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Give Me a Hygge: Scarf with Sleeves Free Crochet Pattern

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If there’s one thing I love in the fall its chunky scarves. I love big, warm scarves because I love to feel all wrapped up and cozy. This new crochet pattern for a Scarf with Sleeves using Red Heart’s Hygge yarn is simply perfection.

Give me a Hygge Scarf with Sleeves

Give Me a Hygge Scarf with Sleeves

Hygge Scarf with Sleeves

This scarf is long. It is wide. It is plush, and cozy, and warm. THIS SCARF HAS SLEEVES!! It is also my new favorite piece of clothing. ♥ I decided to name it the “Give Me a Hygge” scarf because of the way you pronounce the yarn: Hoo-gah. Give me a HOO-GAH!

Red Heart Hygge Yarn Pattern for Scarf with Sleeves

Do you watch the weekly LIVE videos on the Heart Hook Home Facebook page? If you don’t, you should watch the video where I modeled – or tried to model! LOL! – this new pattern last week. It. Was. Hilarious.

Give me a Hygge Scarf with Sleeves

I promise that by this week’s live video time (always at 7:00 pm CST and always on Thursdays) I will have mastered the art of wearing this beautiful scarf. To wear this scarf you can wrap it around the back of your body OR the front, then insert your arms into the sleeves and settle the scarf into place around your shoulders. Play around with how you want to wear it.

This pattern uses the Lemon Peel stitch, a remarkably mindless and repetitive stitch that works up super quickly with this bulky weight yarn. I love the bulky size of this Red Heart Hygge yarn, the texture is to die for, and the feel of the fabric when worked up? FABULOUS!!

beautiful scarf with sleeves, a free crochet pattern

I asked my Mom to model the scarf after my step-sister’s baby shower this weekend, and she is just as beautiful as ever! ♥ Thank you, Mom!

Give me a Hygge Scarf

Scarf with sleeves free crochet pattern

Materials:

Red Heart Hygge Yarn (Pearl colorway shown)
-approx. 840 yards for “one size”
-approx. 1350 yards for “plus size”
Crochet hook in size K/6.5mm
Yarn Needle

Pattern Notes:

Pattern written in US terms.

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Place first st of each row in same as turning.

The Plus Size of the pattern has been added below!

Finished Dimensions:

approx. 98” x 20” for “one size”
approx. 112″ x 21″ for “plus size”

Gauge:

10 Lemon Peel sts x 8 rows = 4” square

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Hygge One Size Pattern:

Row 1: Ch-37, sc in 2nd ch from hook. * dc in next ch, sc in next ch * repeat across, dc in last ch. (36)
Rows 2 – 12: Ch-1, turn, * sc in next, dc in next * to end. (36)
Row 13: Ch-2, turn, (dc, sc) in first * dc in next, sc in next * repeat across, (dc, sc) in last. (38)
Rows 14 – 16: Ch-2, turn, * dc in next, sc in next * repeat to end. (38)
Row 17: Ch-1, turn, (sc, dc) in first * sc in next, dc in next * repeat across, (sc, dc) in last. (40)
Rows 18 – 20: Ch-1, turn, * sc in first, dc in next * repeat to end. (40)
Row 21: repeat row 13 (42)
Rows 22 – 24: Ch-2, turn, * dc in first, sc in next * repeat to end. (42)
Row 25: repeat row 17 (44)
Rows 26 – 28: Ch-1, turn, * sc in first, dc in next * repeat to end. (44)
Row 29: repeat row 13 (46)
Rows 30 – 126: Ch-2, turn, * dc in next, sc in next * repeat to end. (46)
*if on gauge, it should measure ~63” here
Row 127: Ch-1, turn, sc2tog. * dc in next, sc in next * repeat across, dc2tog in last 2 sts. (44)
Rows 128 – 130: repeat row 26 (44)
Row 131: ch-2, turn, dc2tog. * sc in next, dc in next * repeat across, sc2tog in last 2 sts. (42)
Row 132- 134: repeat row 30 (42)
Row 135: repeat row 127 (40)
Rows 136 – 138: repeat row 26 (40)
Row 139: repeat row 131 (38)
Rows 140 – 142: repeat row 30 (38)
Row 143: repeat row 127 (36)
Row 144 – 155: repeat row 26 (36)

Cuffs:

Lay out scarf. On each end, fold to create sleeve and overlap by 10 stitches. Hold the place with stitch markers and count your stitches. You should have 26 sts total around the opening, 10 of which you will be working through both sides of the fabric. The width should be about 5.5” – 6” across at row one of the cuff. Insert your hook through both sides of the fabric where overlapped to start. (see photo)

How to put sleeves on a scarf

Row 1: Sc in same st and across those 10 overlapped sts. Sc around entire opening. Join to top of first sc with sl st. (26)

Row 2: ch-1, turn, sc in each st around. Join to top of first sc w/ sl st. (26)

Row 3: Ch-1, turn, sc2tog, sc in each st around. Join to top of first sc w/ sl st. (25)

Rows 4 – 10: repeat row 2 (25)

Row 11: Ch-1, turn, sc in all but last 2 sts, sc2tog. Join to top of first sc w/sl st.(24)

Row 12 – 14: repeat row 2 (24)

Row 15: repeat row 3 (23)

Row 16 – 18: repeat row 2 (23)

Row 19: repeat row 11 (22)

Row 20 – 27: repeat row 2 (22)

Complete the sleeve (One Size):

Lay out the sleeve (one at a time) so that the fabric naturally gets wider, like a sleeve would. Measure up from the first row of the cuff until you reach 10″ high. You want the width at the “top” of the sleeve to be about 7” across. Use a stitch marker to mark the place where the pieces intersect and to keep two pieces from separating as you sew.

