Crochet a Chic Bobble Scarf

Hey there, Brittany here from B.Hooked!

Fall is my favorite time of year. I love everything about it – the colors, the textures, the pumpkin spice lattes and the opportunity to wear some of my projects. Scarves are a big part of my fall wardrobe so I’m always on the lookout for a great crochet scarf pattern.

In the Fall-Winter 2018 Lookbook, I fell in love with the texture and look of the Color Block Bobble Crochet Scarf and quickly got to work on it.

Bernat Roving yarn

For my scarf I chose the colorways plum, low tide and rice paper of Bernat Roving to coordinate with a new (favorite) sweater I found on clearance this summer. I love a good deal! The color match couldn’t be more perfect and now I have a full fall look I’ll be proud (and warm) to wear.

Close Up of Crochet Bobble Stitches using Bernat Roving yarn

Now I’ll admit I don’t quite know how to wear a super long scarf, so I made a slight modification to the pattern.

I started off using 2 skeins of plum and working up the pattern as indicated. This brought me to about 24 inches and then I made the switch to low tide.

Work in Progress of Crochet Bobble Scarf in Bernat Roving yarn

I worked with the shade low tide for another 2 skeins, doubling my scarf length to 48 inches. Now for the third and final color, rice paper.

Isn’t this color combination stunning? I’m so inspired by it!

I worked with rice paper following along with the pattern for a full skein and half of the second. I loved the asymmetrical aspects of the pattern and wanted to incorporate that into mine as well. In total, my scarf measures approximately 64 inches long – perfect for me and my height!

The Color Block Bobble Crochet Scarf worked up much faster than I anticipated so I think I’ll have to make another! Perhaps this time I’ll use bark, low tide and squash.

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