Monday, October 23, 2017

Scarves

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Filigree Lace Scarf

If you're looking for a different kind of free crochet scarf pattern then you might like to try this Filigree Lace Scarf. Red Heart Boutique Filigree yarn is used and worked with a couple different crochet stitches. Filigree is a fun free form yarn you can really get creative with. Go outside your comfort zone and try something new you'll love the way this scarf looks.
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Simple Chiq Shell Stitch Scarf

Do you know how to crochet a shell stitch? If so, then you're all set to make the Simple Chiq Shell Stitch Scarf. A shell stitch is just as easy to learn as it is to make this scarf. Check out this great crochet scarf pattern to see how to do it.
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Queen Anne’s Lace Scarf

Pamper yourself with the Queen Anne's Lace Scarf. Victorian style lingers in this luscious lace pattern that looks perfect in a deep color. Create your own beautiful lace accessory to wear when you step out. You'll feel like royalty in this crochet scarf and it will have passersby bowing down to your highness. All you need is a hook and some yarn to make yourself royal or work it up as a gift to make one of your friends feel like a princess.
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Frills and Femme Scarf

Show off with the Frills and Femme Scarf. It's a flirty little number that will spice up your wardrobe. One of the neat things about this crochet scarf pattern is that it uses a netted yarn! Are you up to this easy challenge?
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Flirty Spring Scarf

Make a Flirty Spring Scarf for the warm season. This is a beautiful crochet scarf pattern you'll want to make right now! Use bright spring colors to uplift your mood. It uses a fun Starbella Yarn for a light and lacy feel.
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Christmas Spirit Scarf

Using this free crochet scarf pattern you can make your very own Christmas Spirit Scarf. Glitter yarn is sure to brighten your spirits during the holiday. This scarf will make a fabulous gift, especially if you add fringe to it.
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Autumn Harvest Scarf

Dress up your neck this fall with this beautiful Autumn Harvest Scarf. This is an easy crochet pattern to complete using worsted weight yarn. The finished scarf resembles falling autumn leaves, so it's truly the perfect accessory for any fall outfit. You'll love wrapping yourself up in this fashionable scarf as you step outside to enjoy the crisp autumn air.
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Berries in the Snow Scarf

With the help of our Facebook fans the name of this pattern came out to be Berries in the Snow Scarf. When following the crochet scarf pattern you'll see that it twists if you don't block it, resulting in a fun and unique scarf. This is an easy crochet pattern and great for the holiday season.
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Up and Down Stitch Scarf

If you've been on the hunt for a uniquely patterned and textured crochet scarf pattern, this pattern is for you. This lovely Up and Down Stitch Scarf is a simple scarf that alternates between two types of stitches, single crochet and post stitch, for a fun intersecting lines pattern. This scarf is also perfect if you've been looking for an interesting unisex scarf pattern. This can be made using any hook size and corresponding yarn. Continue alternating the stitches until you reach your desired length and enjoy the winter in your new toasty scarf.
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Corals Infinity Scarf

"One skein crochet infinity scarf."
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Vintage Ruffle Scarf

The black and red of this Vintage Ruffle Scarf give it a sort of Gothic feel, but you are welcome to use any colors you want. The ruffled look is made within the ribs of this crochet scarf pattern and help add some dimension to your fun accessory. Work up this crochet scarf for winter and spring when you want to add a little vintage style to your wardrobe. Just because it's time to be bundled up doesn't mean you can't still look fashionable.
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Stained Glass Scarf

Three ounces of Caron Simply Soft Brites are used in a variety of colors to produce this beautiful Stained Glass Scarf. When looking at this crocheted scarf pattern it reminds us of the stained glass windows in a church. Crochet colors like blue mint, lemonade and limelight will make you anxious to start working up this crochet design. Pastels and just about any other color combinations would look stunning, too. Although this looks like a tough pattern, fortunately, it's for advanced beginners, so just about anyone can crochet one.
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Hooded Scarf

Nevermind the model - this camouflage-patterned hooded scarf is perfect for a boy or man. This free easy crochet pattern will protect you from blustery fall winds.
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Extra Special Summer Lace Scarf

Get ready for the best accessory of the season with this Extra Special Summer Lace Scarf. If you've always wanted to crochet with lace but didn't know where to start, this is your chance. This crochet lace scarf is perfect for the warm weather when you want to wear a tank top but not feel too bare around the shoulders. Crochet lace is fun to use and creates an extra special project that is light, unique, and beautiful all in one. This crochet scarf project is also a good one to wear as fall is beginning as it's a light scarf that won't feel too weighty underneath a light fall jacket.
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Scarf Trio

Get three patterns and sets of crochet instructions in this Scarf Trio make a bobble scarf, a cabled scarf and a two tone scarf. Free crochet scarf patterns like this are so fun when you find a good deal! Suede yarn is used to they'll work up quickly.
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Convertible Coral Sea Scarf & Wrap

Wrap yourself up in a bright pop of color this winter with this super warm crochet wrap pattern. Worked up in plush, bulky yarn, this convertible crochet wrap pattern can easily be worn as a cowl, an infinity scarf or just as a wrap. It features a button closure to keep it in place. This coral wrap would be absolutely perfect to throw on when heading out, as it adds a pop of color to any autumn or winter-y outfit!
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Varsity Button Scarf

Show your school spirit with a Varsity Button Scarf! This crochet scarf pattern can be made in any colors, but we think it would work well as spirit wear for any school or sports team. Show off your pride with a stylish, cool crochet scarf pattern. This crochet infinity scarf is the perfect size to peek out of your jacket. Wear it out everywhere for warm, personalized style!
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Post and Shells Stitch

"I really enjoy not only learning new stitches, but also figuring out ways to combine different stitches together to create a unique and textured design... That is exactly what the Post and Shells Stitch is, a combination of shells and front post double crochets! This stitch looks great when featured in most crochet projects, such as hats, scarves and (especially) blankets! Even if you're a beginner, this is an easy stitch to master with just a bit of practise!"
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Crochet The Side Saddle Stitch

"The Side Saddle Stitch has such a distinctive texture and design to it, making cotton yarn the perfect fit. I only recently learned about this stitch myself, but I was excited to share it with you all as I'm sure you'll be just as eager to learn this stitch so you can use it when crocheting lovely scarves and unique afghans! If you're eager to learn how to crochet the "Side Saddle Stitch", this helpful video tutorial will guide you through all the necessary steps (in an easy to follow speed) as you continue on your ever-growing crochet journey!"
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Crochet The Granny Stripe Stitch

"Most crocheters learned their creative skills from the tutelage of their patient mothers and grandmothers. One of the first projects most crocheters will ever venture to attempt crocheting is the Granny Square! The Granny Square is a staple amongst all crocheters, but if you're anything like me, having to devote hours upon hours to crocheting seperate squares and then joining them together leaves me a bit disinterested. Due to this very reason I'm sure many of you share in my frustration, which is why I decided to share the Granny Stripe Stitch with you all! The Granny Stripe Stitch creates a classic and beautifully textured fabric, which is why I'm sure you'll be eager to use this stitch when crocheting cosy heirloom blankets (for all those future grandchildren) and adorable scarves!"