14 Wonderful Scarf Crochet Patterns


Dear Amelia fans :). Welcome to my blog. I am with you again with new and very impressive scarf patterns. Today I am sharing 14 different and new scarves which are the right choice for this winter. First of all I have to say this. These scarf recipes consist of completely free patterns. There is absolutely no need to give money. All you have to do is click the link for the pattern. Then you can knit your own scarf by taking the materials recommended in the pattern. If you are a beginner, I recommend you to choose flat models that do not have many patterns. If you start with a difficult model when you first start, you can leave the job in half. Because it’s usually one of the most common mistakes beginners make.

#1 Arbor Scarf Pattern


Knit this stunning statement scarf using a warm wool blend yarn in your favorite shade! This chic and stylish scarf will be a staple in your winter wardrobe with the cozy pockets and luxurious fringe! You will need 700 g/436 yds of super bulky (level 6 yarn) to knit the Arbor Scarf: I used 5 skeins of “Wool-Ease Thick & Quick” by Lion Brand Yarn in the colorway “Flax”.

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#2 Snuggly Comfy Scarf Pattern


Materials
Cascade Yarns® Magnum Tweed;
95% Wool, 3.5% Acrylic, 1.5% Viscose; 250 g (8.82 oz)/ 123 yds (112.5 m);
2 skeins color #09 (Olive Oil)
US 17 (12 mm) knitting needles or size to obtain gauge
Crochet hook
Sewing needle
Finished Measurements
Approximately 8” wide x 84” long, blocked

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#3 Invierno Scarf Pattern


As temperatures cool down in the Northern Hemisphere, I wanted to offer a Winter pattern. The perfect introductory pattern to crochet, the Invierno Scarf is a quick project that works up in a few hours or less and can be worn by school-aged children and adults.

A PDF download is available for purchase with images, larger font, and a second pattern that is slightly wider and longer, therefore it takes an additional skein of yarn. US Crochet terms are used throughout.

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#4 Hands in my pockets Scarf Pattern


Gauge isn’t crazy important for this pattern. You could easily upsize your hook if you want the yarn to go further, you will just have to adjust the number of stitches needed in this case so that the shawl doesn’t end up being too long. Happy making!

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#5 Shiran Scarf Pattern


Easy beginner-friendly pattern for knitting an oversized textured neck cowl
To achieve the marled tweedy texture, the cowl is worked with two yarns held together. You can also use a single strand of a chunky or a super chunky weight yarn for this cowl
Instructions are written (no charts) and include working flat in rows to sew afterwards and working seamlessly in the round
You’ll need 10mm / US size 15 knitting needles (40cm/16″ long circular needle for working in round or circular/straight ones for working flat in rows) or size to get gauge

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#6 Sierra Cowl Infinity Scarf Pattern


One of my favorite easy accessories to make and wear as it starts to get chilly is and infinity scarf or cowl. Not only are they extremely easy to make they go with almost anything. It’s also a great way to use up any fun yarn you may only have one or two balls of. One of the first patterns I published to my site was the Infinity Scarf (creative name I know). I always loved this simple pattern but I used an old yarn that has been discontinued.
I decided to revamp this pattern when We Crochet brought back some new and old favorites in their Felici yarn. This yarn is so fun because it’s self striping. I used the colorway Punch Bug in the worsted weight for the larger sample but I wanted to write this pattern so you could use any yarn and appropriate hook.

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#7 Book Review Scarf Pattern


This is a really simple ribbed scarf, designed to be a visual review and reminder of the books (or movies!) you read over a chosen timeframe.
I chose four colours that co-ordinated and assigned each colour a star rating (the star rating is important—you will need it for the pattern). My colours here are very mild, but you could go wild! random stripes make this a fun, easy way to stripe a scarf and have a knitted time capsule of books or movies.

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#8 Marjorie Pocket Scarf Pattern


Yarn Needs: Weight 4/Medium in 3 colors. I used the following:

Lion Brand Basic Stitch, Color Cream, Weight 4/Medium 13.25 oz / 830 yds (Color A)
Lion Brand Basic Stitch, Color Saffron, 6.2 oz / 390 yds (Color B)
Lion Brand Basic Stitch, Color Garnet, 2.5 oz / 160 yds (Color C)
Total yardage = 1380 yards
Crochet Hook Size H/8 (5.0 mm)

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#9 Diamond Trees Scarf Pattern


Diamond Trees Scarf is the ultimate in sumptuous, cosy layering. Made from three simple corner to corner crochet panels and fringed with sophisticated tassels, this is a real statement piece that you will love to wear!
With a bold geometric pattern to both ends, this lovely wide scarf can easily be worn as both a shoulder wrap or neck scarf, depending on how you’d like to style it. The perfect crochet scarf for Fall, Winter and Spring.

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#10 Imprint Scarf Pattern


MATERIALS
Universal Yarn Wool Pop (50% bamboo, 35% superwash wool, 15% polyamide; 100 g/284 yds)
• 616 Denim – 2 skeins
Needle: US Size 7 (4.5 mm) straight or size needed to obtain gauge
Notions: Tapestry needle, stitch markers
GAUGE
21 sts x 27 rows = 4” in Chevron patt
Save time, check your gauge.

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#11 Serene Scarf Pattern


You may wish to use a circular needle. If so, Rowan suggests that the needle be at least 48” (120 cm) long.

Yarn used:
Rowas Cashmere Haze
Shade 701 Moonbow – 3 balls

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#12 Alma Scarf Pattern


You will need 165 beads, that are stranded on the yarn, and placed while knitting the picot edge.
Rowan used Debbie Abraham beads #563 size 6.
Yarn used:
Rowan Cashmere Haze
Shade 707 Gloam – 1 ball

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#13 Mavi Scarf Pattern


MATERIALS
Universal Yarn Deluxe Stripes (75% superwash wool, 25% nylon; 100g/218 yds)
308 Nebula – 3 skeins
Needles: US Size 7 (4.5 mm) straight needles or size needed to obtain gauge
Notions: Tapestry needle, stitch markers
GAUGE
20 sts x 18 rows = 4” in Chevron Patt.
Save time, check your gauge.

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#14 Autumn Vibes Scarf Pattern


The Autumn Vibes Scarf features a cornucopia of fun fall hues and is perfect for wrapping around your neck when there is a chill in the air. Knit in the round, there is no wrong side to this cozy tube scarf.

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