30+ Easy Crochet Scarf Patterns For Beginners

Are you a beginner crocheter and looking for easy crochet scarf patterns? Crocheting scarves is one of the easiest projects to help you learn the basic crochet stitches! There are so many variations and crochet design options that beginners and experts can both enjoy. Since most scarves are shaped like long rectangles, they make the perfect project for new crocheters since you don’t have to worry about any difficult shaping techniques.

As long as you have a hook and some yarn, you can crochet a scarf! Use your creativity and get ready to crochet a scarf with these simple instructions and 30+ beginner-friendly projects. There's something for everyone.

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Common Questions About How to Crochet a Scarf

How Long Does it Take to Crochet a Scarf?

The time it would take to crochet a scarf would depend on several factors including your crochet speed and the finished scarf length.

Your crochet speed will depend on either the difficulty of the stitch or the weight of the yarn you are using. Some crochet stitches are easier than others, so they can be mastered quickly and take less time to complete compared to more complex stitches. As for yarn weight, bulky weight yarns are faster to crochet with since they result in thicker stitches in comparison to thinner yarns like DK or fingering weight yarns.

Longer and wider scarves take more time to finish than shorter or narrower ones, so the scarf’s length and width also play a role in determining the time it takes to finish crocheting a scarf. Read on to know more about the typical scarf lengths based on the wearer’s age group below.

Is it Easy to Crochet a Scarf?

Scarves are a great project for anyone who has just started to learn to crochet. Most of the time, scarves are shaped like long rectangles and can be a great way to practice different crochet stitches when you’re first starting out. With a few basic crochet techniques, you can whip up a crochet scarf in no time!

Can you Make a Scarf with One Skein of Yarn?

Even if you only have one skein of yarn (depending on the yardage), you can still turn it into a cozy scarf, shawl, or cowl! There are a lot of one-skein crochet scarf patterns listed below that’ll add a handmade touch to any outfit.

How Many Chains Do You Need to Crochet a Scarf?

The number of chains you need to start your scarf depends on how wide you want your scarf to be and the multiple needed for your chosen stitch pattern. It’s best to be familiar with your gauge when crocheting the foundation chain for your scarf. 

Take note of how many stitches it would take you to reach 4 inches with the yarn, hook, and stitch you intend to use for the project. For example, if you want to crochet an 8-inch wide scarf and your gauge is 16 stitches per 4 inches (or 4 stitches per inch), you would need to chain 32 stitches + your turning chain stitches to achieve that width. You may try making a 4”x4” swatch with the yarn you’re planning to use to obtain your gauge.

What is an Infinity Scarf?

An Infinity scarf is a type of scarf that is sewn in a continuous loop without any ends. Compared to the traditional long rectangular scarf, an infinity scarf sits around the neck in a neat ring shape. It is very versatile and can be styled in different ways, giving you different looks to try out!

You can turn any scarf into an infinity scarf by sewing the short ends together when you’re done crocheting. Of course, there are many crochet infinity scarf patterns available, too!

Sizing a Crochet Scarf

How Long Should the Scarf Be?

When it comes to the length of your scarf, there are optimal lengths that depend on the wearer’s age group. However, different lengths and widths can be combined to create different styles and looks. Refer to the table below for the measurements in inches:

AGE GROUPWIDTHLENGTH
Children4.0” – 4.5”44”
Preteens5.0” – 6.0”55”
Adults6.0” – 8.0”65”



Keep in mind that like any other crochet project, your scarf measurements are customizable, meaning you can add or subtract stitches if you want to. These numbers can serve as starting points to get you started.

Another great rule of thumb as to the correct length for a crocheted scarf is that it should be as long as the wearer is tall. If you don’t know their exact height, you might choose to make a longer scarf for a person who is taller than average. 

How Wide Should the Scarf Be?

On an average basis, a warm winter scarf would be around 8 inches wide or wider to keep you extra warm, and a decorative scarf would be narrower than that to just lightly rest on your neck. However, just as mentioned earlier, the width of your scarf is still up to your personal preference and what you need for the stitch pattern you chose, and you may use the table above to help you begin. 

