Pecci; easiest, most squishy scarf – crochet pattern

Pecci crochet scarf

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Pecci easy crochet scarf pattern for beginner

It really is.

This scarf uses the 2 most basic stitches in crochet.


Single crochet

Yep, thats it. I told you! Easiest scarf you might ever make. 
The squish is one part stitch pattern, 2 parts yarn and hook size. Choosing a yarn with a loose ply is going to offer maximum squish and then I also jumped above the recommended hook size for the yarn. Not so much that the stitches are loose, but enough that it gives the fluffy yarn plenty of room and doesn’t crush the fibers.

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Lady holding Pecci Crochet Scarf

About the yarn

If you are not new here, you likely know that I am a brand ambassador for King Cole yarns. This just means they gift me yarn to test out and then I give my honest opinion about it. This is important to know here, because I have enjoyed my King Cole yarns so much, I purposefully sought out and purchased the Chunky Tweed, which was one that I hadn’t had the opportunity to try yet.

I knew I wanted this scarf to be squishy and quick. So I went searching for a bulky weight.

Knowing that I have not been disappointed with any of my samples yarns, and then add in the affordability factor of King Cole Yarns, I filtered my search.

This tweed didn’t just call out my name ya’ll, it jumped and screamed and flailed its little yarny goodness at me. 😍
Just look at this fantastic deep gold. And the black & white flecks. Simply, wow.
The yarn is a fluffy 2ply; 72% premium acrylic 25% wool 3% viscose. Its the blend that makes it wonderful. Wool for a great feel in hand and the acrylic makes it affordable, especially when larger yardage is needed.
If tweedy deliciousness is on your Love List this season, check out this fun little kerchief pattern- Tibbs

King Cole Chunky Tweed

Other yarns to consider for a squishy Pecci

Lion Brand Hue & Me

Lion Brand website
  • rvd icons 4Artboard 14 #5 Bulky
  • rvd icons 4Artboard 14 80% Acrylic 20% Wool

Wonderfluff Bulky

WeCrochet website
  • rvd icons 4Artboard 14 #5 Bulky
  • rvd icons 4Artboard 14 70% Baby Alpaca 7% Merino Wool 23% Nylon

Patons Shetland Chunky

Joann website
  • rvd icons 4Artboard 14 #5 Bulky
  • rvd icons 4Artboard 14 75% Acrylic 25% Wool

The sizes available

Pecci Crochet Scarf is written for 1 size. It is a “super scarf” to fit the average Teen│Adult. Slightly wider and longer than traditional. You can easily make it smaller or larger to accomodate the amount of yarn you are wanting to use or if you want to make this for a wee one in your life.

There are a few tips about sizing written within the pattern.

Pecci easy crochet scarf pattern for beginner

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The skills you need

The scarf is made using the most basic stitches, and works up super quick.
You will need to know how to chain and make single crochets.

chain – single 

Pecci easy crochet scarf pattern for beginner

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This post for the Pecci scarf has complete directions – or – you can further support this website (& me!) by purchasing the pattern as a download pdf. For 3$, you will receive a linked pdf:

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  • Schematic – illustration(s) of shape│measurements & construction graphics
  • Interactive Video tutorial links
  • Illustrations – drawn graphics of special stitches
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Lady wearing Pecci Crochet Scarf

Getting started

Ya’ll know how I feel about making gauge swatches.
Make them.
However, this is a scarf and gauge is not crucial to your project. With that said, I still highly recommend you create a swatch with the yarn and hook you intend to use for your scarf to make sure you will be happy with the drape of the fabric it will create. This is especially important if you are using a differing yarn weight than suggested. 

