Here’s an easy crochet pattern for a chunky crochet scarf created with bulky yarn and scraps of bulky, worsted, and light weight yarn. First, you create a light, open mesh scarf with basic stitches. Then you crochet simple, colorful “ribbons” that are woven through the crocheted mesh background.
Because it is created from yarn scraps, your Magical Mesh Scarf is guaranteed to be one-of-a-kind and will garner praises wherever you go.
If you love your style to be more feminine and cute, these ribbons and grace neck warmer are the perfect pieces. The enchanting beauty of the neck warmer has been enhanced with the added ribbons. You can adorn this lovely neck warmer with a pair of matching hand warmers for a date or dinner night. Details of the idea here!
The World Traveler Scarf is a simple crochet piece using only single crochet and chain. It is worked in the woven stitch which gives it a truly woven look and feel. The fringe is worked during the crochet process, so it matches the stripes perfectly, adding to the woven look. The bright colors of this scarf are reminiscent of the type of item you might find at an international bazaar. This scarf is crocheted from a single skein of Lion Brand Shawl in a Ball in the color Restful Rainbow. It works up pretty quick, making it a great last minute addition to your fall wardrobe, or a great gift. There are also absolutely no ends to weave in! The beginning and ending tail become part of the fringe.
This beautiful ombre poncho is sure to compliment a variety of casual outfits. The pattern is super simple as it's created with two rectangles that are seamed together. Because it's not as long as a typical poncho, it's comfortable and practical for everyday wear and serves the same purpose as a wrap. It's also light and easy to tote around or pack in a suitcase for vacation! Since it's made entirely with the v-stitch, the pattern makes for a perfect project to throw in your beach bag or crochet while watching your fave shows. Using a slightly larger crochet hook than what is typically used for worsted weight yarn lends to the open “meshy” feel of the poncho. Add the fringe for a boho flair, or leave it without for a clean, modern look.
Today's free crochet pattern is the Eleanor Asymmetrical Shawl, this crochet pattern is a very open lace design, it is basically made up of mesh which mainly involves using chain and sc stitches. Once you get to the repeat of this pattern it is very easy to get in to! Last week i released the Eleanor Triangle Shawl which you can find here! This is basically the sister shawl of that one just in a different shape, both are very open and lacy and perfect for the summer with their open mesh design, both very versatile as you can wear them draped over the shoulders or wear them like you would a scarf.
Ready to try something new for winter? Then this Super Fast Bohemian Crochet Scarf needs to be on your list! This scarf uses yarn in five different weights and is a great stash-buster.
From the blogger: The photo tutorial guides you to make this eye-catching bohemian scarf. It employs the larksfoot crochet stitch which is an interesting stitch and makes quite a difference and emphasized textures. For this particular scarf I used 5 different sizes and color of yarn - ranging from sport to chunky yarn. Relevant hooks for the tutorial scarf: 7.00 mm and 3.00 mm. I also added different kinds of ribbons (lace, sateen, crochet) to add a little of the bohemian flair.