Supplies Needed to Crochet a Scarf

Choosing the Perfect Yarn to Crochet a Scarf

It can be tricky to figure out which yarn is the perfect one to use to crochet your scarf when there are tons and tons of yarn, yarn weights, and fibers to consider. Using the wrong type could result in fabric that’s not what you expected. 

One great thing about crocheting a scarf though is that they can be made from a variety of yarns! You just have to know which one is best for you.

Choosing your yarn based on yarn weight

Light weight (3) Yarn

Light weight yarn is great for warmer climates, it makes perfect spring and/or summer scarves.

Recommended Lightweight yarn:

Worsted/Medium (4) Yarn 

This is the most commonly used yarn weight for crochet scarves and the best for beginners. It is also suitable for all climate types.

Recommended Worsted Weight yarn:

Bulky (5) or Super Bulky (6) Yarn

These weights are best for colder climates as they are thicker and cozier. They also build up quickly if you’re looking for a quick project to whip up fast.

Recommended Bulky/Super Bulky yarn:

Choosing your yarn based on fiber

Acrylic yarn

Most commonly used in making scarves, acrylic yarn is soft, durable, inexpensive, and widely available across your local craft stores.

Wool yarn 

Wool yarn tends to be warmer than acrylic yarn. It is also beautiful but may tend to be on the pricier side. Unless the wool is superwash, you will need to handwash your projects crocheted with wool so they don’t shrink.

Cotton yarn

Cotton yarn can also be used in crocheting a scarf but isn’t that common. This fiber works well if you’re aiming for a spring/summer scarf. It tends to be heavier than other yarn.

How Many Skeins of Yarn Do You Need to Crochet a Scarf?

Most scarves use one to two balls/skeins of yarn. But this will also differ based on the pattern you’re using and the yarn you want to use (both its weight and how many yards are in each ball or skein). Check out the table below for the approximate yardages per yarn weight:

YARN WEIGHTAPPROXIMATE YARDAGE
Super Fine (1)650 yards
Fine (2)500 yards
Lightweight (3)450 yards
Medium (4)450 yards
Bulky (5)300 yards
Super Bulky (6)300 yards



Also, make sure to check the pattern that you intend to use or the yarn label of your preferred yarn for more info on yardage.

Crochet Hook for Crocheting a Scarf

An H/8 5 mm crochet hook is the most commonly used size for crocheting scarves when using medium/worsted weight yarn. Given that it is neither too small nor too big, it is the ideal size hook for scarves, blankets, and other items. 

Make sure you check the yarn label as well for the recommended crochet hook size to go with your yarn. If you are working from a pattern it will also give a suggestion for what size hook to use. 

Notion and Tools Needed to Crochet a Scarf

Crochet Hooks

You can’t crochet without your hook, and quality hooks are an absolute must-have. Though there are lots of different quality crochet hooks on the market, some of our favorite crochet hooks can be found here.

Scissors

It’s a good idea to keep a pair of scissors near you when you crochet for snipping yarn ends. Try this pair here.

Tapestry Needles

When finishing up your scarf, you’re gonna have to weave in the ends, and having tapestry needles on hand helps get the job done easier and quicker. Get some here.

Tape Measure

This will help you keep track of your measurements and to check whether you're getting your desired dimensions for the intended wearer.

Row Counter

If you have trouble keeping track of the number of rows you’ve crocheted, having a digital row counter comes in super handy so you don’t lose count.

Project Bag

For the crocheter on the go, a sturdy project bag can keep your project safe no matter where you go.

Best Crochet Stitches for Scarves

While it’s true that you can make a scarf with any crochet stitch you like, and this collection of crochet scarf patterns includes a variety of stitches, it helps to know what basic crochet stitches are good if you want to make a scarf without a pattern or you aren’t sure if a stitch found in a pattern is an easy one. Here’s a quick rundown of the best crochet stitches for scarves.

