I’m excited to be sharing these easy crochet scarf patterns. If you’re new to crochet, scarves are one of the easiest beginner-friendly projects you can make.
Scarves can be worked up quickly, and they usually repeat the same stitch, which helps you get a good grasp of the different stitches in crochet.
If you want to learn how to crochet, the first pattern that I’ve included below by Sewrella will teach you the basics of the craft and how to create your very own beginner-friendly crochet scarf. I highly recommend reading the entire post.
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1. Simple Beginner Scarf
This tutorial will teach you beginner crochet skills and also provide you with a beginner-friendly crochet scarf pattern and video tutorial. Get the pattern for this scarf for the Simple Beginner Scarf.
2. Dreamy Scarf
Look how chunky and beautiful this scarf is. Not only does it look cute, warm, and cozy, but I also love the stitch that is used here. Get the pattern for the Dreamy Scarf.
3. Bonfire Scarf
This pattern utilizes one of my favorite yarns, the Scarfie yarn from Lion Brand. While it may look complicated, the pattern alternates single crochet stitches with chain stitches, making it beginner-friendly. Get the pattern for the Bonfire Scarf.
4. Strawberry Scarf
If you’re ready to start changing yarn colors, this beginner-friendly scarf pattern is the perfect place to start. Get the pattern for this scarf for the Strawberry Scarf.
5. Neon Beginner Scarf
I love the stitch used for this pattern. Additionally, I really like the unique look that the colors chosen give the scarf. Get the pattern for the Neon Beginner Scarf.
6. Buttoned Cowl
This simple cowl pattern uses button embellishments to make your scarf stand out. Get the pattern for the Buttoned Cowl.
7. Moss Fringe Scarf
When you’re new to crochet, it can be intimidating to learn a new stitch. If you’re ready to try a new stitch, give the moss stitch a try. The moss stitch will give your project a knitted look, and it adds texture to your project. Get the pattern for the Moss Fringe Scarf.
8. Brompton Abbey Cowl
Isn’t this a unique scarf? Something like this would make the perfect gift for friends or family members. Get the pattern for the Brompton Abbey Cowl.
9. Faux Fair Isle Scarf
The Faux Fair Isle Scarf is a simple project that will work up quickly because it uses the half-double crochet stitch. Get the pattern for the Faux Fair Isle Scarf.
10. Pocket Infinity Scarf
This pocket infinity scarf is definitely on my list of things to make. This unique scarf would make a great gift during the holiday season. Get the pattern for the Pocket Infinity Scarf.
11. Linden Scarf
Here’s a simple scarf that will work up quickly. I would love to create something like this using a different color palette. Get the pattern for the Linden Scarf.
12. Color Block Fringe Scarf
I find color-blocked scarfs to be so beautiful and this one is no exception. Plus, the colors chosen here work really well together. Get the pattern for the Color Block Fringe Scarf.
13. Breezy Buttoned Cowl
The breezy buttoned cowl is a great beginner-friendly project. Not only will you look great wearing this cowl, but so will your friends or family members as this makes a great gift. Get the pattern for the Breezy Buttoned Cowl.
14. Color Block Scarf
Here’s another gorgeous color block scarf. My favorite thing about this scarf is how long it is. I would love to wear something like this. Get the pattern for the Color Block Scarf.
15. Self-Striping Scarf
If you love self-striping yarn, this is the scarf for you. Self-striping yarn makes it easy to create a piece that uses different colors without having to worry about attaching new yarn. Get the pattern for the Self-Striping Scarf.
16. Wellington Cowl
If you want to make a cowl that’s also a statement piece, you’ll definitely want to make this Wellington cowl. This cowl is bold and attractive. Get the pattern for the Wellington Cowl.
17. Multicolored Scarf
Here’s another project that uses the moss stitch. If you get creative with your color scheme, you’re going to have a good time working up this multicolored scarf. Get the pattern for the Multicolored Scarf.
18. Pineapple Scarf
This is one of my favorite scarves in this roundup. I think the pattern is so cute and unique. I would use different colors for my version. Get the pattern for the Pineapple Scarf.
19. Double Wrap Infinity Scarf
If the cold weather has you wanting to create more scarves, you’re in luck. Once you make this double-wrap scarf, you’ll want to make more. Get the pattern for the Double Wrap Infinity Scarf.
20. Cozy Pocket Scarf
If you love having pockets in your wearables, you have to make this cozy pocket crochet scarf. Get the pattern for the Cozy Pocket Scarf.
21. Lily Lemon Peel Scarf
Here’s a beautiful scarf that would make the perfect gift. This scarf is called the Lily Lemon Peel Scarf because it uses the beautiful lemon peel stitch. Get the pattern for the Lily Lemon Peel Scarf.
22. Woodbury Scarf
I find this scarf to be so fashionable. I love the length and how it uses a bulky yarn. I would love to see something like this completed with a different color yarn. Get the pattern for the Woodbury Scarf.
