48+ Easy Crochet Scarf PAttern Ideas for Winter
#1 Edge Of The Universe Scarf Pattern
Our Edge Of The Universe Scarf Bundle includes…
Yarn A: 1 skein of Purl Soho + Knit Collage’s Comet. Each skein is approximately 34 yards/115 grams; approximately 34 yards required. We used the color Starship, which is 89% wool, 10% silk, and 1% angelina sparkle. (Other colors have slightly different fiber combos!)
Yarn B: 3 skeins of Purl Soho’s Gentle Giant, 100% merino wool. Each skein is approximately 48 yards/125 grams; approximately 144 yards required. We used the color Elephant Gray.
#2 Lyon Looping Scarf Pattern
This lovely, warm scarf is easy to make yourself with the Caro’s Circle Square. The scarf is made with Phildar Phil Looping
The scarf becomes approx. 190 cm long and 30 cm wide. A square becomes approx. 12 x 12 cm.
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#3 Blooming Stripy Ribbed Scarf Pattern
You can create your own beautiful crochet ribbed scarf, a perfect beginner crochet pattern. The pattern comes with a video tutorial and detailed photos to help you complete this project.
You can personalise your colour choices from one solid colour through to 6 different colour stripes to really make a statement!
#4 Cross Lines Scarf Pattern
We’ll keep you engaged from start to finish on this knit scarf that features cheerful colors that change knitting direction on a simple garter stitch background. This project will also have you doing increases and decreases in the middle of the fabric to create cross lines to achieve the overall design. Pattern perfectly brings out the self-striping feature of the yarn, so select your color of Caron Anniversary Cakes to make this super-scarf reflect your unique personality!
#5 Endless Infinity Scarf Pattern
The Endless Infinity Scarf – All the fun of stripes, with no extra ends to weave in.
Why weave in ends when you don’t have to? The Endless Infinity Scarf is an easy crochet pattern, worked in the round with fingering weight yarn. What makes this pattern really special is that yarn is carried up in the inside for each color change which means… no extra ends to weave in!
The tube shape of this scarf results in a super cozy scarf, without being too thick or heavy. It’s one of those gorgeous pieces you’ll be proud to wear and are sure to get a ton of compliments on.
#6 Chills & Frills Scarf Pattern
Simple increases and decreases create tapered ends on this garter stitch scarf with a trendy fringed edge.
Skill Level: Easy
Size: 10½ x 60” (26 x 152cm)
Materials: Willow Yarns™ Daily Worsted
0064 Cream Soda Heather—2 balls
Needles: US size 13 (9mm) straight needles or size needed to obtain gauge
Extras: Yarn needle
#7 Hooded Pocket Scarf Pattern
This is the perfect scarf for anyone who is always cold (like me!). It’s knit using chunky yarn and it has both a hood and pockets. This scarf is knit using basic knit and purl stitches, so it’s ideal for beginners. The scarf is knit first, then stitches are picked up and the hood is made.
#8 Rantakivet Scarf Pattern
Featuring a variety of different stitch patterns, the Rantakivet scarf is knitted using the autumnal shades of the Novita Venla yarn.
#9 Chunky Short Row Scarf Pattern
This fabulous crochet scarf pattern uses the short rows technique to create a rectangular shape made up of triangular wedges. Fashioned using self-striping Caron Sprinkle Cakes yarn, the ply has a subtle yet colorful “sprinkle” of tweed throughout, making the short rows even more fun to stitch as the yarn colors change. Working single crochet in the back loop only (or “sc blo”) gives the scarf 3D ridges that further enhance the look of the short rows for a standout accessory that you’ll love to show off!
#10 Aurora Scarf Pattern
The Aurora is a simple triangle shawl that features the granny stitch (one of my absolute favorite stitches), filet rows and a beautiful feminine edging. It’ll be sure to keep you snuggly warm (and lookin’ cute!) when worn as a scarf and will keep the chill off your shoulders when worn as a shawl.
This transitional piece is versatile and goes great with any outfit… casual or dressy. Wear it over a pretty dress to add a romantic touch or pair it with your favorite jeans, tee and boots for a cute chic, on-the-go look.
#11 Ripton Scarf Pattern
Scarves are a great side project. We love this side-to-side scarf in three colors of Berroco Lanas… plus what’s better than built-in fringe?
Approximately 7” / 17.5 cm wide x 57” / 142.5 cm long (not including fringe, after blocking)
BERROCO LANAS (100 grs): 2 balls #9543 Dark Denim (MC), and 1 ball each #9500 Snow Day (C1) and #9509 Storm (C2)
#12 The Sprinkle Scarf Pattern
THE SPRINKLE SCARF is a very long cozy scarf and is a perfect addition to your wardrobe. It is knitted flat in herringbone stitch, which makes the scarf quite dense and smooth and covers you perfectly from the cold. The strings attached at both ends are giving the scarf its flowy look and let it appear even longer.
The name comes from the wool’s texture in combination with the stitch pattern which lets the scarf appear to be covered in colorful sprinkles.
You can make this scarf as long as you want, but consider that the recommended yardage will differ.