20 Lovely Crochet Scarf Patterns for Women
Scarves are preferred by women and among the winter accessories that men like the most. I can easily say that. Of course, men do not interest us much. We look at design models for women :). Now I tried to share different design examples for you as much as I could. You can access the patterns by clicking the link. If you are someone who is constantly visiting my site, you should have learned this now :). My favorite scarf is definitely number 3. Actually, it is a very simple and simple model. However, I really liked the color harmony.
#1 Tater Chip Scarf Pattern
For more advanced knitters, Tater Chip is a great go-to project for situations when you really can’t pay attention to what your hands are doing – stitch group meetup, movie watching, mindless de-stress knitting. It’s a perfect little something to wear, made from that AMAZING skein of yarn you just had to buy. Enhance with tassels, add a stitch pattern, make some icord and attach in a spiral or Celtic knot. So many ways to create something unique!
#2 Heartbeat Scarf Pattern
Heartbeat Scarf is a granny stitch Valentine’s project perfect for all your sweethearts! It uses intarsia colorwork techniques to make the fun heart shape at each end.
#3 Écharpe Scarf Pattern
Top for beginners, this 2 m long scarf has its effect with its colorful blocks.
Easy to knit in garter stitch with size 6.5 needles.
We love the very soft FILOMECHE yarn with an ultra natural feel.
Machine wash wool program and dry flat.
#4 The Walled Garden Scarf Pattern
A crescent shaped shawl with a spiralling tassel edge. The coiling edge tassels are reminiscent of the tendrils of the climbing plants found on the flint walls of my garden. Simple lace and garter stitch make this an easy one skein knit.
Materials Required: The shawls pictured were both worked on 4mm circular needles using Labyrinth and Kooky from The Yarn Gallery You could easily use any lace weight, 4 ply or sock weight yarn. Equally, you could use a finer or heavy yarn to make a smaller or larger shawl adjusting your needle size to give a soft drape.
#5 Winter of Eden Scarf Pattern
A wonderfully big wrap scarf, doable for every crochet level. Find the free pattern in English (US terms) and Dutch on my blog!
Last week Helga van Leur was with De Slimste Mens and she predicted that we will have an Elfstedentocht this year. Not because she expects it to really freeze that hard and for so long, but more because it would be so ironic. In this weird Corona time, you will just see that when all events have been canceled, the Elfstedentocht could suddenly continue.
#6 Lewiston Scarf Pattern
Enjoy the rhythm and flow of contrasting skeins of Pixel in this simple color work scarf. Adding a strand of Aerial held alongside the Pixel, makes this scarf extra soft and warm.
Pattern is charted.
Approximately 13” wide x 70” long (not including fringe)
BERROCO PIXEL (100 grs): 2 hanks #2261 Pistachio (A); 1 ball each #2262 (B) Raspberry Torte and #2260 Blueberry Shortcake (C)
BERROCO AERIAL (25 grs): 3 balls #3401 Ivory (D)
#7 Compound Pocket Scarf Pattern
The Compound Pocket Scarf has alternating sections of crochet linen or moss stitch, and double crochet shells, making a fabric that is super comfortable to wear because it is so stretchy.
You can make an extra long one like I did her so the wearer can wrap it around their neck, or go shorter so it just drapes behind the neck.
Pockets are made in a contrasting color for extra interest, and the contrast is also used for the edging, but you could go all one color if you wanted to!
#8 Interrupted Rib Duo Scarf Pattern
Cascade Yarns® 220 Superwash Merino;
100% Superwash Merino Wool; 100 g (3.5 oz)/ 220 yds (200 m);
3 skeins of color #78 (Petunia Heather) for Scarf
1 skein of color #78 (Petunia Heather) for Wristers
US 7 (4.5 mm) Knitting Needles or size to obtain gauge
Scarf 8” wide x 66” long
Wristers 7.5” wide x 10” long
#9 Hedgerows Scarf Pattern
This chunky scarf is worked in fisherman’s rib, giving a hedgerow-like look with a warm, squishy feel. The timeless design is perfect for both men and women.
You can also add tassels at the ends of your scarf for a fun winter look!
#10 Quick as a WIP Infinity Scarf Pattern
The quick as a WIP infinity scarf was designed to use up one skein of Wool Ease Thick and Quick and to be a quick project! It is worked flat and then seamed together to create the infinity style.
