Crochet scarf patterns are easy to come by. There are thousands available online. So how do you go about choosing the best pattern to crochet a scarf? It depends on whether you are seeking a super simple beginner scarf or a more advanced design. You will also want to look at stitch types, color, width, length, and the techniques required to complete the pattern. What you will find across the 23 designs chosen here is a range of styles; there is one perfect crochet scarf pattern for everyone in this collection.
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Oversized Chunky Crochet Scarf
Make a big statement with just beginner crochet skills when you make this super scarf. It is made with bulky yarn and a huge size P crochet hook to give you a chunky, oversized, extra warm accessory. Instructions are both written and visual.
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Surface Crochet Scarf
Take a very basic crochet scarf and dress it up with some surface crochet to create a much more impactful design. We see that here with a double crochet scarf embroidered with slip stitches that create a graphic diamond overlay.
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Crochet Infinity Scarf
This is a more traditional infinity scarf. It uses very simple stitches, and it is easy to crochet. However, the placement of the stitches keeps it interesting. When it comes to basic designs, just a little of the right touch goes a very long way.
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Crochet Scarf Pattern With Hand-Dyed Yarn
If you have crocheted a lot of scarves, then you may feel like you've made them in every shape imaginable! Think again. The unique design of this scarf is bound to be different from what you're used to. The designer says it's intended to mimic the shape of the waves off of a particular coast. She also dyed the yarn to match those waves, and she includes yarn-dyeing instructions with the crochet pattern for ambitious crafters who want to get creative.Continue to 5 of 23 below.
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Skinny Crochet Scarf
This is a skinny asymmetrical crochet scarf pattern worked in a unique yarn using a size J crochet hook. It is made using single crochet and double crochet stitches, strategically placed to create a ladder striping effect in the design.
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Funhouse Crochet Scarf
The stitches in this crochet scarf pattern keep changing as you go, so you never get bored while you craft. In addition to basic crochet stitches, it includes the spike stitch and the linked double crochet stitch. This is a very adaptable pattern; you can change both width and length easily to make the scarf suit the wearer.
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The triangle scarf is designed to be worn with the triangle in front similar to a bandana. This one is made using basic stitches that are dressed up by sometimes working in only one loop and other times working around the posts.
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Cotton Crochet Scarf
This scarf would stand out if only for the color contrast alone. Even with that, though, it's a bold design thanks to the double crochet cluster stitches that are worked in such a way as to create a fascinating pattern across the fabric. It's a cotton crochet scarf so it's perfect for warmer weather.Continue to 9 of 23 below.
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Crochet Tassel Scarf
Big tassels give this scarf added weight and extra intrigue. The crossed treble crochet stitch makes the design even more interesting.
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Mesh Diamond Crochet Scarf
Isn't it amazing how many different types of fabric you can make with crochet stitches? This design is an open mesh diamond shape pattern that looks like enlarged lace. It is the perfect crochet scarf for slightly warmer weather.
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Chevron Lace Crochet Scarf
Use single crochet and double crochet stitches to make a lacy lightweight scarf. The stitches are worked in the chevron pattern to make even a single color look a bit more special.
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Cowl Scarf With Floral Edge
Usually, a scarf has two ends, and you wrap it around your neck. A cowl, on the other hand, is a single circle. This crochet scarf kind of sits in between the two designs, and in a way is almost like a shawlette. Whatever you want to call it, the delicate design with the asymmetrical floral edge is a beautiful addition to any outfit.Continue to 13 of 23 below.
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Striped Crochet Scarf With Matching Knit Pattern
Some crafters enjoy both knitting and crochet. You can make the same scarf in both crafts using these two matching patterns. This is a lightweight scarf made with fingering weight yarn. You can purchase the patterns on their own ($1.99 each) or purchase a craft kit ($59.99) that includes the yarn as well.
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Color Block Bobble Scarf
Everything about this pattern is perfect. The big blocks of color are bold but contemporary. The texture of the crochet bobbles is a delight to craft and to wear (just look at that fringe!). Plus, this crochet pattern is available for free through Yarnspirations.
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Faux Knit Crochet Scarf With Matching Hat
Perhaps you like the look of knit fabric but only know how to crochet. No problem! This is a crochet scarf pattern that uses a stitch that makes it look like it's been knit. Bonus: it comes with a matching winter hat pattern.
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Easy Striped Scarf
Let the yarn do all of the work to create a great color array in this free crochet scarf pattern. The design is worked primarily in basic stitches, with texture added thanks to double crochet cluster stitches.Continue to 17 of 23 below.
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Colorful Triangle Scarf
This crochet pattern uses a type of yarn that changes color in blocks as you work. It is perfect for creating the big stripes that make this triangle scarf stand out.
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Go big or go home! This super scarf measures 12" across and 8' long. It uses big stitches crafted with a big crochet hook. Plus it has big, bold color!
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Big and Cozy Crochet Scarf
Does anything look like it could be more cozy to crochet than this big scarf? You will want to make one for everyone you know, wrapping them up in the love of your stitches.
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Bobble Pom Crochet Scarf
This colorful crochet scarf is worked side-to-side. The pom-pom fringe is crafted as you go. It is a unique way to make a scarf, and it is a fun scarf to wear.Continue to 21 of 23 below.
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Quick Mega Scarf
What if we told you that you could make an extra-large crochet scarf in under two hours with no ends to weave in? That's what the designer promises with this mega scarf crochet pattern.
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A scarf doesn't have to be too serious. Inject a sense of humor into your wardrobe when you wear this crochet scarf designed to look like a horse!
If horses aren't your thing, check out the designer's Etsy store for other animal scarf crochet patterns, including designs for a cow, a panda, and one that has a crochet cat on one end and a dog on the other.
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Spider Crochet Scarf Free Pattern
Hopefully, you aren't afraid of spiders because this scarf looks like it's crawling with them! This is the perfect crochet accessory for Halloween.