Scarf with Sleeves Instructions

Using your remaining yarn, sew from the cuff up those 10” on the sleeve. Flip the sleeve inside out and sew that inside flap closed as well. Weave in all ends. Do the same to the other side.

Hygge Plus Size Pattern:

Row 1: Ch-43, sc in 2nd ch from hook. * dc in next ch, sc in next ch * repeat across, dc in last ch. (42)
Rows 2 – 12: Ch-1, turn, * sc in next, dc in next * to end. (42)
Row 13: Ch-2, turn, (dc, sc) in first * dc in next, sc in next * repeat across, (dc, sc) in last. (44)
Rows 14 – 16: Ch-2, turn, * dc in next, sc in next * repeat to end. (44)
Row 17: Ch-1, turn, (sc, dc) in first * sc in next, dc in next * repeat across, (sc, dc) in last. (46)
Rows 18 – 20: Ch-1, turn, * sc in first, dc in next * repeat to end. (46)
Row 21: repeat row 13 (48)
Rows 22 – 24: Ch-2, turn, * dc in first, sc in next * repeat to end. (48)
Row 25: repeat row 17 (50)
Rows 26 – 28: Ch-1, turn, * sc in first, dc in next * repeat to end. (50)
Row 29: repeat row 13 (52)
Rows 30 – 158: Ch-2, turn, * dc in next, sc in next * repeat to end. (52)
*if on gauge, it should measure ~79” here
Row 159: Ch-1, turn, sc2tog. * dc in next, sc in next * repeat across, dc2tog in last 2 sts. (50)
Rows 160 – 162: repeat row 26 (50)
Row 163: ch-2, turn, dc2tog. * sc in next, dc in next * repeat across, sc2tog in last 2 sts. (48)
Row 164 – 166: repeat row 30 (48)
Row 167: repeat row 159 (46)
Rows 168 – 170: repeat row 26 (46)
Row 171: repeat row 163 (44)
Rows 172 – 174: repeat row 30 (44)
Row 175: repeat row 159 (42)
Row 176 – 187: repeat row 26 (42)

Cuffs:

Lay out scarf. On each end, fold to create sleeve and overlap by 10 stitches. Hold the place with stitch markers and count your stitches. You should have 32 sts total around the opening, 10 of which you will be working through both sides of the fabric. The width should be about 6.5” – 7” across at row one of the cuff. Insert your hook through both sides of the fabric where overlapped to start. (see photo)

Row 1: Sc in same st and across those 10 overlapped sts. Sc around entire opening. Join to top of first sc with sl st. (32)

Row 2: ch-1, turn, sc in each st around. Join to top of first sc w/ sl st. (32)

Row 3: Ch-1, turn, sc2tog, sc in each st around. Join to top of first sc w/ sl st. (31)

Rows 4 – 10: repeat row 2 (31)

Row 11: Ch-1, turn, sc in all but last 2 sts, sc2tog. Join to top of first sc w/sl st.(30)

Row 12 – 14: repeat row 2 (30)

Row 15: repeat row 3 (29)

Row 16 – 18: repeat row 2 (29)

Row 19: repeat row 11 (28)

Row 20 – 27: repeat row 2 (28)

Complete the sleeve (Plus Size):

Lay out the sleeve (one at a time) so that the fabric naturally gets wider, like a sleeve would. Measure up from the first row of the cuff until you reach 10″ high. You want the width at the “top” of the sleeve to be about 9” across. Use a stitch marker to mark the place where the pieces intersect and to keep two pieces from separating as you sew.

Finishing touch (both sizes):

Attach yarn in the corner of the sleeve opening (where the underarm will be) and sc in each row end allll the way to the other end, then up the other side. Join to first sc and weave in all ends.

Scarf with sleeves pattern

That is it! Isn’t this easier than it looks?! Now all we need to do is to practice wearing it! Ha! I hope you love this pattern!

Get the ad-free printable version of this pattern here. Thank you!