If you’re looking for even more stitch patterns to play with, our Ultimate Crochet Stitch Library offers 45 crochet stitches with video tutorials so you’re sure to stitch them right the first time. 

Single Crochet Stitch

A single crochet (sc) is a basic stitch that every crocheter should know. It creates a close dense fabric. It is easy to stitch but not as fast as some other stitches because the stitch height is small. It makes a nice, warm scarf that even a beginner can make.

Double Crochet Stitch

A double crochet (dc) is another basic stitch, twice as tall as a single crochet, that also creates a relatively close dense fabric. This is a great stitch to use to crochet a basic scarf as it works up fast and easily.

Half Double Crochet Stitch

A half double crochet (hdc) is another great stitch to learn that works up between a single and double crochet in height. It makes a warm scarf and is fun to work in different colors.

Crochet Moss Stitch

The moss stitch is made by combining single crochets and chains. It’s quick and easy to stitch and makes a beautiful texture and flowy fabric, making it useful for a wide variety of projects. This is a great stitch to use for a man’s scarf if you want it to have a little more interest than a basic stitch pattern.

Star Stitch

The star stitch creates beautiful and condensed star-like shapes in your work. It’s sometimes also referred to as the daisy stitch and is made with single and half double crochet stitches.

Suzette Stitch

A unique stitch that uses a combination of single and double crochets. It produces a sturdy fabric that any basic crocheter can do. It’s a one-row repeat so it’s easy to learn, has a fun texture and looks great in bulky yarn for a super warm scarf

Grit Stitch

There are a couple of different variations on grit stitch either using all single crochets or single and double crochets. Either way, it produces a dense and bumpy which makes a tightly textured fabric great for scarves.

Granny Stitch

This stitch is familiar as the basis for Granny Squares, where double crochet blocks are worked between blocks on succeeding rounds. Granny stitch is perfect for stash busting scarf projects and can also be fun used on lighter weight scarves for summer.

Waffle Stitch

When worked, this stitch looks almost exactly like a waffle and creates amazing texture for your projects. This is a quintessential stitch pattern for cold weather wear.

V Stitch

V stitch can be made in different ways but it generally consists of double crochets, placed in the previous row's chain-2 spaces and the result forms a V-shape just like the stitch’s name. This is a fun stitch that’s great for scarves and lots of other projects.

Crunch Stitch

The Crunch Stitch is a variation of moss stitch that uses half double crochet and slip stitches. It gives the fabric a fun crunched texture great for big, warm winter scarves.

Shell Stitch

One of the most unique crochet stitches is the shell stitch. This stitch greatly resembles a shell or fan and looks stunning on any piece. It’s another great choice for spring and summer scarves.

Looking for more types of stitches to try out? Check out the Ultimate Crochet Stitch Library for an entire catalog of stitches to explore! There’s always something new to try out here so you’ll never run out of things to crochet.

Easy Free Scarf Patterns for Beginners

Looking for free crochet scarves patterns and don't know where to start? Don't fret, we got you covered! Check out some of our favorite free crochet scarf patterns listed below.




Crochet Scarf Pattern for Beginners
Crochet Scarf Pattern for Beginners

Designer: Sarah Maker
Yarn weight: (6) Super bulky
Suggested yarn: Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick and Quick

This is a simple and easy ribbed scarf pattern that will teach you all about the basics of crocheting. If you’re looking for a pattern to be your first crochet project, this scarf is the perfect starting point! It’s also an easy-to-make gift and quick project.




Green Meadows Crochet Scarf Pattern
Green Meadows Crochet Scarf Pattern

Designer: Just B Crafty
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: Red Heart Super Saver Ombre

This fun pattern features a beautiful stitch that is quite similar to the Granny Stitch. The end product gives you this gorgeous lacy texture for that warm yet breezy fabric perfect for the transition from winter to spring.




Mint Circle Scarf Crochet Pattern
Mint Circle Scarf Pattern

Designer: Left in Knots
Yarn weight: (5) Bulky
Suggested yarn: Lion Brand Scarfie

The Mint Circle Scarf is a simple scarf with a modern twist. It gives off a bold look from the angled edges, and the double-knotted edging adds a lovely finishing touch. What’s great about this pattern is that it is very beginner friendly and works up quickly.




