This boa-style scarf only takes about an hour to work up, and after some practice, you may even be able to work it up in less. The Net Yarn Spiral Scarf Pattern is a great project if you are just learning how to use net yarn. There is a video available, which is ideal for visual learners. Boa-style pieces are popular scarves for women, and would be a great addition to your inventory, if you're participating in a craft sale.
Pocket shawls are very popular now. You can make this very easy textured pocket shawl this fall. It is a simple 2-row repeat that is easy to memorize. You can adjust the length of the shawl by chaining less or more and the width by working more rows. The pattern also includes a video for visual learners. It is worked using worsted weight yarn and a big hook. The tassels are optional but add a nice finishing touch to your pocket shawl.
I love making crochet scarves. They are not only fun to make but also very quick projects that you can easily complete in a day. Crochet scarves are also one of the great beginner crochet project to start with. They are typically worked in repeated rows which makes them very easy to follow pattern. You can also easily change the texture and look of the crochet scarf by changing the yarn and hook size according to your choice. Today am sharing the Pattern for a very Easy Textured Crochet Scarf. This is a easy to follow pattern where all you just need to know is to make Single Crochets and Double Crochets. By combining these two stitches in a methodical pattern you can create a lovely textured Crochet scarf. The size of this scarf can be customized according to your choice. You can easily start with any number of stitches you want and finish off after reaching the required size needed. You can make them as regular style scarf with free ends or make them little longer and join both the ends to make them into infinity scarf to wrap around your neck twice. Add fringe or tassels to the ends to make them more pretty. Materials Used:- Worsted Weight Cotton Yarn 4 mm Crochet Hook Size:- 7 / 35 Inches - can be customized to any size
"This is one of my first patterns back in 2004! Back when Sashay Yarn was a thing, and finger knitting was just taking off as a trend. I had found some on sale at Pottery Barn, and bought up so much, that 6 years later (today), I still have a lot in my collection, haha! I use a large crochet hook to replicate the look of finger knit, and have been able to produce a similar look with Lion Brand Hometown USA and Wool Ease Thick n Quick too. You just need a Super Bulky yarn (or equivalent), and 15 minutes."
This triangle scarf is easily worked with simple stitches, and quickly creates a classic looking accessory to wear! This pattern is worked in rows using chains and double crochet stitches. You can easily customize the size of the scarf by adding or omitting rows, and the simple pattern repeat makes this design fun and easy to work up ! An interesting difference in this scarf pattern are the button and loop added to the corner ends of the last row worked - the button attaches to the loop, which helps to keep the scarf around your neck! It’s a great pattern because: Scarves are quick and fun projects to work up! Have fun with yarn color to make this simple fabric your own style; color blocking, stripes, ombre, variegated and more! This project works great with cotton yarns, and plant-based fibers! You’ll get to practice a lot of crochet skills: increasing in rows, stitch tension, gauge & size, blocking, finishing techniques & more!
Infinity Scarves are the best way to keep warm on busy winter days when you are out running errands or have hands full of shopping bags, knowing you don’t have to worry about losing your scarf! The Off the Rails Infinity Scarf is made with Super Bulky yarn in a ribbed rail like pattern and is incredibly cosy and soft. It is the ideal easy winder project, using simple stitches to create an elegant modern look. And if you need a last minute gift, it works up in around an hour so it’s perfect for that one person you forgot!