Autumn Splendor Scarf

Fall crochet scarf in beautiful fall foliage colors shown on neck of young woman outdoors

Beautiful Fall Crochet Scarf

This beautiful fall crochet scarf has an easy 2-row repeat stitch pattern and looks great with a color-changing yarn like Unforgettable by Red Heart. When fall arrives here in New England, I love to wear this scarf for all the fun outdoor fall events and activities.  When the gorgeous colors of autumn are all around, my family and I love to stop and gaze at the prettiest trees in our neighborhood.  When the sun shines through the golden leaves, it is like ornate stained glass windows.  Don’t you love the sound of the swish and crunch when you walk through fallen leaves?  Or how about the smells of fall? Apples? Pumpkins? Cinnamon?

Red Heart Unforgettable Yarn in Sunrise

I created this light scarf to be worn as a reminder of the beauty of autumn in all its splendor.  The yarn is by Red Heart and is called, “Unforgettable” which comes in great colorways. This one is perfect for fall – it is called “Sunrise“.  I love the bright orange, olive green, denim blue and cranberry red that make up this yarn.

Simple Cable Stitch Makes Up This Fall Crochet Scarf

The stitch is an easy ‘sort-of cable’ that is a snap to get the hang of and creates an interesting pattern among  the color changes.  Whenever I wear this fall crochet scarf, I get several compliments and I love the way it feels around my neck.

Video Tutorial for the Cable Stitch

In case you are new to making crochet cables and working around the post of stitches, there is a video available to take you through crocheting this stitch – see below to watch or click here. I think you’ll find that the pretty criss-cross effect of these cables are a lot easier than they look.

Pattern PDF available in my Etsy Shop

You can purchase an ad-free large print PDF version of this fall crochet scarf pattern here in my Etsy shop. Thank you for your support!

Skill Level: Confident Beginner

Measurements:  8”wide x 60” long

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Red Heart Boutique Unforgettable – Sunrise #3977  (1-2 skeins)

6mm/J Clover Crochet Hook

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Abbreviations/Special Stitches:

Dc (double crochet) = YO, insert hook into stitch, YO, draw up a loop, (YO, pull through 2 loops on hook) twice

Tr (treble crochet) = YO twice, insert hk into st, YO, draw up a lp, (YO, pull through 2 lps on hk) 3 times

BPdc (back post double crochet) =YO, insert hook around post of next st by inserting hook from back to front and back out to the back again; YO, draw up a loop, (YO, pull through 2 loops) twice

YO (yarn over)

Hk (hook)

Lp (loop)

Ch (chain)

St (stitch)

Sp (space)


Scarf is worked back and forth in rows and then joined together along short ends.

Close up of the cable stitches in the fall crochet scarf

Instructions for this Fall Crochet Scarf:

Special stitches are written in bold and italicized text and defined above

Ch 36

Row 1: 

Dc in 4th ch from hook and in each ch across. Turn. (34 dc)

Row 2 (Right Side): 

Ch 3 (counts as first dc), (sk next 2 sts, tr in each of next 2 sts; now working in FRONT of trs just made, work a tr in each of skipped sts) across to turning chain; dc in turning chain. Turn. (8 sets of crossed stitches)

Row 3: 

Ch 3, BPdc in next st and in each st across; dc in turning chain. Turn. (34 BPdc)

Repeat Rows 2 and 3 until piece measures 60” (for infinity scarf that can be doubled).  Do not fasten off.

**Not sure what these instructions mean? No problem! Watch this how-to video right here for this fall crochet scarf:

Finishing for this Fall Crochet Scarf:

Holding short ends together with Right Sides facing each other, sc these short ends together making sure to pass through both loops on both ends. Fasten off.

Weave in ends

Young woman wearing the fall crochet scarf outside in front of trees sitting on a rock wall

Your Fall Crochet Scarf is Complete!

And there you have it – your fall crochet scarf is complete!  I hope you enjoyed making this beautiful fall crochet scarf to go with the colors of the foliage and keep you warm in the autumn chill. What did you think of working with the Unforgettable yarn? Or did you pick another yarn to crochet this project? Let us know in the comments below – I would love to hear about it. 🙂

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Long pinterest image of scarf on young woman and close up of stitches

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8 thoughts on “Autumn Splendor Scarf

  1. Hello, I didn’t see what the hook size for this project is, please let me know what size hook.

    Thank you very much!


    1. Hello Catherine –
      Thank you for your patience. I just made a PDF version of this pattern available in my Etsy shop. Right before the pattern begins in the blog post above you will see a notice about it with a link. Hope you enjoy making this project!

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