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Chevron Love Super Scarf

Hello all my lovely friends! We woke up to our first snowfall this last week and I was so excited and inspired that I knew I had to put the final touches on this super scarf post and get it out to all of you. Winter will be here before we know it! 

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I LOVE how plush and cozy the Chevron Love Super Scarf is! It uses the same basic design as my other Chevron Love patterns but is worked up in a super bulky weight yarn. It is so warm and works up so fast! As a super scarf it is wider and longer then a regular scarf. You can wrap it multiple times for extra layers or leave it hanging down to showcase the design. The Chevron Love Super Scarf is the perfect accessory and gift. I hope you enjoy making yours. Don't forget that I would love to see your creations of the Chevron Love Super Scarf so please share them with me on Facebook, Ravelry, Instagram or Twitter.

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Chevron Love Super Scarf

Teen/Adult 80" long, 10" wide

P hook 
Super Bulky (6) yarn (I used Lion Brand Hometown USA in Dallas Grey)
324 yds
yarn needle 

BLO - back loop only
ch - chain
hdc - half double crochet
sk - skip 
sl st - slip stitch
st - stitch

8 hdc x 4 rows = 4" square

Difficulty Level

-Please read all notes before beginning the pattern.
-Gauge isn’t terribly important for this project but if you’re hoping for the same finished measurements as the ones stated in the pattern then it won’t take you too long to check it.

Ch 16

Row 1: Hdc in second ch from hook, hdc in next 6 sts, 3 hdc in next st, hdc in next 7 sts, ch 1, turn. (17 hdc)

All remaining rows are worked in the BLO.

Row 2: Hdc in same st as ch 1, sk 1 st, hdc in next 6 st, 3 hdc  in next st, hdc in next 6 st, sk 1 st, hdc in last st, ch 1, turn. (17 hdc)

Row 3-72: Repeat Row 2.


Turn scarf sideways to work down the first long side of the scarf. Sc evenly down the side of the scarf until you reach the first chevron point or corner, (my suggestion is to sc in the end of two rows and then two sc in the end of the next row) 3 sc in the corner. Sc across the bottom skipping the one ch that has the 3 sc worked into it (the valley of the chevron), 3 sc in the next corner, sc evenly up the other long side of the scarf, 2 sc in the corner, sc across the top placing 3 sc in the top center st (or peak of the chevron), place 2 sc in the last corner, sl st to first sc of the border.

Break yarn, weave in ends.


Cut 18 strands of yarn 17” long. Separate the strands of yarn into groups of 6. Place one tassel on each “peak” of the scarf. One on each of the bottom points and one on the top. Draw all 6 strands through the peak creating a loop, tuck the loose ends through the loop and pull tight. Follow this photo tutorial if you need some help. 

Trim the tassels if necessary to make them all even.

Wear your new scarf and enjoy! 

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Products made from this pattern are your own creation and may be sold. If possible please credit String With Style as the pattern designer and link back to with any products sold or in any advertising. 

If you enjoyed this pattern you should check out my Buffalo Check Obsession Scarf.


  1. The scarf took me just a few hours over a couple days. I'm very happy with it and I look forward to presenting it as a gift. Thanks for the pattern!

    1. I am so glad to hear that! 😁 Thank you for taking the time to leave a comment. If you have time I'd love to see it either now or after you've gifted it. You can post it on my fb page, String With Style, or tag me on Instagram @stringwithstyle

  2. Turned out lovely! The pattern was easy and quick.

    1. I'm so glad to hear that! I hope you enjoy wearing it!

  3. Thanks so much for the instructions! I like knitted scarfs, they are soft and cozy! Your scarf looks originally!

  4. I really like these scarves. They are very easy to knit. For the winter is the best option that would be warm

  5. Going through such links is not difficult for me, but I'm very pleased that you will receive an additional small income.

  6. The scarf is so cozy and warm. I like the handmade things. So, thank you for the inspiration.

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  8. Love this warm and nice scarf. It is one of my favourite and besides very convenient. Thanks a lot!

  9. This is a great inspiring article.I am pretty much pleased with your good work.You put really very helpful information... Votter


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