Here’s a quick and easy scarf pattern for your holiday gift list! The variety of Tunisian stitches used to create this pattern produce a simple, but beautiful textured look that makes a great scarf for men or women.

Please note that this is the free version of the pattern. For stitch descriptions, photos, pattern notes, and instructions for how to make the fringe, please consider purchasing the PDF version of this pattern. Thank you!


Yarn: #4 Medium/Worsted/Aran yarn.                         

Hook: 6 mm Tunisian Hook

Additional materials: scissors, and a yarn needle. 

Sizing: This pattern makes an adult scarf that measures approximately 6.5 inches across (16.5 cm), by 57 inches long (144.8 cm)
RP – Return Pass              TS – Tunisian Simple Stitch       
PS – Purl Stitch                 KS – Knit Stitch           SC – Single Crochet                         

Chain 25

Foundation Row: Beginning on the second chain from your hook, cast on a loop for every stitch of your chain. You should end up with 25 loops on your hook. 

Cast on: Insert your hook into the second stitch from your hook, yarn over, and pull up a loop. Leave this loop on your hook. Repeat with every stitch of the chain so that you end up with one loop on your hook for every stitch you chained. 

Complete a RP.


Row 1: TS into the second vertical stitch of the row. PS, TS, KS, KS, TS, PS, TS, KS, KS, TS, PS, TS, KS, KS,TS, PS, TS, KS, KS, TS, PS, TS. 

Cast on one into the final stitch of the row. 

Complete a RP. 

Repeat Row 1 , 71 more times (so you end up with a total of 72 Row 1 repeats, plus a foundation row). 


KS into the second vertical stitch of the row. When you have two loops on your hook, yarn over and pull through both loops to SC. You’ll be left with one loop on your hook.

Repeat the SC into every stitch of the row.

Cut a long tail of yarn, and weave in all of your ends before moving onto the fringe.


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Atenas Ruiz-Ramos

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I’m Atenas, the designer and content creator for Mode Bespoke.

When I’m not designing patterns or creating tutorials for YouTube, I spend my time making things, reading, writing, or learning something new.

I’m a linguist, musician, martial artist, seamstress, fantasy & sci-fi novelist, bibliophile, artist, cooking enthusiast, soap maker, budding mechanic, gardener, and a mom.