Ariana Hall

Ariana is a crochet blogger and entrepreneur. Her business is new, but her creations come from being the person that she has always been her entire life. Much of who she is has to do with her family, from being a daughter and granddaughter to being a wife and mother. Her designs are inspired by the love in each of these relationships and they have encouraged her to share her work and creativity with others.

The Brielle Scarf Crochet Pattern


Hello everyone! My name is Ariana Hall and I am so grateful to be here!  My passion for crocheting happened nearly 6 years ago. My husband’s mom, Lisa, had been crocheting and gifted her son the most beautiful afghan that I have ever seen! I desperately felt that I had to learn how to do that myself. A hook, yarn and a couple of YouTube videos later I made my first newborn hat.

Three of my top favorite things to make is amigurumi, accessories, and home décor. I feel like The Brielle Scarf is a great way to introduce myself because I like to use many different styles and techniques. For this scarf I used the finger crochet method! I felt like this project worked up quicker than using a hook but I do provide a hook size that would appropriate for this jumbo yarn. I hope you enjoy this pattern and give it a try!


Jumbo weight 7 yarn approximately 66 yards (2 skeins)

Bulky weight 5 yarn for the fringe (1 skein)

25.00 mm hook (optional)


Measuring tape

Stitches used:

SC - single crochet

DC – double crochet

St – stitch

FO – fasten off

CH – chain

Notes for finger crochet method:

When you yarn over and pull through make sure to pull to the height of the SC and DC otherwise stitches will be too tight, making your hand tire out quicker.

When my pointer finger gets tired I switch off and use my middle finger to yarn over and pull through.

The Brielle Scarf Crochet Pattern:

Make a slip knot with the loop wide enough to insert both pointer and thumb through the hole and using the working yarn pull through to create your chain.

CH. 5

Row 1 – SC in the 2nd CH from the hook and in the next two. CH 2, turn.

Row 2 – DC in the 1st st, SC in the next, DC in the last st. CH 1, turn.

Row 3 – SC in the first st, DC in the next, SC in the last st. CH 2, turn.

Row 4 – Repeat Row 2

Row 5 – Repeat Row 3

Continue the two row repeat (2&3) until you reach the end of the second skein, ending with row 1.  FO and weave in the ends.

The Fringe

Cut 12 inch 50 strands of the bulky yarn. Group 5 strands together and insert through the edge of both ends of the scarf.  Trim the fringe evenly.

It was so fun creating The Brielle Scarf for you all! It really is something fun and makes your hands work and move differently. I would love to see your own make of The Brielle Scarf on Instagram tag me along @arianaehall !

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