Crochet Scarf Patterns

Having an idea of the kind of Crochet Scarf Patterns that you are interested in narrows the range.

Do you want a scarf to keep you warm or dress up your outfit? If you’re like me and live in a cooler climate, you have a whole wardrobe of scarves to keep your neck and head warm. And even in the summertime, I bet you like to keep a scarf with you a lot of times.

Corner to Corner Makes a Great Crochet Scarf Pattern

Crocheted Scarves are always in demand and make good gifts for both women and men, especially if they live in cooler climates. Covering the neck helps to keep people warm in the cold. Hooded scarves are especially appealing to people who spend any time outdoors. These scarves do dual duty covering both the head and the neck. 

Crochet Winter Scarf Patterns

There is no standard size for a scarf. And they can be square, rectangle, triangular, or rectangle. However, people prefer long scarves that they can loop around and cover themselves.    

When both scarf ends are connected, this is called an Infinity scarf—no beginning or end. To wear, toss over your head once or twice, and your scarf is secure and will not fall off. Many people like this feature in a scarf because it stays around the neck. Typically, a regular scarf may need to be secured with a pin, tied, or tucked into your coat. 

Cowls are a smaller version of the infinity scarf. It’s a circular tube of fabric that slips over the head. Sometimes cowls are made long enough to cover both the head and neck. They are convenient as they stay in place. Cowls work well for children who cant manage long scarves.  

Lacy crochet scarf patterns are perfect for people living in warmer climates. But northerners may also welcome them for summer nighttime when the temperatures tend to become cooler.  

Basketweave Crochet Pattern make a great scarf

You can use any crochet stitch or technique that you know to create a beautiful scarf. Making up your own unique crochet scarf pattern is easy without any design experience by combining crochet stitches you already know. For example, here is an easy scarf pattern that I made up as I went along:

It uses 3 different stitches. chain, single crochet, and half double crochet

1.       Chain 20

2.       1 hdc in 2nd chain from hook. 1hdc in each stitch across.

3.       Chain 1.  1sc in each stitch across

4.       Chain 2. 1 hdc in each stitch across.

5.       Repeat Row 3 and 4 until you reach the desired length.

You can also use more advanced crochet stitches such as front and back post double crochet, alpine stitch, linen stitch, star stitch, Catherine's wheel, mosaic patterns, corner to corner, just to name a few.    The sky is the limit when crocheting a scarf.  

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Mens Crochet Scarf Pattern