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20 Free Crochet Winter Scarf Patterns

Keep yourself warm with our selection of the comfiest crochet winter scarf patterns. These ideas are great both for beginners and seasoned crocheters, because they work up fast in an easy row by row pattern. Whether you are looking for a handmade wrap for yourself, or want to make a long chunky crochet scarf for someone you love? This post has what you need. What’s best about it all? All of these patterns are free and you’ll find links are under the pictures.

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Easy Free Crochet Winter Scarf Patterns

Winter Wonderland Scarf

Designed by: Jamey from Dabbles & Babbles

This striped scarf will be your favorite! Chunky weight yarn makes it squishy and warm, and cute striped design allows for many different color combinations. As you can see, Jamey decided to go with white and grey, but you can choose any color combination you like.

Photos by Jamey from Dabbles & Babbles / Ravelry.com

Find it on dabblesandbabbles.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

 

Winter Seashore Scarf

Designed by: Janne Kleivset

Why not go for solid color for once? Not every project needs to be busy and colorful, am I right? In the photo you can see that light blue looks lovely on Janne – what color would you choose?

Photos by Janne Kleivset / Ravelry.com

Find it on joyofmotioncrochet.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

 

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Winter of Eden Scarf

Designer: Liefs van Suus

Lace for cold season? Well, why not? Liefs’ super fast pattern uses two things I like the most: lacy stitches and bulky yarn. All crocheters will love this project, and cute tassels add extra something to it.

Photos by Liefs van Suus / Ravelry.com

Find it on liefsvansuusblog.wordpress.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

 

The Super Scrappy Scarf

Design by: Pam Carr

Do you have a lot of leftover yarn and a head full of creative ideas? This adorable project by Pam is the easiest way you can turn your scraps into a fantastic crochet scarf. What you see in the photo is a happy gal in her happy scarf, because it doesn’t matter what colors you have.

Photos by Pam Carr / Ravelry.com

Find original pattern on carrowaycrochet.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

 

Tea Leaves Scarf

Designed by: Fiber Flux Jennifer Dickerson

Choosing a simple stitch is the best way to showcase the beautiful colorway of the yarn. This crochet scarf pattern is a fantastic choice for those of you, who are starting out, because all you need is a skein in a color you love, and the rest will be easy-peasy, even these puff stitches.

Photos by Fiber Flux Jennifer Dickerson / Ravelry.com

Find it on fiberfluxblog.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

 

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Sweet Shop Scarf

Designed by: Fiber Flux Jennifer Dickerson

Are you looking for a super easy colorful scarf crochet inspiration? Jennifer decided to use only basic stitches here, such as double crochet, and irregular stripes can be easily achieved with leftover yarn. Just join them together with your crochet hook and wear it with pride!

Photos by Fiber Flux Jennifer Dickerson / Ravelry.com

Find it on fiberfluxblog.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

 

Star Stitch Scarf

Design by: Raffaella Tassoni

Simplicity is key when it comes to timeless pieces. Sophisticated details of this scarf are enough to make it look well thought-out, so don’t waste any more time and just make it. The best thing, though? Definitely the fringe!

Photos by Raffaella Tassoni / Ravelry.com

Find original pattern on raffamusadesigns.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

 

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Winter Rays Scarf

Design by: Megan Meyer

This example by Megan looks more like a crochet cowl, but I can assure you that it’s just the clever way of wrapping that makes it look this way. Gorgeous ombre yarn features hues of orange and white, and will be a nice color pop for neutral winter outfits.

Photos by Megan Meyer / Ravelry.com

Find it on leftinknots.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

Ocean Waves Scarf

Designed by: CrochetDreamz

This one might be your next favorite. As you can see in the picture, lacy structure looks cute and I assure you that it’s easy to make. Working in the width instead of length allows for the colors to create long stripes.

Photos by CrochetDreamz / Ravelry.com

Find it on crochetdreamz.blogspot.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

 

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Ocean Breeze Scarf with Fringe

Designed by: Olga Vogel

The drape of this scarf is to die for! Simple crochet stitch and stunning colorway are what makes or breaks crochet project. These colors remind me of deep ocean, white foam and warm sand.