Give me a Hygge Scarf with Sleeves

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69 Comments

  1. I am almost done, but I am unclear about the cuffs. Should the crossover be the same on both sides ,kinda hard for me to explain.. but do I cross left over right on the sleeve and do the reverse for the other sleeve, or does it matter, or do I do the same on each side. I am making this for my niece and so far it's been wonderfully easy. I may do more I'm on row 123, so I'm on the downhill side. Thanks
  2. Hello, I am having trouble with the sleeve construction, is there a video on it? The overlap amd sewing it down is what is not clear to me.
  3. Hello! I love this pattern, and love Hygge yarn - win win!! However, I am just starting and already confused on row 14 - good gravy! In row 13, we increased from 36 stitches to 38 by chaining two in the beginning of the row and adding a dc/sc in the first stitch. Then rows 14-16 are supposed to remain at 38 stitches but we are again chaining two at the beginning. Are we considering them both turning chains?
    1. Hi Annie! The ch-2 at the start of rows 13 and 14 are just starting chains to bring the hook up to the height of the dc stitch we are starting the rows with...the ch-2 is not counted. The increase of row 13 happens when we put 2 stitches into each the 1st and last sts of the row...instead of just one stitch as in rows before. Rows 14-16 are just one stitch placed in each stitch across the row, like rows 2-12, the only difference is we are starting 14-16 with a double crochet instead of a single crochet, so we need to chain up 2.
  4. I need help, the way I read the pattern is only one side is decreased to give the tapered sleeve. Where is the instruction to get the other side?
    1. Hi Katie! This pattern is worked wrist to wrist...so the 1st several rows of the pattern are increasing and the last several rows are decreasing.
  5. is one size s to xl and plus size is xxl and up? or am I guessing that wrong? i just want to make sure I'm making the right size for my friend.
  6. Bonjour, j'essaie de comprendre le dessein et explication pour les manche mais je ni arrive pas, auriez-vous un vidéo pour la marche à suivre pour cette section. J'achève mais je suis bloqué là-dessus. Merci d'avance Nathalie
  7. Thank you for having a crochet pattern for this awesome piece! I was reading over the pattern and I was wondering where you would suggest changing colors if I wanted to do stripes. I have a dark teal and a taupe that I was wanting to use for this. Would it be better to switch after 4 rows or 8 rows?
  8. Do you sell the actual scarf? I am not one that can knit or crochet. If so can you direct me where to purchase it? It would need to be a plus size. Thank you! Casandra
  9. Love it! Just finished it, was my first ever large scale crochet project. I’d say it was easy for beginners, however I did have to read the sleeve part a number of times before I understood what I needed to do. Thanks!!!
  10. Hi Ashley Fab work. Im curious could this be turned into a full on jumper <3 Also can it be worn off shoulder - it appears so.
    1. Hi Julie! I used the 8 oz. skeins and needed 4 for the One-size and 7 for the plus-size. Hope this helps!
  11. Hello, I love this pattern so much and am nearly finished (working on the cuffs now). I've noticed on row 3 of the plus sized cuff section the final stitch count says 31. With the sc2tog stitches in this row shouldn't it be 12? Or am I missing something! Thank you for all the time and effort you put into creating this price to share!!
    1. Hi Melissa! In row 3 of the cuffs, you are only doing 1 sc2tog at the beginning, then sc in each remaining stitch. So we are only decreasing 1 stitch.
      1. how many skeins do I need? also I have about 6-7 skeins of gemini brushed chunky, can i use it? if so what size will it make?
        1. Julie, it could work, however I can't find any information how many yards are in a skein, so I couldn't tell you what size you could make with it.
    1. Hi Sara! The plus size would be for sizes 18/20 and up...I would suggest doing the one size. Hope this helps!
      1. I haven't, it's hard to see how the white fuzzy yarn in the picture is folded, and exactly which stitches are closed up...
  12. A pattern I have been wishing for, at last! My arms and chest get cold when I’m snow machining or four wheeling. This will be perfect to wear under my down jacket. Thank you!
  13. I am trying to figure out if I can make a knit one of these. I have never been able to get the hang of crochet.
  14. Hello! I love this pattern. I’m to to crazy about the lemon peel stitch. Do you think this would be ok to just do a double crochet? Or maybe would a half-double be better?
      1. Hi Tonya! Worsted weight would be a bit thin, but you can substitute with any bulky size 5 yarn. Hope this helps!
  15. I finally finished this and it's lovely. I cannot figure out how to wrap it so it crosses in front like in your photos. Can you direct me to a video of how to dot that for real? I saw the video where you played w it over and over and never quite got it right. It was funny watching the video. But now it is just frustrating! I made this for a gift and would really like to show her how to wear it as well. Thank you!
  16. I just fell in love with this Hygge sleeved scarf ! I However, I would very much like to know when the plus size version will be online ! Love from Belgium and thank you for yet another beautiful pattern !
  17. I mainly saved this post because your mom looks so much like one of my aunts. So much so I had to do a few double takes!!! I'm also excited to make this scarf.
  18. Love the looks but I don't get how to finish the sleeves at the end. I am new at this but love it. Could you do a tutorial on this. Thanks for any help u can give me.
    1. Hi Brenda! I would say it would go up to about a size 14/16. I will have an XL version out soon if that will work better for you. Hope this helps!
    1. Hey Jeannie, with the way it is constructed, I think you could get several different looks with this. Just depends on how you wrap it. I can't wait to make one!
    2. Hi Jeannie! It's all a matter of where you tuck and where you pull...lol. But it will cover the chest area if you pull it down a bit in the front. Hope this helps!
  19. When I saw the first picture of you wearing it, I thought you had added sleeves to an infinity scarf. This would be easier I think.