In this post, you will a collection of crochet scarf patterns.
If you are learning how to crochet you might want to practice your new skills by creating a scarf.
Making a stunning scarf is a great way to make something that you can wear or give as a gift.
The beautiful crochet scarf patterns in this post can be made in a variety of yarns and colors depending on your personal taste.
For All Skill Levels
Get into the scarf-making spirit with beginner-free crochet patterns or something more intermediate.
Scarves are ideal as a first crochet project as you can make them with basic stitches.
All of these easy crochet scarf patterns are perfect for all seasons – to wear to work, wear while relaxing at the weekends, or to take with you on vacation.
The patterns are all available from various crafters and use various yarns, including Lion Brand yarns.
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Learn New Crochet Stitches Along The Way…
If you are new to crochet and want to practice your crochet skills, there are many easy and free patterns on my website, just take a look at my crochet pattern library, with patterns for women and the home.
And if you need help, check out the crochet lessons on my blog, there you will find tutorials for all of the basic crochet stitches, including how to create a chain, and how to do single crochet stitches, double crochet stitches, plus many more!
If you would like to learn how to crochet an octopus for a preemie, take a look at one of my most popular posts and see how you can get involved.
Crochet Scarf Patterns
Here is a roundup of free crochet scarf patterns sourced from various craft bloggers and designers.
Grab your crochet hook and choose your next project from the list below!
1. Simple Crochet Scarf Pattern
Make a crochet scarf with this free pattern from Stitch and Unwind and Yarnspirations.
The scarf is beginner friendly, made with simple stitches, and can be crocheted up over a weekend.
The added fringe gives it an interesting drape.
2. Crochet Tassel Scarf
Make this delightful crochet tassel scarf with this free pattern from Red Heart.
The pattern is available as a free download and the cluster stitches work up quickly so you can make it and wear it in no time at all!
A great addition to your winter wardrobe with lots of texture.
3. Long Crochet Scarf Pattern
Make this super long crochet scarf with a free pattern from Yarnspirations.
This pattern is available as a free download and is a great project for any beginners as the skill level is easy.
You can make this simple scarf in any weight yarn including bulky yarn, to gift to friends and family.
4. Crochet Triangle Scarf Pattern
Make this awesome crochet triangle scarf with a free pattern from Make Do and Crew.
The scarf featured used Caron Cakes yarn which is self-striping – making it easy for you to crochet without getting in a tangle with various colors.
The stitches used make this an interesting textured scarf.
5. Crochet Ruffle Scarf Pattern
Make this beautiful ruffled scarf with a free pattern designed by Mama in a Stitch.
The scarf has been made using Lion Brand Yarn Superwash Merino Wool Light #3 Yarn in Hemp and is an easy crochet pattern to follow.
This scarf would make a great gift for a friend.
6. Crochet Super Scarf
Make a crochet super scarf with this free pattern from Left in Knots.
The scarf has been made with Caron Cakes Yarn in the beautiful cookies and cream.
This beautiful scarf would complete any outfit.
7. Triangle Scarf Crochet Pattern
Make a delightful triangle scarf with this free pattern from Hopeful Honey.
This scarf looks like a perfect make for autumn and uses the worsted weight yarn “Goldenrod” from the 24/7 Cotton collection by Lion Brand.
You could however make this in any yarn of your choosing, from acrylic yarn, wool, and any weight including fingering weight yarn.
8. Crochet Scarf Wrap Pattern
Make a color block crochet scarf wrap with this free pattern from 1 Dog Woof.
This pattern is easy and has clear pattern instructions, making it a great project for beginners.
Stylish and modern, this large wrap will be an addition to your accessories!
I hope you have enjoyed this roundup of crochet scarf patterns and that it has inspired you to make something new.
Let me know which one is your favorite in the comments below.