made tassels before, I suggest checking a few how-to videos on Youtube. They take practice, just like creating pom-poms, but easily add a pop of color or texture to a wide range of crochet and crafting projects. 

I attached the seven (7) tassels evenly spaced along the beginning and ending edges of the scarf. The tassels measure approximately 2 inches long, and were created using some embroidery thread I had on hand. 

This pattern is an original pattern by Christy Hagan of Christy Makes Friends. Please do not claim this pattern as your own. If you’d like to share this pattern, you may provide a link to this post but please do not reprint it on your website.

You may sell products made from this pattern but please credit me, Christy Hagan of Christy Makes Friends, and provide a link to my blog Absolutely no mass production or manufacturing of any kind is allowed. Thank you for understanding. I hope you loved this Free Crochet Pattern – Marielle Scarf. 

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