If you’re in need of a quick scarf that you can hook up super-fast, then this pattern is a great project for crocheters of all abilities.
Hooked up in a chunky yarn and with a fun chevron zigzag stitch pattern, it’s relatively wide scarf meaning you can wrap yourself up in it and keep that cold wind at bay. Plus, it’s finished off with some pompoms, and in my opinion, everything is better with pompoms!
"Since it's the start of fall, it's time to bring out the heavy yarn. Red Heart's super saver yarn was a challenge to work with for me, and it took me a while to figure out what is the most suitable design for this one skein I had shipped all the way from the US. After a few trials, I decided to make a scarf by merging two opposing textures: lacework and bulkiness. The resulting pattern is a repetition of 14 rows with a pattern that meanders in a zigzag shape. To soften the stiffness of this yarn, I've soaked the finished scarf in cold water with half a cup of white vinegar for about 30 minutes before blocking. The result was a success. Have a nice and healthy fall and stay safe! "
"The Bay Bridge Cowl reminds me of the bridges I've seen traveling around the country! You won't want to take it off, indoors or out. And it's a free one skein crochet pattern on Moogly! This cowl features pretty lace in a super-soft wool and yak blend, for amazing warmth as well as drape! Made with just one hank of The Yarn Collective Hudson Worsted, this pattern practically flies off the hook. An easy to memorize 4 row repeat makes this pattern relaxing to crochet. And the luxurious yarn makes it the perfect gift! This pattern was originally published on LoveCrafts, and now is available on Moogly, including a free PDF download."
"I LOVE how plush and cozy the Chevron Love Super Scarf is! It uses the same basic design as my other Chevron Love patterns but is worked up in a super bulky weight yarn. It is so warm and works up so fast! As a super scarf it is wider and longer then a regular scarf. You can wrap it multiple times for extra layers or leave it hanging down to showcase the design. The Chevron Love Super Scarf is the perfect accessory and gift. I hope you enjoy making yours!"
Crochet chevron patterns tend to use extremely bright colors (and they're all really cute), but sometimes you want to incorporate your favorite pattern into a more subtle hue. This Gray Chevron Easy Crochet Scarf does just that, with its calming gray tone and gentle chevron waves. This easy crochet pattern only uses three types of stitches-chain, single, and double-so you can master the chevron crochet pattern without having to jump through crazy hoops to get there. This scarf would go with so many different outfits, so it's a great project to add to your crochet fashion.
Learn how to crochet this beautiful Misty Crochet Lacy Wrap. This free pattern comes with directions and a video tutorial. If you are looking for a crochet pattern that is relatively easy to master with beautiful results, then this one is for you. This pattern uses a repeat of two rows to create a lovely wrap. There is a Step-by-Step video near the bottom of this post. If you would prefer a photo tutorial, no worries, that is here too. Row 1 consists of the V-Stitch. Not sure how to complete the v-stitch? Watch the video or view the photos. Row 2 consists of the HDC Decreasing Stitch. This can be a shawl or wrap. This pattern is so versatile as it can be worn in so many ways. Wear it as an everyday wrap. Dress up for the evening and top off the look with this lacy wrap. Use it as a swimsuit cover up by wrapping it around your hips and securing it on one side.