The Ultimate Scarf Collection: 5 Must-Have Patterns
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No matter the season, there’s always a scarf pattern to crochet! For crochet winter scarf patterns, look no further than the Adalynn Cowl which is full of cozy stitches and keeps out the chill. For crochet summer scarves, the Eden Eyelets Scarf will do the trick on warm but breezy days!

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Ayla is a long rectangular scarf worked from one shallow point to the other. Alternate rows of crochet lace are paired with narrow tassels for a delicate aesthetic. Only one cake of Lion Brand Wrap Star is used to make this fun and feminine scarf. Read More 


Using Foundation Single Crochet and Linked First Half Double Crochet stitches, the base of the argyle pattern takes shape in this dense and cozy scarf. Weave in yarn from edge to edge to create the final diamond shapes in this clever design. Read More 


Chunky yarn is an excellent choice for making cowls. With a combination of front post and back post crochet stitches, this cowl ends up being extra cozy and warm. Read More 


Eyelets float between rows of dc in this lacy fringed scarf that works up quickly in DK weight yarn. For best stitch appearance, choose a smooth, non-elastic yarn such as cotton or linen. Read More 


Margot is a beautiful scarf worked in gradient yarn. It follows the beautiful Queen Anne’s pattern which is very elegant and airy. Have fun playing with multiple colorways to create a lovely look that’s uniquely you. Read More