Ocean Waves Scarf Crochet Pattern
Ocean Waves Scarf Crochet Pattern

Designer: Crochet Dreamz
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: Caron Cakes

Just as the name suggests, crocheting this scarf will calm you down with its lovely texture that doesn't require a lot of effort. It would also make a great project to do while unwinding or watching television with its two-row repeat pattern.




The Ridge Crochet Scarf Pattern
The Ridge Crochet Scarf Pattern

Designer: Ashley Lillis
Yarn weight: (6) Super bulky
Suggested yarn: Wool and the Gang Crazy Sexy Wool

Make a huge statement with this super bulky scarf! It is simple, but is quick to stand out in a crowd! It is great for a beginning crocheter and you can also easily customize its dimensions however you want. This would make a great gift, too!




Crochet Color Block Scarf Easy Pattern
Crochet Color Block Scarf Easy Pattern

Designer: Annie Design Crochet
Yarn weight: (4) Medium
Suggested yarn: Stylecraft Special Aran

This free scarf pattern is ideal for chilly weather and will provide you with all the warmth you need. With its easy repeat pattern, you could quickly whip up a stylish color-blocked scarf for each person on your Christmas list!




Easy Linen Stitch Scarf Pattern
Easy Linen Stitch Scarf Pattern

Designer: Me and My Hook
Yarn weight: (3) DK
Suggested yarn: Scheepjes Merino Soft

Everyone deserves a simple, timeless everyday scarf in their closet. And this easy Linen Stitch scarf may just be what you may have been looking for. This scarf is a beginner-friendly pattern that works up quickly into a cozy and warm winter wardrobe staple.




Wanderlust Crochet Scarf Pattern for Men or Women
Wanderlust Crochet Scarf Pattern for Men or Women

Designer: Kirsten Holloway Designs
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: Lion Brand Heartland

This scarf will keep you extra warm and toasty on all of your adventures when the weather is cool. It has great texture and is easy to work up in a style that both men and women will love (the designer has a matching hat, too!).




Go with The Flow Super Scarf 

Designer: My Hobby is Crochet
Yarn weight: (5) Bulky
Suggested yarn: Premier Yarn Serenity Chunky

This giant scarf is a lot of fun to crochet, using front and back crossed double crochet stitches. It’s also worked from a long side across, so while a single row takes a long time, there aren’t that many rows to get you to the end of this super warm scarf.




Cozy Bean Crochet Scarf Pattern
Cozy Bean Crochet Scarf Pattern

Designer: The Knotted Nest
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted or (5) Bulky
Suggested yarn: Lion Brand Touch of Alpaca

The Cozy Bean Crochet Scarf uses the easy, but deliciously textured mini bean stitch, and is super simple to make. The fabric looks so sophisticated and intricate, but is super easy to make once you get going, you'll have a comfy crochet scarf in no time! The designer has a whole set of patterns using the same stitch if you end up enjoying it.




Crochet Infinity Scarf Patterns

This list features a few free infinity scarf crochet patterns that are great for both new and advanced crocheters. All of these easy crochet patterns make beautiful accessories and/or fashion statements!




Aspen Infinity Scarf Crochet Pattern
Aspen Infinity Scarf Crochet Pattern

Designer: Maria’s Blue Crayon
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: Lion Brand Heartland

With a ton of texture and versatility, the Crochet Aspen Infinity Scarf looks great with almost anything. It has the perfect amount of sheen and is such a nice neutral color, though of course you can use whatever color you like. The front post double crochet adds just the right amount of sophistication and elegance of the finished product.




Frosted Berry Infinity Scarf Crochet Pattern
Frosted Berry Infinity Scarf Crochet Pattern

Designer: Left in Knots
Yarn weight: (6) Super bulky
Suggested yarn: Caron Tea Cakes

Crochet a new scarf for your winter wardrobe with just one cake of super bulky yarn using the airy Iris Stitch. This open stitch combined with super bulky yarn makes for a project that’s quick to stitch but also not too warm.