23. Boyfriend Scarf
If you’re looking for a beginner-friendly scarf pattern for men, the Boyfriend Scarf will make the perfect gift for friends and family members. Get the pattern for the Boyfriend Scarf.
24. Cross-Body Cowl
I don’t know about you, but I’m loving this cross-body cowl. This cowl is fun, trendy, and easy to make. Get the pattern for the Cross-Body Cowl.
25. One Ball Scarf
This simple scarf only requires one ball of Lion Brands Scarfie yarn. It works up really quickly and looks great. Get the pattern for the One Ball Scarf.
26. Plum Berry Scarf
This Plum Berry Scarf is so cute. I love how the scarf is mostly purple, but the ends are a cream color. It really makes the scarf stand out. Get the pattern for the Plum Berry Scarf.
27. Blooming Autumn Infinity Scarf
This beautiful, chunky infinity scarf is the perfect fall accessory. If you’re looking for a gorgeous and free infinity scarf pattern, this is the scarf for you. Get the pattern for the Blooming Autumn Infinity Scarf.
28. Fantastic Fall Scarf
Rescued Paw Designs has some of the best crochet patterns, and this scarf is no different. This is the perfect fall scarf that would also make a great gift. Get the pattern for the Fantastic Fall Scarf.
29. Scarf for Beginners
The crochet scarf for beginners is one of the easiest scarves you can create when you’re just getting started. It uses a simple stitch, a bulky yarn, and works up fast. Get the pattern for the Scarf for Beginners.
30. Chunky Infinity Scarf
If you’re looking for an infinity scarf pattern, look no further. This chunky infinity scarf works up beautifully. Something like this would make a great gift because it works up quickly. Get the pattern for the Chunky Infinity Scarf.
31. Wonky Heart Pocket Scarf
I really love this Wonky Heart Pocket Scarf by TL Crochet. What makes this pattern extra special is that it includes bonus patterns for different pocket options. You can choose from the heart, pumpkin, or tall pine tree. The pumpkin can also double as an apple if you change the color. Get the pattern for the Wonky Heart Pocket Scarf.
32. Fast and Easy Cowl
As the name of this cowl suggests, this is a fast and easy project that’s great for beginner and advanced crocheters. Get the pattern for the Fast and Easy Cowl.
33. Cari Keyhole Scarf
If you’re looking for a unique crochet scarf, look no further than this keyhole scarf pattern. Not only will you love this scarf for yourself, but it will also make a great gift. Get the pattern for the Cari Keyhole Scarf.
34. Autumn Ripple Scarf
This scarf is a great project for all skill levels. Use self-striping yarn if you don’t want to worry about changing colors. Get the pattern for the Autumn Ripple Scarf.
35. Coz-E Bear Hug Infinity Scarf
This infinity scarf works up quickly and uses only two balls of Lion Brand Hometown USA yarn. With the holidays just around the corner, this is the perfect quick and easy handmade gift. Get the pattern for the Coz-E Bear Hug Infinity Scarf.
36. Chunky Crochet Scarf
If you’re looking for a chunky crochet scarf, I think you’ll love this pattern. This quick and easy pattern is suitable for beginners. Get the pattern for the Chunky Crochet Scarf.
37. Dreamy Infinity Scarf
If you’re looking for the perfect infinity scarf pattern, this is the pattern for you. This infinity scarf is so easy to make and looks great. Get the pattern for the Dreamy Infinity Scarf.
38. Sierra Infinity Scarf
This pattern will show you how to make a beautiful textured infinity scarf that’s great for the fall and winter. Get the pattern for the Sierra Infinity Scarf.
39. Shimmer Crochet Scarf
This shimmer crochet scarf is a fun, quick, and easy project. It can be created in just a weekend. Get the pattern for this Shimmer Crochet Scarf.
40. Highlands Ribbed Scarf
I love the yarn and stitch used to create this scarf. This finished product is so thick, cozy, and attractive. Get the pattern for the Highlands Ribbed Scarf.
41. Braided Infinity Scarf
You’ll be happy to know that the pattern for this absolutely gorgeous crochet braided infinity scarf is free. It also includes a video tutorial for the braiding of this scarf. Get the pattern for the Braided Infinity Scarf.
42. Jacmel Blanket Scarf
I love this infinity blanket scarf. It’s large, warm, and so cozy. What’s even better is that this pattern is beginner-friendly. Get the pattern for this Jacmel Blanket Scarf.
43. Autumn Stripes Infinity Scarf
This autumn stripes infinity scarf is perfect for fall. A self-striping yarn, like Caron Cakes, would be perfect for creating this scarf. Get the ad-free PDF on Etsy. Get the free pattern on Hooked on Homemade Happiness.
44. Pink is Pretty Scarf
If you’re looking for a cute and versatile scarf, this is the perfect pattern for you. This scarf makes a great gift for friends and family. Get the pattern for the Pink is Pretty Scarf.
I hope you enjoyed these crochet scarf patterns. They are some of my favorites, and I think you’ll love them too.
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