Scarves

Scarves are a fabulous accessory all year round. Learn how to crochet a scarf for winter, spring, summer or fall with these simple crochet scarf patterns.


Sun-kissed Wave Infinity Scarf

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Light summer scarves are a great way to spice up your summer wardrobe, and this open and airy infinity scarf will certainly do the trick. The blend of colors have the same effect as the sun reflecting off an ocean wave, while the Solomon’s knot crochet technique gives the scarf a unique look.

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Sweet Birdsong Scarf

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Spring means we will once again get to enjoy birdsong, and there’s no better way to welcome back your feathered friends than working up this textured scarf. The bird appliques rest on a branch made of the same front post and shell stitches as the body of the scarf and are accented by optional puffy white clouds way up in the sky.

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Pyramids of Style Scarf

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This lacy scarf features a unique combination of shell and v-stitches that are easily repeated over a four-row stitch pattern. Worn with a simple jean jacket, this eye-catching design will be the star of the outfit.

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China Blue Honeycomb Scarf

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The scarf is inspired by the theme of China Blue. The China’s blue and white porcelain is an oriental traditional art. But when it comes with mohair crocheted motif, it has some modern feel. The scarf is formed with 45 crocheted honeycomb motifs.

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Tasseled Boho Scarf

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As the weather turns warmer as we head into spring, this tasseled scarf is the perfect way to stay warm on those chillier afternoons. Plus, it’s perfect for adding a touch of bohemian charm to whatever outfit it’s paired with.

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Juniper Hooded Scarf

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If you’ve never crocheted cables before, this is a perfect first crochet cable pattern. The scarf portion is made straight and long, then the center portion is sewn up to make a hood. If you prefer your scarves sans hood, simply skip this step and you’ll have a nice long accessory to wear all season.

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