Half Double Crochet Infinity Scarf Pattern
Half Double Crochet Infinity Scarf Pattern

Designer: Easy Crochet
Yarn weight: (6) Super Bulky
Suggested yarn: Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick and Quick

Beginners who want to try something a little different can try this pretty half double crochet scarf. Start with a row of regular hdc, then the rest of the scarf is worked through the back loop only for lots of texture without a lot of work. 




Crochet Cluster Stitch Infinity Scarf Pattern
Crochet Cluster Stitch Infinity Scarf Pattern

Designer: Daisy Farm Crafts
Yarn weight: (5) Bulky
Suggested yarn: Classic Wool Roving

This Infinity Scarf is worked lengthwise into one big loop that you can wrap twice around your neck for warmth. The textured design looks sort of like cable stitches but is easier to pull off. You do need to pay some attention in the beginning to exactly where to put your hook, but once you get the hang of it, it will be smooth stitching. 




Double Crochet Infinity Scarf Pattern
Double Crochet Infinity Scarf Pattern

Designer: Delia Creates
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice

This Infinity Scarf pattern is super easy and perfect for beginners. All you need to know is how to chain and double crochet and you’re good to go! It’s easy to stitch and super cozy. This is a great gift project for new stitchers, too.




Astoria Infinity Scarf with Cottage By the Sea Edging
Astoria Infinity Scarf with Cottage By the Sea Edging

Designer: Ambassador Crochet and Kirsten Holloway Designs
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: Hobby Lobby I Love this Yarn

This is a fun remix that can give you an idea of how to make an infinity scarf pattern your own. The original pattern for the Astoria Scarf uses a combination of single and treble crochets, which is nice on its own. But the added lacy edging along the bottom gives it a special touch that makes it more feminine and fun. 




Tri-Toned Chunky Crochet Infinity Scarf Pattern
Tri-Toned Chunky Crochet Infinity Scarf Pattern

Designer: Double Crochet
Yarn weight: (5) Bulky
Suggested yarn: Estelle Chunky

Of course, any project can be made in as many or as few colors as you like, but the color blocking of this pattern – which uses lots of back loop only stitches – makes it look that much more interesting and complex. But it’s not really hard at all, and the bulky yarn used means you’ll have this one off your hook in no time.




Textured Scarf Patterns

Diagonal Ripple Scarf Crochet Pattern
Diagonal Ripple Scarf Crochet Pattern

Designer: A Crocheted Simplicity
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: Red Heart Super Saver Ombre

This crochet scarf design is perfect for you if you love crocheting blankets from corner to corner, crochet chevrons, and one-skein projects. And if these sorts of projects are not things you’ve tackled before, not to worry; there are a number of photographs in this pattern to guide you.




Diamond In the Rough Scarf Crochet Pattern
Diamond In the Rough Scarf Pattern

Designer: Rich Textures Crochet
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice

This textured crochet scarf features a stunning diamond stitch that looks so unique when worn. If this is a new stitch to you, you’ll be a pro by the time you finish this fun scarf (there’s a matching headband pattern as well).




Waffle Stitch Crochet Scarf Pattern
Waffle Stitch Crochet Scarf Pattern

Designer: Fiber Flux
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: Red Heart Super Saver

Waffle stitch is an irresistible stitch pattern that’s fun to stitch and looks really cool, too. It’s great for a man or woman, so this easy scarf crochet pattern is a great choice for gifting or for charity projects.




Braided Scarf Crochet Pattern
Braided Scarf Crochet Pattern

Designer: Cute as a Button Crochet
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: Lion Brand Feels Like Butta

This is such a fun technique! The pattern uses a variation of Jacob’s Ladder to make the braids that run down the scarf, giving it a unique look. Use a solid color yarn to bring out the details and really make the texture stand out. There’s also a coordinating hat pattern if you end up loving this design.




