Where I am at, the cold is already setting in. The nights are definitely cooler and I am starting to pull my scarves and hats out. This is the perfect chance to update my ever-growing scarf collection by making a new one to wear! Many of the patterns I have included in this list are easy and some are more for advanced crocheters, however, all of them are free! Now is the time to start making a scarf if you intend on giving one as a Christmas gift! Of course, you could be like me and wait till the last minute on everything. No need to worry! Many of these scarves can be made in an hour or two as well. At least pin this list so you can come back to it. Here is my list of favorite 10 free crochet scarf patterns!
10 Free Crochet Scarf Patterns
B.Hooked Crochet has a great post and video tutorial on how to make this Broomstick Lace Scarf. I just love the colors she used for it and it almost looks more complicated than it is!
This Braided Crocheted Scarf by Craft Rookie is super simple. It is 3 chains just braided together when you finish them. This is the perfect scarf to make if you are in a hurry or are just beginning to learn to crochet.
If you are creating a scarf for a kid or kid-at-heart, this Cuddly Cat Crocheted Scoodie with Pockets from Moogly is “purrrfect”. Doesn’t it just look so fun?
For the music fan out there, this Piano Keys Scarf from Crochet Spot would make an awesome gift!
This Simple Shell Stitch Infinity Scarf from Crochet Mama would make a nice addition to any scarf fan’s collection!I love the simplicity of it with the neat pattern included to make it something you would even wear out for a dressier occasion.
If you like big ribbed patterns like I do, this Chunky Rib Scarf pattern from Being Spiffy is right up your alley! I love scarves like these that you can button!
Halfway to Hipster has an awesome Chevron (“Zig-Zag”) Scarf Pattern that looks like it would be awesome in a lot of different color combinations. You could make this for sports-teams’ colors as well!
If you have a Disney’s Frozen fan you are making a gift for, this Snowflake Sugar Cookie Scarf from Michael’s Canada would be prefect, don’t you think? It’s so cool looking its hard to believe it is crocheted!
For those that like things bright and colorful, this Stained Glass Scarf on Ravelry is the perfect gift.
Who knew you could make a Houndstooth patterned Scarf with Crocheted stitches? Elk Studio has an awesome tutorial for one!
I wanted to include these Warm Hands by Ing Things Brighten Up My Day because they would go great with many of the scarves featured and complete a gift set.Yum