{12} Crochet Scarf Patterns For Beginners

{12} Crochet Scarf Patterns For Beginners

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The scarf is an excellent place to start after you’ve learned the basics and have the hang of the hook. So I’ve searched the net to put together the easiest crochet scarf patterns for beginners that I could find.

Crocheting the same stitches multiple times can help you develop muscle memory quickly in your hands so that crocheting becomes a very natural feeling thing to you.

If you haven’t yet learned the basic stitches please check out

How to Crochet Step by Step

If you have learned your basic stitches then let’s take a look at some of the amazing crochet scarves you can make as a beginner! And also begin expanding on those stitches!

The Easiest Crochet Scarf Patterns

We’ll start off with this super simple scarf by Rescued Paws Designs. It’s designed specially with beginners in mind and only uses 2 stitches. Single crochet and half double crochet. By the end of this scarf you will have those stitches down!

And you’ll have a really pretty scarf to wear too! Fantastic crochet scarf pattern for beginners!

Fantastic Fall Crochet Scarf Pattern

This really easy crochet scarf works up quickly using a 15 mm/Q hook and super bulky yarn. Perfect for the beginner or an experienced crocheter that wants a very fast project! It’s designed by Unraveled Mitten

Super Fast Crochet Scarf

I admit I have a thing for Granny Squares and the granny square stitch. I LOVE it! So fast to work up! I’ll probably make a few of these this Christmas myself!

Girlie’s Crochet has a free crochet pattern for Granny Easy Scarf with photo tutorial in each step! That is really nice for a beginner! This is a beautiful scarf that appears complicated yet is really simple and easy to make!

Granny Stitch Scarf

Here’s a super simple scarf plan! It’s from Nati Crochet. A short and sweet tutorial is all you need to make this scarf. It’s made using the moss stitch. Very simple crochet stitch but the results are lovely!

Lacey Crochet Scarf Patterns

Now another favorite of mine to make! Lacey crochet scarves can be perfect crochet scarf patterns for beginners! I love the look of crochet lace anything! A lacey crochet scarf works really well for me because I get more use of it.

It’s hot in TN with mild winters so these lightweight scarves are perfect. And a bonus is they are typically easy and fast to make up!

First for a simple lacey crochet scarf pattern we have this one from ChristaCoDesign! This one is perfect for a summer project or you could use wool yarn and make it for fall.

Being a skinny scarf does make it extremely summer! Though you could add more rows so its’ too skinny for fall also!

This free crochet scarf pattern is easy and quick. It can add a stylish splash of color to your summer wardrobe.

Lacey Summer Scarf

Now for a Lacey Crochet Scarf pattern in a video! This lace scarf is made using basic crochet stitches – chains, single and double crochets. It is not as difficult as it might look! It’s designed and presented by Olga Poltava

And one more in video form!! This tutorial will show you how to crochet a pretty lace scarf which can be made in any size. This scarf is suitable for beginners. It comes from

Unique Crochet Scarf Patterns

Now for something different! Unique crochet stitches need not be difficult! They are just variations of the basic stitches you already know!

First, we have this super warm looking crochet scarf using the puff stitch. This pattern features an easy to follow photo tutorial. You are only using double crochet and puff stitches to achieve a soft, textured chunky scarf in this free crochet pattern. Designed by Raidy’s Crochet Corner.

It also has an excellent tutorial of the puff stitch itself!

Puff Stitch Chunky Scarf

If you looking for a quick and easy crochet scarf pattern you should try out this beginner-friendly free crochet scarf pattern! It uses the back loop only technique!

This gives such a great feel to a scarf and a different look. Though it’s super simple! It’s designed by Stitch In Progress.

Back Loop Only Scarf

This crochet scarf for beginners is a bit unique because it makes a more pointed end! It is made in a basic double crochet stitch from beginning to end, it includes simple increasing and decreasing stitches. Great way to learn a new crochet technique!

It’s designed by Crochet n’ Create.

Beginners Crochet Scarf with Pointed ends

Don’t forget my own design for the Vintage Stitch Lacey Scarf Pattern! It’s quick and only uses chains and single crochet stitches! Check it out!

Vintage Stitch Crochet Scarf

FREE Vintage Stitch Crochet Scarf Pattern

Crochet Cowl Patterns

Cowls are like scarves in that they go around the neck but are attached for a nice circle! These are great for people who constantly seem to be wrapping their scarves back around them!

No worries with these since they can’t fall off. They have become quite trendy over the years. They are simple to make just like scarves. Since they are worn the same way I thought I’d share a few of my favorite quick and easy crochet cowl patterns here!

First I want to show you The Spring Fringe Cowl! Love it! It is designed to be bright, light and colorful. Quick, easy and only one skein of yarn! It’s designed by Winding Road Crochet.

Very good instructions and even a chart of the stitch pattern is included. Really love that!

Spring Fringe Cowl

Next up is the SUPER EASY {almost} 30 Minute Cowl Crochet Pattern Video Tutorial! It’s designed and presented by Whistle and Ivy Modern Crochet. One of my favorite crochet designers!

A chunky and cozy ribbed cowl in just about 30 minutes? Yes, please!!!! Christmas presents done!

The Wide World of Crochet Patterns for Beginners!

I hope you’ve enjoyed this post and found some amazing things to make. Even though I’m not a beginner I still often make beginner patterns because they are so fast and simple. I tend to like the repetitiveness of them especially when I’m trying to learn a new stitch.

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