Free Pattern – Starbella Luxe Scarf

Premier ® Yarns has so many specialty yarns that are perfect for making glitzy and glamorous, or cuddly and cozy scarfs and accessories. Starbella Luxe® is one of my favorites, with its touch of Alpaca to add luxury, and a hint of glitter to add sparkle. This super bulky #6 yarn is an acrylic blend and does require a bit of special care beause of the alpaca, thus it is hand wash and dry flat only. It is perfect for crochet and knit projects.



Starbella Luxe comes in 6 beautiful colors that will be showcased at the beginning of the video. Here’s a sneak peek!


This project is so easy…all you need is one skein of Starbella Luxe, a crochet hook, scissors, and about 30 minutes.

Ready? Let’s crochet a scarf.

Watch the Right-Handed Video Tutorial

Watch the Left-Handed Video Tutorial


Fashion doesn’t get any easier than this, does it?

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Fold over the beginning edge


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Pick up eight loops, skipping a loop in between


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Pull the ending strand through to secure


Here are the quick links to the yarn and videos contained in this post:

Starbella Luxe Yarn

Right-Handed Video

Left-Handed Video




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Comments (2)

  • Jeannie Fagerstrom 10 years ago Reply

    I knitted a Starbella Luxe scarf for myself in the hot pink and wore it out to the store. A woman (whom I know) came over to me and bought it right off my neck! :0)

    I was skeptical when I started knitting it, but it’s SO much prettier knitted up than in the skein. I would make more if my LYS had any more this season.

    maggieweldon 10 years ago Reply

    Hi Jeannie, Congratulations on your scarf! Have you tried to crochet with Starbella? It is very easy to do, and also makes a beautiful scarf. There are several new varieties of Starbella that also make lovely scarves. You can check http://www.maggiescrochet.com/search?q=starbella to see them.

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