I’ve built the gauge swatch into the pattern. But please keep in mind the scarf is quite wide and if you are unhappy with the way it is turning out, it will be a lot of frogging. Hint: just go ahead and make a small swatch 😘

Since we’re talking about it, grab this helpful worksheet I created for you to use on your next project, when making a gauge swatch will be a big deal. Save this worksheet to your digital notebook or print a few of these off if you’re a paper planner person. 
This will make the swatch process easier and more enjoyable. I created this FREE worksheet as an easy way to figure out gauge, it’s especially helpful if you’re new and still learning all the ways to be successful with your crochet. This worksheet organizes your stitching information and the fill-in-the-blanks makes the math stress free.

Blocking Worksheet 

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The pattern


A free crochet scarf pattern, by Rebecca Velasquez

Lady holding Pecci Crochet Scarf


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YARN Bulky weight (#5 bulky); 604 yd [552 m].

Shown King Cole Chunky Tweed (72% premium acrylic 25% wool 3% viscose; 151 yd [138 m] | 3.53 oz [100 g]), 4 skeins; Benbecula

*Amount given is for scarf as shown | written. Yardage will vary with any alterations of pattern.

HOOK L- [8.00 mm]; or size needed to obtain gauge

NOTIONS Stitch markers (2), yarn needle

For a complete list of all the tools & supplies I use, find it HERE .


10 sts and 10 rows = 4” [10 cm] in stitch pattern, unblocked

Finished MEasurements

WIDTH 12″ [30.5 cm]; 15″ [38 cm] unblocked

LENGTH 93″ [236 cm] unblocked

Project Level



chain – single crochet

Rebecca is wearing gold Pecci Crochet Scarf.



  • Pattern is written in US terms with imperial and metric measurements.
  • Pattern is written for 1 size.
  • Yarn amount(s) given is for scarf as shown│written. Yardage [m] will vary with any alterations of pattern.
  • Read through each line before beginning to avoid any confusion during stitching.
  • Gauge information is given above as well as within the pattern; verify that project measurements match given measurements. 
  • Place a Stitch Marker (PM) in the first st of each row to aid in stitch count, if needed; move marker(s) up with each row.
  • Although precise gauge is not necessary for this item, it is recommended to make a swatch, using same yarn as intended for scarf, to ensure fabric created is as desired and will result in size intended {see Swatch Guide for basics on proper swatch creation}.


  • Scarf is worked seamlessly, from end to end.


  • Scarf is worked flat, turning after every row.
  • The scarf is reversible, with no Right or Wrong Side.
  • There are no “turning chains” at the end of rows.
  • Chains count as stitches. 
  • Number after period (.) at the end of rows is the stitch count; 12 sts. This means the row just completed should have 12 stitches.
  • If no stitch count is given at the end of row, stitch total did not change from previous listing. 
  • Because this is a Beginner pattern, there are helpers at the end of each row to aid in the understanding of reading a written pattern and ensuring a successful project. Following the stitch count, in ( ) are the exact stitches from the row.
  • To alter the width, instructions are written within the pattern.
  • To alter the length, instructions are written within the pattern.


Ch – chain

PM – place marker

Rem – remain(s)

Rep – repeat

Sc – single crochet

St(s) – stitch(es)


PM (place marker) Place marker in stitch just made or as instructed.


Row 1 Ch 31, sc in first ch from hook, PM {see Special Stitches}, *ch 1, sk next ch, sc in next ch, ch; rep from * across to end, turn. 31 sts (16 sc, 15 ch)

Row 2 Sc in first sc, *ch 1, sc in next sc; rep from * across to end, turn.

Rows 3-10 Rep Row 2.

Note: Scarf should measure approximately 4” [10 cm] from foundation chain with no blocking.

Rows 11-? Rep Row 2

Lady wearing Pecci Crochet Scarf

Fasten off.


Remove markers.
Block to measurements {see Finished Measurements above} if desired, weave in ends.

Pecci easy crochet scarf pattern for beginner

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  1. Sandra G.

    This is perfect timing Winter is knocking outside the doors. I love that it is big so it actually covers both your shoulders and back. i love it thanks for the share of such a wobderful design,

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