It can be worn around the neck long, or wrapped twice for a closer cowl fit.
#11 Lunt Striped Scarf Pattern
Lunt Striped Scarf with Fringe Crochet Pattern
The Lunt Striped Scarf with Fringe is a beautiful crochet shawl for fall and winter. Dress it up or down, and use it in almost any occasion. With jeans or a dress, you choose.
This crochet pattern uses a easy to memorize stitch pattern, featuring stitches such as the slip stitch, double crochet stitches and chains.
Combine your two favorite colors & make this beautiful scarf as a crocheted gift or keep it yourself.
#12 Midnight Freeze Scarf Pattern
This is design is one of the first things I ever knit and is therefore perfect for a beginner’s project. It’s also great for showing off those special single fingering-weight skeins. As a thin scarf, Midnight Freeze is an excellent accessory for all weather and a good fit for the hot-natured among us (aka my husband!). With purl-row ridges and slipped stitch edges, this scarf is simple knit suitable for all skill levels.
#13 Romance Wrap Scarf Pattern
Cascading bobbles and delicate eyelets accent this oversized crescent wrap to bring subtle drama and elegance to any ensemble. The Romance Wrap has soft feminine energy with all of its curls and curves and will dress up a simple outfit or compliment a more formal look.
This is an easy level knitting pattern and the techniques involved are the knit and purl stitches, yarn over increase, working into the back loop of the stitch, knit 2 together decrease, and making bobbles.
#14 Party Plaid Scarf Pattern
Cascade Yarns® Cherub Aran; 55% nylon/45% acrylic; 100 g (3.5oz)/ 240 yds (220 m);
1 skein color # 27 Navy
Cascade Yarns® Cherub Aran Wave; 55% nylon/45% acrylic; 100 g (3.5oz)/ 240 yds (220 m);
1 skein color # 603 Unicorn
Crochet Hook Size H (5 mm)
#15 Semi Charmed Scarf Pattern
Semi-Charmed Scarf takes the basic garter stitch scarf and adds a little charm by integrating a slip stitch icord edge (and yes, I love naming patterns after 90’s songs). The little icord edge detail gives this basic accessory a more tailored appearance, and it’s fun to make! This relaxing project is comfort knitting at it’s best – plus, it makes a great, quick gift too! I knit this scarf in the gorgeous Titan Bulky from AT Haynes House Yarns – check out their beautiful yarn here!
#16 Trellis Scarf Pattern
An interesting knit stitch technique gives this scarf a three-dimensional fabric! It’s lofty and warm in Silk Blend, a silk-wool single ply yarn, and long enough to do 2 cozy wraps around the neck.
Manos del Uruguay SILK BLEND (70% extrafine merino, 30% silk; approx. 150 yds/50 g): 4 sks MC and 1 sk CC.
#17 Hudson Infinity Scarf Pattern
This pattern is rated Easy – you’ll need to know or be eager to learn the basic crochet stitches. You will need 420 g-510 g of super bulky weight yarn (used here: Wool-Ease Thick & Quick) and a 13 mm hook. Other notions: a yarn needle and some stitch markers.
#18 Winding Cables Scarf Pattern
Winding Cables Scarf is a great project for those who would like to dip their toes in the world of Tunisian crochet cables. The repetitive pattern allows for sufficient practise of the technique creating a beautiful texture reminiscent of narrow countryside pathways.
The worsted weight yarn recommended for this project offers sufficient warmth for this item to be worn throughout autumn and winter, while having great stitch definition and drape.
#19 Beginner’s Earflap Scarf Pattern
Cascade Yarns® Eco+ Merino
100% Bolivian Merino Wool; 250 g (8.75 oz)/478 yds (437m)
1 skein color 03 Silver (enough yardage for both hat and scarf)
US 9 (5.5mm) 16” circular knitting needles or size to obtain gauge
US 9 (5.5mm) double pointed needles or size to obtain gauge
Crochet hook I
1 closed stitch marker and 3 open stitch markers
1 stitch holder
#20 Concord Scarf Pattern
Accessories with options for wearing are perfect for chilly months. The Concord Scarf is scrunch-able enough to be a scarf, yet wide enough to be a wrap, so wear it however you want! A rhythmic lace pattern makes this a relaxing knit, perfect to work on in the evenings. With two colors of Deluxe Worsted used in the pattern, any combination is possible.