71 Crochet Scarf Patterns
If you love to crochet but don’t want to make something big as a blanket or a cardigan, a crochet scarf could be the answer. You can make quite a style statement by accessorizing your outfit with cool crochet scarves. They can be made with basic crochet stitches alone or a bit more complex ones, depending on your skill level. We have curated a bunch of appealing patterns for you to choose from.
A honeycomb crochet scarf would win you over with its looks. The lush scarf only needs you to have the knowledge of double crochet, chain, and single crochet to some extent.
This dual-tone indigo scarf can grab a few eyeballs with its eye-catchy looks. The lightweight scarf could be a stylish addition to your spring wardrobe.
This lacy crochet scarf is pretty easy to make. It keeps you relaxed as you crochet the pattern. It is also suitable for beginners.
Men would look stylish in winter by flaunting this gray scarf. The free pattern is made in chain stitch, slip stitch, and single crochet.
The distinct lime green color of this scarf makes it perfect for fall. It is made with baby-soft cashmerino yarn.
This single crochet scarf is a fairly simple project that is ideal for complete beginners. Though the single-stitch scarf can be made pretty fast, the time taken would vary depending on your skill level and gauge.
This beginner hooded scarf crochet pattern would keep your neck as well as head warm during the chilly months.
This classy pineapple lace pattern scarf would transport you to a bygone era. The written instructions are complemented by a diagram.
This is a modern take on a granny scarf that would win over the hearts of young and old alike. The written instructions are complemented with step-by-step photos in the tutorial.
This long scarf would comfortably sit around your neck with some slack with plenty of length hanging down.
This easy and repetitive pattern would win you over with its pretty, feminine, and frilly looks. Single crochet and chains make up the edging of the scarf.
Tassels, picots, and scallops make this textured scarf stand out. The main ingredients of this luxurious scarf are chains and puff stitches.
A chunky yarn crochet scarf like this one keeps your neck and chest warm and cozy in winter. The luxe look of the accessory would grab eyeballs too!
This scarf is crocheted in bulky yarn and would keep you warm and fashionable in the winter months. It helps you learn the foundation chain and half double crochet (hdc).
This keyhole scarf boasts of an attractive texture that is, interestingly, made from simple stitches. It would make an adorable handmade Christmas present.
This easy lacy red scarf is perfect for summer when you want to wear a tank top but doesn’t want to expose much of your shoulders.
This Grinch scarf crochet pattern would be a hot favorite during the holiday season. It comes replete with a face and a red hat.
If your little boy is a Harry Potter fan, you can make him this cute scarf in two colors. The tutorial comes replete with a video showing you how to change colors.
Any kid would love to wear this colorful and cute scarf. It features a rainbow, a heart, and fluffy clouds. Doesn’t it look awesome?
The construction and stitch pattern of this large scarf makes it easy to work with black yarn. Except for the edge stitches and the foundation row, you will be working with chains.
If you are not at ease with the crochet hook but want to make a big scarf, you could try out the finger crochet technique.
You can make this beautiful crochet shell stitch scarf for both adults and children. You can make this a gift to your family members. Just select yarn of their favorite color and start crocheting.
This cool scarf is made using the C2C technique. The main ingredients are chain stitches, and double and single crochet stitches.
This Rapunzel scarf crochet pattern looks chic and stylish on you. It is long and can be wrapped around the neck or head to keep you warm and cozy.
The blossoms on this scarf make it the perfect accessory for spring. The flower motifs are crocheted separately and then sewn together.
Each of these classy scarves can be made in an hour with just a single skein of bulky yarn. The combination of V-stitch and double crochet makes them stand out.
This crocheted scarf boasts of an attractive texture, making it ideal for gifts and charity. It could also be the perfect accessory for your winter outfit.
This neck scarf scores with its versatility and effortlessly stylish looks. The chic striped neck scarf would leave you dreaming about the French countryside.
This pattern works well with solid colors but not with multiple hues. It would be your go-to pattern for making a thin scarf.
The Boho looks of this scarf would be a hit with youngsters. Its picot edging looks classy and cool. The written instructions are complemented by a video tutorial.
The combination of ripple stitch and variegated yarn makes this crochet scarf a winner. It uses the dc2tog (double crochet two-together) stitch.
Brighten up any gloomy day with this cute bobble stitch scarf. The texture is thick enough to keep you cozy and warm in the winter months.
Crocheting this gorgeous blanket scarf gives you the unique opportunity to use up your yarn stash. It can be improvised according to the type and amount of yarn that you have.
This light, an airy scarf can be easily made while traveling. It looks fancy, but you would be glad to know that it is a no-fuss project. Lightweight yarn goes into its making.
We are sure that the variety of patterns presented to you in this article would leave you spoilt for choice. Each one is unique in its own right. Just follow your heart and choose one of the patterns above and let your crochet hook spell magic.
Published on October 21st 2020 by Peyton Derrida