Brioche Bun Crochet Scarf Pattern
Brioche Bun Crochet Scarf Pattern

Designer: High Desert Yarn
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice

The Brioche Bun Crochet Scarf is an elegant accessory that works up very quickly. It uses three different stitches, which makes it more fun to stitch than your average scarf that repeats the same stitch over and over. You can also customize it to the length you like, and add fringe for even more flair.




Chunky Crochet Pocket Scarf
Chunky Crochet Pocket Scarf

Designer: Crochet Dreamz
Yarn weight: (6) Super bulky
Suggested yarn: Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick and Quick

Admit it, who doesn’t love pockets? Pockets on your scarf add interest and a useful place to tuck important things. This crochet scarf is made with super bulky yarn and is written in two sizes so shorter people can enjoy it, or make it a super scarf.




Lace Scarf Patterns

Lacy scarves are perfect to wear on warmer days or cool summer nights. They're not too warm and you'll love their light and airiness when worn. Keep on reading for some pretty lace crochet scarf patterns for your next project.




Easy Lace Scarf Pattern for Beginners
Easy Lace Scarf Pattern for Beginners

Designer: Kirsten Holloway Designs
Yarn weight: (3) DK
Suggested yarn: Paton’s Grace

This lightweight, lacy scarf is quick to stitch and great to wear when the weather starts getting a little warmer. It uses combinations of chains and double crochet stitches so it’s easy enough for those new to crochet but still produces an interesting look that’s fun for those with more experience.




One Skein Granny Stitch Scarf Pattern
One Skein Granny Stitch Scarf Pattern

Designer: Sweet Bee Crochet
Yarn weight: (3) DK
Suggested yarn: Lion Brand Mandala

Don’t you just love one-skein projects? Especially when you use a colorful skein so you don’t have to think about when or how to change colors at all? This fun boho project can be made as a traditional scarf, or sew the ends together to make an infinity scarf if that’s more your style.




Lacy Crochet Scarf Pattern
Lacy Crochet Scarf Pattern

Designer: Two Brothers Blankets
Yarn weight: (2) Sport
Suggested yarn: Knit Picks Brava Sport

The fun shell look of this lacy scarf is made with chains and double crochet stitches, so it’s not that difficult even for someone new to crochet. It uses sport weight yarn to make this a truly lightweight accessory, perfect for people who live somewhere warm who still want to wear a scarf every now and then.




Shell Stitch Crochet Scarf
Shell Stitch Crochet Scarf

Designer: Stitching Together
Yarn weight: (2) Sport
Suggested yarn: Knit Picks Shine Sport

If you’re planning a night out but the evening is going to be a little cool, this easy shell stitch scarf is your go-to accessory. Like the others here it uses simple stitches paired perfectly to make a fun project that’s easy to wear.




Tendril Leaf Crochet Lace Scarf Pattern
Tendril Leaf Crochet Lace Scarf Pattern

Designer: Annie Design Crochet
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: Hobbii Winter Glow Solid

This crochet scarf pattern is beautifully decorated with lovely leaf tendrils. With a straightforward 4-row repeat pattern, this lovely scarf works up very quickly. Since the pattern is so flexible, you may easily customize the scarf's dimensions to make it wider or longer. Your winter and spring outfits will be more elegant with this openwork crochet scarf pattern!




Rustic Lace Scarf Pattern
Rustic Lace Scarf Pattern

Designer: Highland Hickory Designs
Yarn weight: (1) Superfine
Suggested yarn: Loops and Threads Woolike

The Rustic Lace Scarf is a lightweight, lacy scarf you can wear even during the warmer seasons of the year. This is a beginner-friendly project because all you need to know are three basic stitches. It is even better because it has a one-row repeat. You can also find a matching hat pattern if you fall in love with this romantic and rustic look.




