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.


Hydrangea Scarf

Using an ombre yarn to create large 3D flower motifs, this scarf looks like the blue and violet colored hydrnngea’s. One of the exciting parts about hydrangeas is that their color is determined by the minerals in the soil. Pick up your crochet hook and see which direction the colors of the yarn take you with this cozy pattern.

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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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Wintertide Hike Scarf

Bulky designs are in, and this oversized braided cable scarf fits the bill. Complete with a fun tassel, this piece will keep you toasty while you explore the great outdoors regardless of the temperature.

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October Blossoms Scarf

October Blossoms is a worsted-weight scarf featuring an overall lacy stitch pattern and a sweet flower fringe at each end. With easy size adjustments, it can also be made into a wrap to toss around your shoulders for those cool autumn days and evenings.

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Sun-kissed Wave Infinity Scarf

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

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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