Scarves

Crochet scarf patterns are fabulous accessories all year round. Learn how to crochet a scarf for winter, spring, summer or fall with these simple crochet scarf patterns and see how easy it is to create a design that turns heads!

Crochet scarves are the essential fall and winter patterns – with so many styles to choose from, it’s easier than ever to find the perfect design and type to layer under your jacket or winter coat. Plus, they’re SO easy to make, it’s no wonder why they’re the default holiday or birthday gift for any new crocheter just starting out. A crochet scarf is the perfect combination of stylish, useful and oh-so-easy.

Explore various styles and choose the design that best fits your skill level. Give color changes and complex stitch patterns a try, or stick to a simple stitch pattern – the choice is yours!


Quinn Flannel Scarf

Quinn Flannel Scarf

This scarf features a unique tartan fabric made by utilizing color blocking and a deceptively simple surface slipped stitch design, ending in plenty of fringe. The plaid can be made with three to four colors and endless cross hatching possibilities.

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Olympus Scarf

Mount Olympus in Utah is covered in green forests at its base, giving it a striking appearance. Inspired by this very landscape, the equally-green scarf boasts intertwining cables that provide an intriguing texture.

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Leighton Patchwork Scarf

The Leighton Patchwork Scarf is the Tunisian crochet sampler scarf of your dreams. Inspired by the shift in seasons, this pattern is written in self-contained sections that can be rearranged to suit your preference. The customizable pattern combines a balance of textures and colorwork to create a bold and romantic statement scarf. The name “Leighton” means “meadow town” and we can’t help but think that this scarf resembles an aerial view of meadows and fields in the countryside.

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Tahoe Scarf

Finish off your look and keep the cold away with the versatile Tahoe Hat and Scarf set. The textured stitches, combined with a tweed yarn, and twisted fringe ends give it a classic touch that you are sure to love.

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Jaelynn Ripple Scarf

Jaelynn is a wide scarf that can be worn as a shawl depending on your style. This is a great and easy pattern to play with different yarn. So if you’ve been saving a special yarn for just the right project, it’s time to take it out of your stash! This pattern truly lets the yarn shine. 

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Moon Scallops Scarf

Inspired by pink moon scallop shells collected from sandy beaches, this scarf brings together small and large shell shapes. The result is a breezy scarf that’s easy to make and easy to wear on morning walks while you look for seashells.

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