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25+ Lovely Crochet Scarf Patterns: {Free}

Posted By Tipnut On February 25, 2011 @ 12:03 am In Crochet | 8 Comments

Here’s a nice mix of different scarves you can crochet, some are unisex and work well for both men and women while others are more lacey and feminine. I also made a separate list for cowls and neck warmers plus added a vintage head scarf pattern (you’ll find those at the bottom). If you’re looking for some that are knit, see this project page here [1].

crochettoday.com

crochettoday.com

Boutique [2]: Skill level marked as “Easy”. Shell stitch design. Finished size approx. 8″ wide x 50 1/2″ long.

Ribbed [3]: Made with a beautiful variation of a hdc stitch that feels nice and is quick to make up. Basic tutorial (easy to figure out).

jennozkan.com

jennozkan.com

blairpeter.typepad.com

blairpeter.typepad.com

Granny Square [4]: Shows how to attach squares together (requires about 20 granny squares).

Soft As Lamb [5]: It’s light & fluffy and has a nice drape due to using a larger hook size than called for with worsted weight yarn.

heather-thegoodlife.blogspot.ca

heather-thegoodlife.blogspot.ca

eatingoutloud.com

eatingoutloud.com

Vertical Stripe [6]: Super simple and is a combination of sc alternated with single chain.

Icarus [7]: Finished size measures 4″ x64″ including fringe, after blocking.

purlbee.com

purlbee.com

agirlandheryarnfk.blogspot.ca

agirlandheryarnfk.blogspot.ca

Cluster Stitch [8]: Made with 3 skeins of worsted yarn, cluster stitch design.

Sweet Guy [9]: This is made by combining 3 rows of each color until you get to the middle, 5 rows of grey, and then reversing the order of the colors to the other edge.

wolfcrochet.wordpress.com

wolfcrochet.wordpress.com

beckyjoiner.blogspot.ca

beckyjoiner.blogspot.ca

Window Pane [10]: This is worked lengthwise, so although you have to get through a long foundation chain, there are only 5 or 7 rows.

Granny’s Skinny [11]: Skill level marked as “Advanced Beginner”. Finished size measures 5″ x 60″.

smoothfoxlover.blogspot.ca

smoothfoxlover.blogspot.ca

littlesliceoflife.wordpress.com

littlesliceoflife.wordpress.com

Claudia [12]: Work the first half then rejoin yarn into back of foundation chain and make second half. This results in the ends matching.

Ziggy Lace [13]: Use lace weight yarn doubled for this project or you could substitute with 220 yds. of fingering weight yarn instead.

hookandyarn.wordpress.com

hookandyarn.wordpress.com

theartofzencrochet.blogspot.ca

theartofzencrochet.blogspot.ca

Lacey [14]: Made with approximately 330 yards of Dk or worsted weight yarn and size 9 mm and 4.5 mm hooks.

Curlicue [15]: Made with a 6.0mm hook and 8ply/DK yarn. A novelty yarn is used for row 3 to provide some contrast but you can experiment with whatever yarn you like.

laughingpurplegoldfish.blogspot.ca

laughingpurplegoldfish.blogspot.ca

littlesliceoflife.wordpress.com

littlesliceoflife.wordpress.com

Cascade [16]: Both UK and US terms provided.

Mesh [17]: Made with worsted weight yarn, the stitch used is the the Double Triple Crochet.

lilibethsgarden.wordpress.com

lilibethsgarden.wordpress.com

bohoknits.blogspot.ca

bohoknits.blogspot.ca

Scalloped Angora [18]: A nice and easy design suitable for beginners, finished size is approximately 6″ wide and 44″ long (including fringe).

Cassia [19]: Made with lace weight yarn and size 4.00mm hook, includes a hand drawn chart if you prefer working with that.

littlesliceoflife.wordpress.com

littlesliceoflife.wordpress.com

jimmybeanswool.com

jimmybeanswool.com

Make No Mistake [20]: Also has a knitting version.

With Curly Fringe [21]: Made with worsted weight yarn and works up quickly with a half-dc stitch. Fringe is worked with 2 strands of yarn.

thekansashooker.blogspot.ca

thekansashooker.blogspot.ca

crochetinsider.com

crochetinsider.com

Morning Dew [22]: (has beads) Skill level Easy to Intermediate, finished size measures approximately 3 3/4″ wide and 4′ long.

Zip Line [23]: Stitches used (ch, dc, slst, fpdc, bpdc, shell), needs about 2 skeins of yarn.

positori.blogspot.ca

positori.blogspot.ca

mousenotebook.blogspot.ca

mousenotebook.blogspot.ca

Lacy Shells [24]: Soft and warm with a simple shell stitch design.

Cowls & Neck Warmers

thecrimsonowl.blogspot.ca

thecrimsonowl.blogspot.ca

Convertible [25]: Use any bulky yarn or 2 strands of medium weight yarn to make. This project is great for beginners and easy to customize.

Chunky [26]: Close with a flower pin, or sew on a button that can be worked through the open stitch.

craftstylish.com

craftstylish.com

goodknits.com

goodknits.com

One-Hour Is All It Takes [27]: Stitches used are the simple single & dc.

Circle [28]: This will go around your neck twice.

sakuraknit.blogspot.ca

sakuraknit.blogspot.ca

brookeanndove.blogspot.ca

brookeanndove.blogspot.ca

Infinity [29]: Two versions available, one for super extra chunky style.

Pink Ribbon [30]: This is worked in ridges and has a sc border, imitating the texture of grosgrain ribbon.

krazyawesome.com

krazyawesome.com

naturallycaron.com

naturallycaron.com

Amaryllis [31]: Body worked in broomstick lace (rounds). Measures approximately 50″ circumference x 17 1/2″ wide, stitches used are ch, hdc, sc and sl st.

