This super chunky crochet scarf is made with basic stitches. You will need to know only how to make a chain, single crochet and double crochet stitches.
The stitch pattern is easy to remember and it creates a reversible fabric. With its one-row repeat, this Winterberry Chunky Scarf is one of the easiest crochet pattern on this list!
I love crocheting for the guys in my family. Crochet sweaters, such as the Brentwood Pullover, are my favorite projects for the guys, but when I'm in the mood for a smaller project, crocheted hats and scarves are it! When it comes to designing for the guys, I tend to stick with basic crochet stitches as I feel they give a more classic look. The Reversible Basic Ribbed Scarf is a very simple pattern that uses alternating rows of only 2 stitches to create its reversible ribbed design.
This one-skein crochet shawl pattern uses self-striping yarn to make colorwork easy. This rectangular shawl can also be worn as a scarf in transitional weather. Since it's a one-skein crochet shawl pattern, you won't have many ends to weave in which means you can wear this project as soon as it's finished. This is an intermediate level pattern, but there are only two rows to repeat. Once you get the stitch pattern down, you will find it a relatively mindless and straightforward crochet project. Skills Used Basic crochet stitches: chain, double crochet, single crochet Crocheting flat in rows Crocheting into chain spaces (includes video tutorial) Special stitch: FPcl (includes written description)
Difficulty Level: Intermediate
Crochet Hook: G/6 or 4 mm hook
Yarn Weight: (3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)
Crochet Gauge: 19.5 sts = 4” (10 cm) in pattern. Exact gauge is not critical for this pattern.
Finished SizeAdult: 58.5” (148.5 cm) long x 9” (23 cm) wide.
King Cole Tropical Beaches DK yarn (70% acrylic/30% polyamide (nylon), 7 oz/200 g, 557 yd/510 m) - 1 skein in 4850 Patara Beach, or approximately 530 yd (484.5 m) in any light weight, self-striping yarn.
US Size G-6/4 mm crochet hook, or size needed to obtain gauge.
Bent-tip yarn needle.
This easy colorful scarf uses a simple variation on a basic crochet stitch - easy enough for a beginner. Stitch creates a pretty texture on BOTH sides of the project so you can wear it 2 ways! Pattern comes with a step-by-step video tutorial to help you be successful. Scarf is super soft and warm - you'll love crocheting, gifting and wearing it! You'll need a size L/8mm crochet hook along with 3 skeins of the yarn listed in the pattern.
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 and size, blocking, finishing techniques and more!
Today's free crochet pattern is the Devon Sideways Shawl and this beautiful shawl is a filet crochet pattern meaning that it just uses the double crochet stitch and the chain stitch. I designed a filet crochet blanket not long ago of broken chevrons and wanted to do that as a shawl but i got a bit carried away and in the end it didn’t end up as broken chevrons, it ended up as a double chevron but don't worry the broken chevrons is still on my list to do. This crochet pattern is very easy as it consists of working it row by row, flat and sideways and it works up super quick! This shawl only took me 4 days to complete and then a few extra days for blocking. Even though this pattern is a filet crochet pattern i still like to block my shawls as it gives it more of a crisper finish and it lays more flat.