Make a crochet scarf that looks both classic and modern! This Snowdrift Scarf is a quick chunky scarf pattern full of texture. Keep warm with this beautiful, cozy scarf or make them as gifts!
This chunky neck warmer is super cozy, comfortable, and warm with a snug fit. The design gives it a lovely, subtle, undulating texture and the best part is that this pattern can be rearranged as you like! For example, playing with the cute buttons and trying out different positions in which this neck warmer can be arranged can help you find your style! In addition, this is also an ideal project for using up your left-over yarn! You can also customize the colors of the neck warmer to what you like, and you can even incorporate an arrangement of colors that will add a special touch! Furthermore, this can be an amazing gift for loved ones and friends! It's also great for cold days, but also great for looking effortlessly stylish! Thanks Pattern Princess for sharing this free pattern. The link for the free pattern is provided below photo. Happy crocheting.
This chunky scarf crochet pattern uses a combination of bobble stitches and slip stitches to create this lovely scarf.
What is better than a bobble stitch? A big bobble stitch, of course! This crochet chunky scarf is super chunky, with knit-like rows nestled in between rows of giant bobbles.
"This Chunky Textured Two Tone Scarf Free Crochet Pattern is a great beginner pattern with a simple combination of stitches that creates a cozy fun and full texture to keep you warm. This pattern is also a great introduction to color work using the contrast color as trim instead of as a main design element. This Chunky Textured Two Tone Scarf is a wonderful scarf that's perfect for any guy or gal this cold winter season."
"The Wildflower Chunky Shawl features some super easy crochet stitches and is such a lovely design especially with some tassels added in for a bit extra on the ends. Originally i was going to make this a pocket shawl but the holes/gaps are just a bit too big to be adding pockets on top of but i think with this beautiful color and stitch work i don't think it needed it in the end. This chunky shawl pattern is a 6 row repeat and works up incredibly quick especially done in this yarn, i literally crocheted this in a couple of hours and then added the tassels on at the end and that was it finished so if you need a quick chunky shawl for a special occasion i have got you covered! This pattern is perfect for beginners and for the more advanced crocheter."
"This is a pattern for a chunky infinity scarf, which is very easy and suitable for beginners. Any thick yarn will work for this project. I used two cakes of 200 g (330 m) Acrylic gradient yarn from a local store (you can use one color, but I think that it looks more interesting with the gradient yarn). It is fun and relatively quick to make. This chunky infinity scarf feels really warm and cozy!"