5 Crochet Patterns for Scarves
Now you can get 5 of my most popular crochet patterns for scarves together in a collection! This collection includes a variety of scarves, giving you some great options for the kind of scarf you want to make.
The scarves in this collection range from beginner to easy+ in difficulty, so this would be a great pattern collection for someone that has learned the basic stitches and is ready to try something more interesting the a dishcloth or solid single crochet scarf.
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It’s also great for confident intermediate or advanced crocheters that are looking for something simple and meditative to make for the cooler seasons.
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Do you like to make scarves for yourself, your family, coworkers, friends, or charity causes? These five scarf patterns give you a great variety of options so that you can make the perfect scarf for everyone!
Ready to buy? Use the buttons below to find the collection on Ravelry and Etsy!
Which scarf patterns are included in the collection?
This Crochet Scarf Collection includes the following scarf patterns:
1. Chelsea Scarf
Chelsea Scarf is a triangular scarf made with just one skein of sock yarn. I used a Merino/Nylon sock yarn from A Chick That Knitz, based here in the Oklahoma City metro.
This is an easy pattern that is suitable for beginners that know how to chain and double crochet. Chelsea Scarf is also available as a free pattern here on my blog, or as an individual download on Ravelry and Etsy.
2. Heartbeat Scarf
I love Heartbeat Scarf! It’s one of those patterns that I just adored when I finished it. So I gifted the finished scarf to my mom for Valentine’s Day, she is one of my most favorite people <3!
This scarf uses 3 skeins of Cascade Yarns 220 Superwash Merino in a main color and then small amounts in three other colors to make the hearts on each end of the scarf.
It is worked in granny stitch, a familiar favorite, and a fun way to create intarsia colorwork. The pattern includes some photos and explanation of how to make the needed color changes.
This pattern is also available free on my blog, or as an individual crochet pattern download on Ravelry and Etsy.
3. Dot-to-dot Cowl
Dot-to-dot Cowl is another of my favorite creations! I love the geometric bobble stitch design on it’s surface!
This cowl is made using 3 skeins of Chic Sheep by Marly Bird.
This is a paid only pattern that you can purchase as an individual download on Ravelry or Etsy, or you can buy it as part of this collection.
4. Primula Scarf
Primula Scarf is another beginner-friendly scarf that is made in my favorite pattern stitch, Wattle Stitch. It uses 3 balls of We Crochet City Tweed DK in the main color, and 1 ball each of three other colors for the color blocks.
This pattern is available free here on my blog or as an individual download on Ravelry or Etsy.
5. Sayre Scarf
This is the newest scarf pattern in this collection. It is also made in We Crochet City Tweed DK, with 4 balls of just one color.
This elegant unisex scarf is made with a center panel of block stitch with an edging added to each side.
You can get this scarf pattern as a free pattern here on my site, or as an individual ad-free PDF on Etsy or Ravelry.
Where can I buy this collection?
You can purchase this collection of crochet patterns for scarves on Ravelry or Etsy. The buttons below will take you to the right places! Thank you!
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