Infinity [32]: Easy to make and uses 2 balls of yarn in color of choice, worked in sc and dc stitches.

impressionsofjenni.blogspot.ca

impressionsofjenni.blogspot.ca

wolfcrochet.wordpress.com

wolfcrochet.wordpress.com

Erika Cozy [33]: One size fits most, a light blocking along the front edges will help keep the corners from curling.

Chunky Infinity [34]: Roughly measures about 65″ around and 8″ wide.

myfavouritethingsblog95.blogspot.it

myfavouritethingsblog95.blogspot.it

VintageFirst published December 10, 2008 and moved to this page for better organization

This is simple and easy to make; one can be made in a couple of hours. The original was made of 2-ply yarn; one ounce is sufficient to make one. Use size 00 hook. String weight thread would make a very pretty one too; a size 4 or 5 hook is best for this weight of thread.

  • Ch 10, dc in third ch from hook and in each ch to end of row. Ch 3, turn, dc in each dc across. Work 5 more rows. Fold piece in half and stitch ends together with sc, ch 3 to turn.
  • Into each sc, work 2 dc, drawing loop out about 1/4 inch long, ch 3 to turn. The next row and each following, make 1 long sc, ch 2, until piece measures 9 inches.
  • Work another piece to correspond; join wide ends with sc.
  • The points or tabs are made alike: begin with first doubled piece and work 9 sc into fold, ch 1, turn. Into each st across, work 2 dc, ch 3, turn, proceed as for center, decreasing at end of each row, by omitting ch 3 between last two sc, then skipping these on next row.
  • If worked with a mercerized or string weight thread, begin with a ch of 15 and work 10 rows to form the slot. When the sts are worked into the folded edge to form the tabs, make 14 sc. Work remainder following directions.

Source: The WorkBasket, 1949


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URLs in this post:

[1] this project page here: http://tipnut.com/scarf-patterns/

[2] Boutique: http://www.crochettoday.com/node/540

[3] Ribbed: http://jennozkan.com/2010/uncategorized/crochet-ribbed-scarf-its-like-knitting-only-better/

[4] Granny Square: http://blairpeter.typepad.com/weblog/2010/10/granny-square-scarf-a-simple-how-to.html

[5] Soft As Lamb: http://heather-thegoodlife.blogspot.com/2010/12/soft-as-lamb-scarf.html

[6] Vertical Stripe: http://www.eatingoutloud.com/2010/11/vertical-stripe-crochet-scarf-unisex.html

[7] Icarus: http://www.purlbee.com/crocheted-icarus-scarf/

[8] Cluster Stitch: http://agirlandheryarnfk.blogspot.com/2010/08/cluster-stitch-scarf-and-accompanying_19.html

[9] Sweet Guy: http://wolfcrochet.wordpress.com/2009/09/24/pauls-sweet-guy-scarf/

[10] Window Pane: http://beckyjoiner.blogspot.com/2010/12/window-pane-scarf.html

[11] Granny’s Skinny: http://smoothfoxlover.blogspot.com/2011/01/smoothfoxs-grannys-skinny-scarf-free.html

[12] Claudia: http://littlesliceoflife.wordpress.com/free-patterns/claudia-scarf/

[13] Ziggy Lace: http://hookandyarn.wordpress.com/2008/01/14/lace-scarf-pattern/

[14] Lacey: http://theartofzencrochet.blogspot.com/2010/01/free-lacey-crochet-scarf-pattern.html

[15] Curlicue: http://laughingpurplegoldfish.blogspot.com/2008/10/3-2-1-and-youre-done-its-curlicue-scarf.html

[16] Cascade: http://littlesliceoflife.wordpress.com/free-patterns/cascade-scarf/

[17] Mesh: http://lilibethsgarden.wordpress.com/free-patterns/crocheted-mesh-scarf/

[18] Scalloped Angora: http://bohoknits.blogspot.com/2009/06/scalloped-angora-scarf.html

[19] Cassia: http://littlesliceoflife.wordpress.com/2008/09/28/cassia-scarf/

[20] Make No Mistake: http://www.jimmybeanswool.com/freeKnittingPatternMakeNoMistakeScarf.asp

[21] With Curly Fringe: http://thekansashooker.blogspot.ca/2008/12/merry-christmas-felicidades.html

[22] Morning Dew: http://crochetinsider.com/pattern/morning-dew-scarf

[23] Zip Line: http://positori.blogspot.ca/2011/02/free-crochet-pattern-zip-line-scarf.html

[24] Lacy Shells: http://mousenotebook.blogspot.ca/2011/10/little-crochet-moment.html

[25] Convertible: http://www.thecrimsonowl.blogspot.com/2009/08/convertible-cowl-free-pattern.html

[26] Chunky: http://www.craftstylish.com/item/33262/how-to-crochet-a-chunky-last-minute-scarflet

[27] One-Hour Is All It Takes: http://goodknits.com/blog/1-hour-neckwarmer/

[28] Circle: http://sakuraknit.blogspot.com/2010/11/circle-scarf.html

[29] Infinity: http://brookeanndove.blogspot.com/2010/11/infinity-scarf-pattern.html

[30] Pink Ribbon: http://www.krazyawesome.com/knitmonster/pink-ribbon-scarf-crochet.html

[31] Amaryllis: http://www.naturallycaron.com/projects/amaryllis/amaryllis_2.html

[32] Infinity: http://impressionsofjenni.blogspot.ca/2011/10/diy-autumn-infinity-scarf.html

[33] Erika Cozy: http://wolfcrochet.wordpress.com/2012/01/25/erika-neck-cozy/

[34] Chunky Infinity: http://myfavouritethingsblog95.blogspot.it/2012/10/a-unique-gift-chunky-infinity-scarf.html

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