Jen’s Hugly Scarf – Beginner Crochet Free Pattern





Here at Maggie’s Crochet we have an amazing team.  One of the amazing team members is Jen.  Jen works here full time and builds pottery, takes care of customers and a lot of other things we need her to do.  Last year she learned to crochet.  Her first project was a little basket that turned out big enough to be a Barbie Doll tote.  Just recently she kept talking about a scarf she made.  She called it her “ugly”.  We talked her into bringing it to work.  Jen’s “ugly” was not ugly at all, it was beautiful and VERY WELL done. I asked Wendi our pattern editor to write up the pattern so we could share it with you.  Wendi came up with “Hugly” for Jen’s new design. Jen wants everyone out there to know: “If she can do it – you can do it”.

Jen’s beginner scarf pattern is easy to make with worsted weight yarn and a medium size crochet hook.  It is worked from side to side lengthwise in all single crochet (sc) stitches (sts).

Jen’s Hugly Scarf


Original Design By: Jennifer C.

Copyright 2010 Maggie Weldon

Skill: Beginner

Size: About 4” wide and 66” long

Materials: Worsted Weight Yarn: Multicolor – 5 oz, 244 yd (141 g, 223 m)

(Red Heart SupersaverMonet used in model.)

Crochet Hook: Size I-9 (5.50 mm) or size needed to obtain gauge.

Gauge: 6 sc = 2”; 8 rows sc = 2”




beg beginning sc single crochet(s)
ch chain st(s) stitch(es)

Stitch Loops


Row 1: (Right Side) Starting at long edge, ch 201, sc in 2nd ch from hook, (sc in next ch) across. (200 sc)

Rows 2-16: Ch 1, turn, working in back loops only, sc in each sc across.

At the end of Row 16, Finish off and weave in ends.

– Bottom of scarf can be folded and stitched as a cell-phone pocket

All Rights Reserved ©2010 Maggie Weldon



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Comments (5)

  • TallGirl 13 years ago Reply

    Hi Thanks for the free pattern of Jen Huglys scarf. But when do you use the special stitches in the pattern? It just says crochet in back loop.

  • Dani 13 years ago Reply

    Miss Jennifer, this by no way or means could be called ugly. You have a gift to create.

    Please don’t ever doubt yourself!!!

  • Dale 13 years ago Reply

    Very pretty, quickly done, and VERY useful &warm! Keep up the good work!

  • Jen 13 years ago Reply

    Thank you guys! I think my friend will like it very much! Maggie and Wendy are very good teachers 🙂

  • Dorothy 13 years ago Reply

    I tried to print this scarf pattern, But I get this message:
    an error has occured , this pattern cannot be printed because its source is causing
    too much problems on the printing system.

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