The no. 2 yellow pencil has been a staple for generations of school children. Quirky and fun, this scarf could be a great welcome-back-to-school gift for elementary school teachers!View Project
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!
The open, lattice-like stitches along the edges of this scarf contrast sharply with the thick, cable center to create an accessory that is both warm and stunning. This project is likely to be your go-to pattern for gifts this year!View Project
The inspiration for this scarf came from the yarn itself. The long color repeats of Urth Uneek Worsted created thin vertical stripes when crocheted over a longer field of stitches without pooling. The resulting sunset-like lines are pleasing for beginners and experienced crocheters alike as they master the linen stitch.View Project
This cozy creation features a series of triples: three colors and three different tunisian stitches. Mix any three colors of worsted weight yarn to create this fall staple and enjoy crocheting with three different types of Tunisian stitches: double stitch, simple stitch and front post double stitch.View Project
The news surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic is anything but slow moving — things are evolving at a rapid pace with new facts and additional safety guidelines being announced almost every day. This is especially true regarding facemasks. While there is still debate regarding the efficacy of non-medical grade face coverings, a recent article from theView Project
Hanna is a cozy corner 2 corner scarf is worked on the diagonal. Soft tassels at each corner complete this fun to make scarf.View Project
Modeled after the popular Raspberry Tweed Shawl, this updated edition has transformed into a rectangular lace scarf complete with playful tassels. Crocheted with super bulky weight yarn, it is a perfect on-trend cold weather shawl.View Project
If you’re a fan of our October Blossoms Scarf, then you’ll love this winter friendly rendition. December Snowflakes is a worsted-weight scarf featuring an overall lacy stitch pattern with a flurry of snowflakes fringe at each end. With easy size adjustments, it can also be made into a wrap to toss around your shoulders for those frosty winter days and evenings.View Project
We know you loved the original Children’s Pocket Scarves, so we made one just for adults, too! This updated adult-size version is perfect for warming your hands or for making mommy and me (or daddy and me) coordinated sets.View Project
Shades of vanilla and other neutrals make this scarf an instant classic. A simple, cozy rectangle, looped fringe and the moss stitch make this project one you will make again and again. This gorgeous piece is modeled after the popular Juniper Wrap from a past issue!View Project