Chunky Finger Crocheted Scarf Pattern

For months now I've been tempted to learn how to finger crochet, so you can only imagine how excited I was to have a free afternoon and some chunky yarn available!
Have you ever tried finger or arm crochet?

300g - 400g Super Bulky Yarn - I used King Cole Big Value Super Chunky
Tapestry/Yarn Needle

Fits 13 Years & Up - Easily adjustable
Width - 6" {15cm}
Length - 55" {140cm} 

4 rows x 2 stitches in sl st = 2 inches

Taking 2 strands of bulky yarn, create a slipknot. Using your fingers crochet 64 Chains by yarning over and pulling through the loop on your fingers. {Note: Add or take away sets of 5 foundation chains if you'd like to create a shorter or longer scarf.}

Rnd 1- Taking your row of 64 chains, use your fingers to Slip Stitch into the first chain you made. This forms a circle to create either a cowl or an infinity scarf depending upon how many foundation chains you made. 
Continue crocheting Slip Stitches all around by inserting your fingers into each chain, yarning over and then pulling back through all the other loops on your fingers. 

Rnd 2 - 13- Insert your fingers into the first stitch of this round, yarn over and pull back through all the other loops on your fingers. This creates a Slip Stitch. Repeat this step all the way around. {Note: Add or take away rows depending on if you'd like to create a thinner or wider scarf.}
When you've reached your desired height, fasten off and weave in loose ends.

Hope you all enjoyed this chunky pattern!
If you did crochet this, please post a photo of your creation onto my Facebook Page.
I'd love to see it!
Have a lovely day crocheting,


  1. I love this pattern! It caught my eye because I love purple. I am going to try this technique FINALLY.
    And I have to tell have a beautiful should smile in more of your pix! :-)
    (I had braces as a teen so I have had a "thing" about nice teeth since I got those things off. LOL)

  2. I would have loved to see a youtube video on this~

  3. Really nice pattern with great texture! See my blogpost here: