Christmas Tree Crochet Scarf

Christmas Tree Crochet Scarf

This free crochet pattern shows you how to make a fun holiday Christmas tree scarf.

What you need

Size: Finished length is 62 inches.

Size I crochet hook. Red Heart Super Saver Yarn 1 skein each Paddy Green, Wood Brown. Yarn needle. Yellow Felt. 100 small colored pom poms. Fabric glue.


Notes: Blocking scarf – To block scarves use hot iron and kitchen size towel wet. Lay scarf on iron board or hard surface and place wet towel over scarf, lightly press iron on towel, do not move but just quick press. This steams the scarf and flattens it out so it lays nice. Repeat for full length of scarf. As you steam press be sure you shape if needed. Let dry for at least 15 minutes. If you leave iron on to long or press hard you can ruin scarf.

Tree (make 14)

Row 1: with paddy green ch 14, sc in 2nd ch from hk, sc in each ch across, turn. (13)

Row 2: ch 1, sc in 12 sts, turn. (leave last sc un worked now and throughout) (12)

Row 3: ch 1, sc in 11 sts, turn. (11)

Row 4: ch 1, sc in 10 sts, turn. (10)

Row 5: ch 1, sc in 9 sts, turn. (9)

Row 6: ch 1, sc in 8 sts, turn. (8)

Row 7: ch 1, sc in 7 sts, turn. (7)

Row 8: ch 1, sc in 6 sts, turn. (6)

Row 9: ch 1, sc in 5 sts, turn. (5)

Row 10: ch 1, sc in 4 sts, turn. (4)

Row 11: ch 1, sc in 3 sts, turn. (3)

Row 12: ch 1, sc in 2 sts, Fasten off.


Row 1: working across bottom of tree sk 5 sc, attach wood brown in next sc, ch 1, sc in same sc, sc in each of next two sc, turn.

Row 2: ch 1, sc across, Fasten off leaving long enough strand of yarn to use for stitching together.


Stitch 7 trees together twice and then stitch two halves together joining tops of trees. Lightly block scarf before embellishing. Cut 14 stars out of yellow felt and glue to tops of trees, do not cover all of trunks. Glue 7 to 8 pom poms on trees.

All done!



We have had this project on our blog since 2008 but it has recently shot to fame due to crazy scarfs and their feature on Fuller house the tv series. Kimmy Gibbler wore a scarf almost identical. Both scarfs the Gibbler style scarf featured on the show and our free crochet scarf were designed by Twinkie Chan. Twinkie designed this pattern for us over 10 years ago and we are very proud to still have this crochet scarf pattern on our blog. We hope you enjoy this version of the scarf as a free pattern. You can get more of Twinkie Chans Crochet patterns here.


  1. I love it. If I have time I will try it

  2. Very unique

  3. I can’t get this pattern to print. Tried from crochet. Tried from Christmas. Please send it to me in a PDF file. Thank you,
    Jonnie Herr

  4. Betty Mossman says

    I really like iti like different patterns and this one us really different

  5. Great idea, but in Row 1 of the instructions for the trunk it should say “sc in each of the next TWO sc,” not “TO” sc! The misspelling might confuse someone who is just learning to crochet.

  6. So beauty

  7. Trudy Mintun says

    I am going to use this as a garland for around a room or in a window.

  8. I am making tis scarf now for next Christmas and I love the pattern. Tks

  9. txsunshine9608 says

    Such a great idea. Love it!!!

  10. 5 stars for christmas tree scarf. would like father christmas or snowman pattern for scarf like this – any ideas would be appreciated. any thanks

  11. Love this! It would make a great garland or table runner also.

  12. great idea now i just need to know how to crochet so original and very cute i love it i give 6 stars if i could

  13. do they have this in a knitting project it is so cute

  14. SoccerFreak2014 says

    wonderful idea, i just don’t know how to crochet! ):

  15. I Love the whole Christmas tree concept!! This pattern is the best scarf one I’ve seen so far!

    Thanks for the pattern.

  16. Great Idea!! I’m always looking for crazy scarves to make my friend.Cant wait to start on this one

  17. This pattern is so very cute. I really like it and it looks easy to make. I will try it for the upcoming Christmas season.


  18. This is so cute! I never would of thought of something like that!

  19. so cute! wish I could knit! 😀

  20. The scarf is very cute, I like it a lot. I want to do one of these but don’t have the color’s needed.. I might just improvise though… Very adorable for Christmas! Happy Holidays!

  21. awww… not sure if it would keep a person warm or not. GOOD IDEA ANYWAY! LOL.

  22. Fun and Easy Pattern

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