Bonus Pattern! Little Grape Jelly Scarf

The sweet little person whom I gifted the Grape Jelly Scarf asked if her dolly could have one too…thus the Little Grape Jelly was born! Remember this purple scarf?

Click here for Grape Jelly Scarf Pattern

I looked for some cute bulky yarn leftovers and whipped up the smaller one in a fun pink.

This is a “sort-of” pattern…it is so easy and fast, you’ll only need just a bit of time too.


  • 1/2 Skein Lion Brand Hometown USA Yarn in “Honolulu Pink” colorway
  • Scraps of Lion Brand Hometown USA Yarn in “Minneapolis Purple” colorway 
  • N (9.0 mm) Crochet Hook
  • Tapestry Needle


  • Scarf can be made as long as you like by making your starting chain longer or shorter.  Scarf as shown measures approximately 1.5 inches wide. 


Make a chain as long as you’d like your scarf to be, plus 3 more chains.  In the 3rd ch from the hook, work 1 dc.  Work 2 dc in the next chain and in each ch to the end of the row.

Pom Poms:

Make two pom poms using leftovers from both skeins. Click here for a photo tutorial on making a multicolored pom pom… Leave tails intact for attaching them to the scarf later.


Attach pom poms securely to each end of the scarf using tails from the pom poms. Weave in any ends from scarf that remain.

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© Jennifer Dickerson 2013
Please note: Patterns are for personal and charity use only.
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2 thoughts on “Bonus Pattern! Little Grape Jelly Scarf

  1. This is really unique and fun! I like the way the two sides have different colors (I just happen to love these two colors together). I think it adds interest and visual depth! Score! Thanks so much for posting. You have put together a very well rounded blog, and your interaction with visitors comments makes a person feel like they really matter to you. I was pleasantly surprised when I posted a personal quest for a scarf pattern that would be good for a 'first scarf' without being 'cheesy' or looking like a 'first scarf', and next morning, I had a tweet, from you. It said "How about these?" (Or something along that line) and had a link to a list of your scarves that were appropriately easy, yet attractive! I love them! I'm all over your YouTube channel too! This is definitely a blog that I plan to frequent on a regular basis! 😀

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