Butterscotch Tassel Scarf - Crochet Pattern

Wind weaving through the tree branches, carrying newly-turned red leaves your way with every chilly gust. Neatly diced pieces of golden, gooey butterscotch catch your eye as you stroll past the sweet-smelling pastry shop... What better way to keep warm on a blustery autumn day than with a hot chocolate and some delicious fudge?

As the seasons slowly begin to change, envelope yourself in the cosy Butterscotch Tassel Scarf, a timeless classic that effortlessly transitions from summer to fall!

Due to the fluffy tassels and over-sized style, it's easy to see how this snug scarf will quickly become your new favourite layering piece to drape over any outfit... Whether worn with a loose tee and jeans, or paired with a stylish coat and high heel boots, this chunky scarf will keep you extra warm and toasty as you fight off the blustery autumn weather!


Changes for Teen/Adult size are in [ ].

6 - 12 Yrs (Child)
Width: 5.5" (14cm)
Length: 60” (152cm)

Width: 8" (20cm)
Length: 70” (178cm)

230 - 300yds Super Chunky Yarn (14ply) - Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick & Quick
Tapestry Needle

Hope you all enjoy this pattern for autumn-friendly scarf.
If you did crochet this, please share a photo on Instagram, I'd love to see it!
Have a lovely day crocheting...


  1. Hello I think my latest project was a bunny for Easter baskets.

  2. Very nicely done as all your GREAT WORK OF ART IS! I LOVE this puff stitch scarf, looks very cozy and snuggly! Thanks for all your GREAT INSPIRATION and HARD WORK!

  3. I am working on a hat for my daughter for her to wear on Easter:)

  4. I haven't crocheted for a while as I'm currently knitting a long cardigan!

  5. Mary Ann Atzrott18 March 2016 at 11:10

    I'm just finishing up a shawl for my daughter.... I'm crocheting together 3 x-large granny squares and putting a border around it. It will be 'v' shaped and is done with Caron Simply Soft in neon colors!

  6. Love it

  7. Im currently doing the Wisteria CAL with Melody

  8. My current projects are: the Antique Rose Infinity Scarf, some booties for an expecting niece, and and ongoing afghan ( I think that' enough for now !).

  9. I love your patterns! Using one to make a cowl and matching hat.

  10. I last crocheted a bedroom mat. thanks for the giveaway.

  11. i just finished last night my first ever beaded crocheted dreamcatcher with a free pattern from @thechillydog and i love it!! can't wait to start the next one!! (also learning to knit so i have been practicing my knit and purl stitches every few days)

  12. How generous! Thank you for offering a pattern. I always love coming to your blog to look at your beautiful projects. Have a good day!

  13. I am making a hat for myself for Easter with the Vanilla Tea Cloche Hat pattern :)