Scarves are such an important part of winter. Most of us consider scarves a necessity in the winter, so why not have some fun with them? Here are some free crochet patterns for scarves that demonstrate both form and function!
Here are the names and links of each pattern.
1) C2C Basics Scarf by Andee Graves
This pattern includes a wonderful photo tutorial and is a great way to learn the corner to corner stitch!
2) Coraline’s Summer Crush Scarf by Celina Lane
This lovely silk scarf is light enough that it can be worn year round!
3) Dakotah’s Fabulous Scarf by Kathy Lashley
Here is a really fun scarf that uses only one skein. You’ll be crocheting in the “3rd loop” of the half-double crochet but don’t worry. I’ve created a tutorial for you that will show you how!
4) His Aspen Scarf by Kim Guzman
I just love this scarf. It’s a fun take on a chevron pattern!
5) Camillo’s scarf by Jessie Rayot
“You can make this scarf with fingering/sock weight yarn, or you can change the starting chain length and use another weight yarn. This is a great unisex pattern to solve many of your gift~giving needs!”
6) Artfully Simple Angled Scarf by Tamara Kelly
“The Artfully Simple Angled Scarf uses the same stitch pattern as the Artfully Simple Infinity Scarf, but worked in rows instead of rounds. To keep the stitches lined up, there are simple increases at one end, and decreases at the other. This creates these great angled ends! And all with just one skein!”
7) A Poppy in the Storm Super Scarf by Cre8tion Crochet
“The A Poppy in a Storm Super Scarf is created using Boutique Infinity Yarn by Red Heart Yarns. I designed this scarf as part of a collaboration with the other Red Heart Joy Creators for the Super Scarf Blog Hop.”
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