Hello everyone! Welcome to Pretty in Crochet’s new home. I’m very excited to have my own website and to be here sharing all my crochet love with you. I hope to continue to learn and create using my crochet hooks, and one of my ambitions is to also start designing crochet patterns. That’s huge and scary for me, but it’s a challenge I’m relishing and I hope to share soon with you a pattern of my very own making. How exciting would that be?!

Today I do have a pattern to share with you, and although I hooked this up out of my own head, I’m hesitant to say it’s an original design as it’s something anyone who can crochet can come up with on their own. On the other hand, I did chose the yarn, hook size, and stitch count and type, soooo maybe it is an original design? My very first and I didn’t realize it until now?? I think it might be! It’s very exciting to be sharing my first design here on Pretty In Crochet.

Rustic Granite Scarf

Rustic Granite Scarf 


Style Craft Life Super Chunky, 3 balls in Rustic
10.00mm (P) hook

Chain 16, and then, working in the ridge, begin row one.

Row 1: In second ch from hook, *sc, ch 1 sk next st, sc in next stitch rep from * across, end with a sc in last stitch. Ch 1, turn.

Row 2:  In the one ch sp, *sc, ch 1 sk next st, sc in next ch sp rep from * across. End with a sc in last stitch, ch 1 turn. Repeat row two until scarf reaches desired length. My general rule of thumb is to crochet until the length reaches my hips for a scarf that will wrap twice around your neck.


Cut three lengths of yarn (I never measure mine, I should probably start) and work a tassel into every other stitch on both ends. Viola! You’ve just made the Rustic Granite Scarf.

I hope you have fun hooking up this cozy scarf! I know it’s spring, but you never know when a cold wind might blow in, especially in my neck of the woods. And I love looking pretty in crochet so to be quite honest, that chilly wind can blow in for a day. Have a wonderful time crocheting.


  1. Congratulations on the new blog and the pattern. They both look great! Be careful, though. Designing your own stuff is addictive. 😉

    1. Thanks for dropping in! I’m so glad to get feedback. I’m so excited about designing!

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