Photos by Olga Vogel / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on mycrochetspace.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

 

Modern Granny Winter Scarf

Author: Jeanne Steinhilber

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Just take a look at the photo and see how Jeanne went about this interesting design. It’s worked in the round, even though it has an elongated shape. I can see block stitch there, and an elegant shell motif running through the center.

Photos by Jeanne Steinhilber / Ravelry.com

Find original pattern on thecrochetcrowd.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

 

Lava Scarf

Designer: Agneta Nauclèr

Hey, if you are just starting out – this project is for you! Easy stitches work up fast, and don’t worry about cold wind going through the openwork. Take a look below and see how cute it looks when draped around the neck.

Photos by Agneta Nauclèr / Ravelry.com

Find original pattern on Ravelry.

 

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Cuddlesome Scarf

Author: Regina P Designs

Regina decided to go with color-blocking, and I can understand why! While such projects may look fairly basic laying on the table, they definitely transform while draped around the neck. Contrasting colors suddenly appear next to each other in an unexpected combination, and that’s what makes the graphic projects so appealing.

Photos by Regina P Designs / Ravelry.com

Find original pattern on reginapdesigns.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

 

Autumn Fruits Cozy Scarf

Author: Carmen Heffernan

Easy reversible stitches are what crochet scarfs should be made of! Mock corner-to-corner technique looks elegant and seems much harder to make than it really is. In fact it’s a simple repeat that every beginner will be able to learn! Take a look at Carmen’s project below and see how cute these colorful fringe looks!

Photos by Carmen Heffernan / Ravelry.com

Find original pattern on anniedesigncrochet.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

 

 

Autumn Chill Mod Scarf

Designed by: Megan Meyer

I just love pom-poms, do you? They add the fun to the dullest project. This scarf by Megan, which you can see below, combines deep reds with dusty greys in the most beautiful way. Marroon pom-poms are the perfect finishing touch to this project, don’t you agree?

Photos by Megan Meyer / Ravelry.com

Find original pattern on leftinknots.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

 

 

Rally Scarf

Designed by: zelna olivier

The scarf you can see in the photos is interesting, but it’s not only because of its many stunning colorways. It’s about the shape, which narrows down at both ends, leaving the widest part to cover up as much of your neck as it can. Such handmade accessory would be a lovely gift for a friend, or a family member.

Photos by zelna olivier / Ravelry.com

Find it on zootyowlcards.blogspot.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

 

Chunky Crochet Scarf Patterns

Keep Cozy Chunky Scarf

Designed by: Sweet Bee Crochet

With a good chunky scarf you can be sure that you won’t get cold, because they are dense and structural. Not only does it look amazing, but also creates the coziest cocoon for cold season.

Photos by Sweet Bee Crochet / Ravelry.com

Find it on sweetbeecrochet.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

 

Karen’s Winter Scarf

Design by: Rhondda Mol (Oombawka Design)

Textured stitch and ombre yarn together? Yes, please – it’s like magic. Rhondda always suprises us with her creative yet simple designs, and this one is no exception.

Photos by Rhondda Mol (Oombawka Design) / Ravelry.com

Find original pattern on oombawkadesigncrochet.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

 

Fairbrook Scarf

Author: Ashley Edmonds

Just take a look at this gorgeous scarf by Ashley. Textured stripes add a lot of character to this otherwise simple design, which is suitable both for men and women. If you are looking for a cozy gift, grab your hook and try it out today!

Photos by Ashley Edmonds / Ravelry.com

Find it on throughtheloopyc.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

 

Color Pop Super Scarf

Author: Alexandra Tavel

I’m a big fan of granny stitch, but this project makes it look cool, modern and elegant all at the same time! Chunky yarn and toned down colorway create together a sophisticated version of the well-known style. What’s more, this project is just fantastic for beginners, who want to use their time wisely and learn as they make.

Photos by Alexandra Tavel / Ravelry.com

Find it on twoofwands.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

 

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