Fringes are a very popular crochet embellishment for scarves or shawls. They’re a great way to obscure the uneven ends of a scarf and give it a nice finishing touch. Fringes are made two ways, by densely adding strands one by one, or by combining several strands for each fringe. You can see both ways in the amazing free patterns below. A link to a pattern is under the photos.
Dreamy Scarf Free Crochet Pattern
This pattern is easy and reversible so it looks the same on both sides. The Dreamy Scarf gets its nice texture from to the Herringbone Half Double Crochet (HHDC) stitch. If you are not familiar with it, it is a great opportunity for you as the pattern is well written and supported by a video tutorial. The scarf is made of Red Heart Dreamy yarn in the Buff color.
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Jacqueline Scarf Free Crochet Pattern
The Jacqueline Scarf is an infinitely variable and fun project that makes a scarf capable of being worn over just about any garment and situation. It’s a pattern that really exceeds the actual effort of making one. Especially when you could match the highly developed surface with a vibrant hue that will definite stand out in a crowd. A link to the free pattern is at the end of the post.