How to Crochet a Super Scarf Free Crochet Pattern | Tuono Scarf

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The Tuono is a cozy super scarf pattern. It works up super quick, and this squishy printed yarn looks fabulous in simple, beginner stitches.

This super scarf is perfect for beginners or for those of us who love a fast project-hello jumbo yarn! Plus this one is a no brainer, so watch all your favs on Netflix or listen to your audiobook, you’ll still be able to crochet away.

This Color Cloud yarn from Lion Brand was really fun to work with and it really does feel as soft as a cloud (I imagine). I love their color ways, as it has enough variation to add interest without weaving in extra ends.

Man in black leather jacket in front of tree wrapped crochet super scarf.
Easy, beginner stitches shine in this chunky print yarn.

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One of my favorite things about crochet scarves is that they add another layer of warmth. And it’s one that’s easier to remove than a second sweater.

To crochet a super scarf you need “super” yarn. #6 super bulky yarn or #7 jumbo yarn and a large crochet hook. A 10mm hook for the super bulky yarn and a 15mm hook for the jumbo yarn.

This pattern features #7 jumbo yarn, but you could easily substitute #6 yarn and 10mm hook. You’ll want to start with a larger chain, so you get a nice wide 8″ for your scarf too.

Men's super scarf crochet pattern in multi colored yarn.
These super scarf patterns are like wearing an extra layer!

More Beginner Crochet Scarf Patterns

The Verso Scarf is an easy textured crochet scarf pattern in worsted weight yarn.

If want a simple single crochet scarf the Pietra is a beginner friendly pattern.

The Nebbia is a chunky scarf pattern in bulky weight yarn that’s beautiful in a single color.

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Man outside wrapped in super scarf from #7 jumbo yarn.


  1. Starting ch 2 does not count as a st.


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ss-slip stitch

hdc-half double crochet

blo-back loop only– insert your hook into the back, or loop that is farthest away from you. Normally you would insert your hook under both top loops, for blo you crochet into only the back loop.

Close up of black, grey, brown and white stitches in crochet scarf.


4” x 4” = 6 blo hdc x 3.5 rows of blo hdc

Finished Size

68″ long x 8″ wide

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Scroll down for the Beginner Friendly Super Scarf Pattern!

Man in black leather jacket in front of tree wrapped crochet super scarf.

Crochet Super Scarf Pattern | Tuono Scarf Free Crochet Pattern

Yield: 1
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Active Time: 2 hours
Additional Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 2 hours 10 minutes
Difficulty: Easy
Estimated Cost: $15

The Tuono is a super cozy super scarf crochet pattern that works up fantastic in multi colored or variegated yarn. This simple crochet scarf pattern makes a cozy warm winter scarf gift for men or women.


  • 220 yds of #7 jumbo yarn, I used 4 balls of Lion Brand’s Color Clouds in Thunder


  • 15 mm (P/Q) hook
  • Yarn needle
  • Measuring tape
  • Scissors


    1. Ch 15, hdc in the 3rd ch (skipped chains do not count as a stitch here) continue to hdc in each ch across, turn. (13 sts) If you're using a #6 yarn and 10mm hook, you will chain more 20-25. Just be sure it's large enough to be the width you would like, and note that the first 2 chains will be skipped.
    2. Ch 2 (doesn’t count as a stitch here and throughout), in blo hdc in. each st across, turn. (13 sts)
    3. Rep row 2 for 58 rows total or 68”/173m in length.
    4. To crochet a longer (or shorter scarf) simply crochet more (or less) rows of the one row repeat.
    5. Your scarf is complete, FO as in step 8. Or below I include a couple finishing options.
    6. Option 1: To seam this crochet scarf into a long infinity cowl, match up the short ends.
    7. You can either slip stitch them together or use your yarn needle to sew them together with a mattress stitch or whip stitch.
    8. Finish off by cutting yarn and pulling gently through the last stitch.
    9. Then weave in your ends with your large eye yarn needle.
    10. Option 2: You can add fringe to bottom edges of your scarf. I have tutorial on how to add fringe here.
    11. Once your scarf is fringed just trim and eccola!

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