Keep all the warmth inside with this Winter Hug Infinity Scarf. Scarves seem to be a big hit, whether they are for fashion or warmth. This huggable infinity scarf pattern combines a little bit of both by being comfy, cozy, and trendy all at once. The light pink color you can see is one that matches perfectly with subdued tones like white, black, or grey. Mix it up and make a bold colored one, too, or stick with the pretty in pink infinity scarf pattern that you can keep around for years.
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Charcoal Grey Infinity Scarf
Grey goes with everything, so you'll be able to wear this Charcoal Grey Infinity Scarf with any of your winter outfits this year. This particular crochet scarf pattern is has no beginning and no end, so it's designed to wrap around you and keep you extra cozy. Grey is a timeless color to use, but feel free to use any color worsted weight yarn to work up this crocheted scarf. This warm and stylish crochet scarf is great for girls of any age.
Berry Bliss Infinity Scarf
"If you love scarves the Berry Bliss Infinity is going to be a great addition to your winter accessories. You can wear it with your favorite winter coat, wear it to keep your neck warm, or just wear it as a fashion statement. The Berry Bliss Infinity combines basic stitches with bobbles to create a fun, textured infinity that you're going to love. Whether you use solid yarn or ombre, you're sure to make more than one."
Fall Colors Infinity Cowl
Fall fashion has such rich colors that mirror nature. This crochet pattern works up quickly using just one skein of yarn. While this infinity cowl can be made with any color of yarn, this one just looks beautiful in these gorgeous fall colors. This pattern is easy to follow as it consists of repeating row three until the desired length and joining at the end. Great crochet pattern for a beginner. Fall Fashion Within the last few years, there has been a surge in infinity cowls for fall and winter fashion. It seems that they are for sale in stores everywhere lately. Create your own style and make a unique scarf just the way you like it.
Big Sky Shawl
Life is often hard, and even the clearest skies have clouds sometimes. And as crocheters, we can make it better. One way is by making prayer or comfort shawls for those who need an extra hug, and to feel our love. The Big Sky Shawl was designed with this idea in mind - while maintaining a sense of style. The Big Sky Shawl is made with Lion Brand Homespun, a favorite yarn for those crafting for others. It's warm, soft, and the yarn creates the texture - which means simple stitches shine. And the Big Sky Shawl does indeed use simple stitches, so almost anyone can make this easy crochet prayer shawl pattern! The colors I used for the Big Sky Shawl are Montana Sky and Clouds - appropriate, no? Streaks of gray cut through the blue sky, but there is more blue than gray, to remind us of the bright times to come. The shaping creates a triangular shawl that's more V shaped than anything, with corners that wrap easily around the shoulders to stay in place. And it doesn't just help the person you give it to - it helps you too! Studies have shown time and again how crocheting improves our mental health, making this an excellent way to help others while you help yourself. You can wear the Big Sky shawl across the shoulders as a standard shawl, or wrapped around the neck with the point in front - either way, the optional tassels on the points help keep it where you put it. It's only 20 rows long (plus a couple rounds for the border), so you can whip one up in a just a few evenings.
Pretty Pink Trillium Scarf
Think scarves can only be worn during the cold weather months? Think again. With the Pretty Pink Trillium Scarf, you'll want to wear a crochet scarf year-round. The lightweight lace-like design is comprised of many geometric designs in pink and white, giving this pattern a complex and attention-getting look. With its fingering weight yarn, you can also be assured that you can stay comfortable while wearing this scarf in warmer temperatures. Drape the crochet scarf around your shoulders or keep it tied loosely around your neck; the choice is yours, and either way you're sure to make a fashion statement.