This Page Is Dedicated to Free Scarf Patterns to Knit and Crochet, Plus a Selection of Truly Outstanding Scarf Patterns That Are Worth Buying.
Scarves are popular knitting and crochet projects. They’re useful accessories that work well with just about anyone’s wardrobe, and you can use them to accessorize many different outfits. Scarves give you an easy way to change your look, not to mention an easy way to keep warm.
You don’t need a pattern to crochet or knit a scarf, but having a pattern sure does make the process easier. We hope you’ll enjoy browsing all these fantastic scarf patterns, presented below:
Free Crochet Scarf Patterns
If you’d like to crochet a scarf, here are some fabulous patterns to try.
Get the free scarf patterns:
Rainbow Tapestry Crochet Scarf
You crochet this colorful rainbow scarf using the tapestry crochet technique; then you add an abundance of fringe to complete the look. Click here to get the free crochet scarf pattern here on our website.
You crochet this drapey, stretchy scarf using the worsted weight yarn of your choice. The pattern is simple enough that it could be your very first crochet project if you like. It’s easy to adjust the length of this scarf.
This short but sweet jeweled neck scarf doesn’t have any buttons on it, but it was inspired by a stoll through the button aisle at my local JoAnn craft store. I was delighted by a two-part jeweled closure I found there among the buttons. I thought the closure looked like jewelry, with its subtly sparkly faux gems, but it could have been used in so many different ways. I had a hard time deciding what to make, but decided in the end to go with this neck warmer.
I would also love to try turning this type of closure into actual jewelry, like maybe a beaded crochet necklace with little pearls…
I’m pretty happy with how the neck warmer turned out. For one thing, crochet projects don’t get much simpler than this one is; it’s made using basic stitches and is easy enough for a total beginner who’s never crocheted before.
Also, I love the cheerful red color. I’ll be excited to wear it with my black wool winter coat; my mostly-black wardrobe could use a jolt of color, and this feminine design is just the sort of accent piece that it needs. Of course, if you’d like to crochet one of these neck warmers, please feel free to make it in a different color if you prefer. I’ve included the free crochet pattern on our website, and I invite you to give it a try if you’d like.
These make quick gifts; you could make one for each of the ladies on your winter birthday or holiday gift list.
See Also: Crochet Cowl Patterns
Free Scarf Knitting Patterns
Want to knit a scarf? If so, try the following free scarf knitting patterns:
Scarf Patterns Worth Buying
If the free scarf patterns above aren’t quite what you’re looking for — or if you simply want to buy a lovely new pattern book that gives you multiple options for outstanding scarves to make — check out the following pattern books:
If you’d like to try crocheting four different aran style hat and scarf sets, this pattern book will be an excellent purchase for you. Click the photo of the book’s back cover (above) to find more information about these patterns.
If you want to crochet bunches of different infinity scarves, circle scarves and cowls that wrap around the neck, this is the crochet pattern book for you. Clicking the photo of the book’s cover (above) will take you to a detailed book review plus links to online retailers where you can buy the book.
So there you have it: Our roundup of fantastic scarf patterns to crochet and knit. We hope you found some wonderful new scarf patterns to add to your pattern stash.
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About the Author: Amy Solovay is a freelance writer with a background in textile design. She has been crocheting and crafting since childhood, and knitting since she was a teenager. Her work also appears at AmySolovay.com, ArtsWithCrafts.com and Crochet-Books.com. Amy sends out a free knitting and crochet newsletter so interested crafters can easily keep up with her new patterns and tutorials. If you’re already an Instagram user, Amy also invites you to follow her on Instagram.
This page was last updated on 1-21-2020.