Red Heart One Skein Diamond Lace Scarf
Red Heart One Skein Diamond Lace Scarf

Designer: Yarnspirations/Moogly Blog
Yarn weight: (1) Superfine
Suggested yarn: Red Heart Croquette

This fun and elegant scarf uses just one skein of yarn and is considered an easy project. I love the way the color shifts through the project, but you could use a solid colored yarn too if you prefer. This is a great scarf for warmer weather to wear over a simple dress or top/




Step-By-Step Crochet Scarf Pattern Video Tutorials

Check out some of these video tutorials if you need step-by-step instructions for how to crochet a scarf.




Crochet Scarf Tutorial for Beginner Level
Crochet Scarf Tutorial for Beginner Level

Designer: Nati Crochet
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: Caron Simply Soft

This crochet scarf uses moss stitch, which is super quick and easy to work for beginners and those with more crochet experience. It also has a beautiful fringe at the end, adding a perfect embellishment to the crochet scarf.




How to Crochet Scarf for Women, Men, Children
How to Crochet Scarf for Women, Men, Children

Designer: Olga Poltava
Yarn weight: (5) Bulky
Suggested yarn: Valley Yarns Valley Superwash

This video tutorial shows you how to crochet a scarf that almost looks like it was knitted. It uses single crochets made in a specific way and is suitable for beginner or advanced crocheters. It also teaches you how to size the scarf in any size you want and is suitable for men, women, or children.




Mountain Ridge Scarf Crochet Pattern
Mountain Ridge Scarf Crochet Pattern

Designer: Rich Textures Crochet
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: Lion Brand Wool-Ease

This crochet scarf features great texture from front post and back post double crochet stitches. This is a project that men and women alike will enjoy wearing, and it’s pretty fun to stitch as well. You can add fringe if you like, or even make it into an infinity scarf.




Ideas For Embellishing Crochet Scarves

How to Make Fringe for a Crochet Scarf

Mountain Ridge Scarf Crochet Pattern

Designer: Hooked on Homemade Happiness

Do you think your crochet scarf is missing a little pizzazz? Adding some fringe might just be what you're looking for! Adding this embellishment is a quick and easy way to add fun to any crochet project. You’ll be surprised at how enjoyable and easy it is to do this!

Check out this tutorial to get started and learn how to add fringe to your scarf or any other crochet project!




How to Make Twisted Yarn Fringe for a Crochet Scarf

Mountain Ridge Scarf Crochet Pattern

Designer: TL Yarn Crafts

If you love adding fringe to your projects and you're looking for a different take on it, try making Twisted Fringe. It’s a great alternative to spice up your regular two-strand fringe. This step-by-step tutorial shows how you can make this gorgeous finishing touch to your scarf.




How to Make Pom Poms for a Crochet Scarf

Mountain Ridge Scarf Crochet Pattern

Designer: Sheep and Stitch

If you would like to add a fun touch to your scarf, try making a pom pom! This embellishment can be created by wrapping some yarn around donut-shaped cardboard and securing it tightly with a knot. Making a pom pom is super easy! Try checking out this tutorial to learn more about DIY pom poms.  




How to Make Tassels for a Crochet Scarf

Mountain Ridge Scarf Crochet Pattern

Designer: B Hooked Crochet

Adding tassels to the end of your crochet scarf can be another perfect way to finish up your piece. They can be another great way to add a little extra decoration to your scarf. Once you learn how to make tassels, you can also add them to your other projects as well!

This tutorial can teach you how to make a yarn tassel by hand without having to buy a tassel maker.




Are You a Beginner Crochet Who Would Like Some Extra Help to Learn How to Crochet?

When starting to learn crochet, it’s not easy to get all the stitches right away. We’ve all been there. There was always a learning curve before getting the hang of things and sometimes, it can get quite stressful. 

If you’re looking for some extra help in learning how to crochet, check out the Foundations of Crochet! It’s a series of professionally filmed video tutorials that will walk you through all the fundamentals of crochet and help practice your crochet skills in mastering the techniques with confidence.

Learn from expert crochet instructors and connect with designers and crafters as well. And the best part… you can attend from anywhere in the world from the comfort of your home! 

Obtain the confidence you need to start and complete your next crochet project without stress. Have a relaxing time crocheting while you master these different fundamentals of crochet.

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