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Winter Wonderland Crochet Scarf Pattern

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The Winter Wonderland Crochet Scarf Pattern - this free and easy crochet pattern is perfect to keep you warm and cozy on those cold winter days.Winter Wonderland Crochet Scarf Pattern

If you’re looking for a fun crochet project with a little bit of variety but something that won’t take you weeks to complete, this scarf pattern is for you.

Using a combination of double crochet, single crochet, and my beloved Elizabeth stitch, this scarf unites shades and textures. It’s quickly become one of my favorite crochet patterns. If you love the Elizabeth Stitch too, you may want to check out my Fingerless Gloves Pattern as well as my Elizabeth Stitch Hat.

Since this scarf is so easy to make, you’ll find yourself making them in different colors to coordinate with multiple outfits. They also make an amazing gift and with Christmas around the corner, you’ll want to make one for everyone in the family.

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Winter Wonderland Crochet Scarf Pattern

SKILL LEVEL: EASY

MATERIALS:

Hook: U.S. L/8.00mm

Yarn: Size 5 Chunky Yarn in 3 colors – color A x 2 balls, color B x 2 balls, color C x 1 ball – I used Red Heart Soft Essentials (131 yds) in White, Light Grey and Dark Grey.

Darning Needle & Scissors

ABBREVIATIONS:

  • st = stitch
  • ch = chain
  • sc = single crochet
  • dc = double crochet

SPECIAL STITCH:

Elizabeth Stitch see tutorial here

Insert your hook into next stitch, pull up a loop, yarn over, back into the same stitch and pull up another loop, yarn over and pull through all four loops on the hook. ch 1.

FINISHED SIZE: 80” x 8” (not including fringe)

PATTERN:

Chain 204,

ROW 1: COLOR A, Start by making your first dc in the 4th ch from the hook, dc in every stitch across the row, turn.

ROW 2: COLOR B, Ch 3, starting under the ch3, add the Elizabeth Stitch to every other stitch across row ending with the last Elizabeth Stitch in the turning chain. Turn.

ROW 3: Ch 3, starting under the ch3, add the Elizabeth Stitch to every other stitch across row ending with the last Elizabeth Stitch in the turning chain. Turn.

ROW 4: Ch 3, starting under the ch3, add the Elizabeth Stitch to every other stitch across row ending with the last Elizabeth Stitch in the turning chain. Turn.

ROW 5: COLOR A, Ch3, starting in the first st under the ch3, dc in every stitch across the row ending with a cd in the turning chain, turn.

ROW 6. COLOR C, Ch1, starting in the st under the turning chain, sc in each stitch across the row, turn.

ROW 7: COLOR A, Ch3, starting in the first st under the ch3, dc in every stitch across the row ending with a cd in the turning chain, turn.

ROW 8: COLOR B, Ch 3, starting under the ch3, add the Elizabeth Stitch to every other stitch across row ending with the last Elizabeth Stitch in the turning chain. Turn.

ROW 9: Ch 3, starting under the ch3, add the Elizabeth Stitch to every other stitch across row ending with the last Elizabeth Stitch in the turning chain. Turn.

ROW 10: Ch 3, starting under the ch3, add the Elizabeth Stitch to every other stitch across row ending with the last Elizabeth Stitch in the turning chain. Turn.

ROW 11: COLOR A, Ch3, starting in the first st under the ch3, dc in every stitch across the row ending with a cd in the turning ch, turn.

ROW 12. COLOR C, Ch1, starting in the st under the turning chain, sc in each stitch across the row, turn.

ROW 13: COLOR A, Ch3, starting in the first st under the ch3, dc in every stitch across the row ending with a cd in the turning ch, turn.

ROW 14: COLOR B, Ch 3, starting under the ch3, add the Elizabeth Stitch to every other stitch across row ending with the last Elizabeth Stitch in the turning chain. Turn.

ROW 15: Ch 3, starting under the ch3, add the Elizabeth Stitch to every other stitch across row ending with the last Elizabeth Stitch in the turning chain. Turn.

ROW 16: Ch 3, starting under the ch3, add the Elizabeth Stitch to every other stitch across row ending with the last Elizabeth Stitch in the turning chain. Turn.

ROW 17: COLOR A, Ch3, starting in the first st under the ch3, dc in every stitch across the row ending with a cd in the turning ch, turn.

Cut the yarn, weave in ends.

FINISHING

Add Fringe

Cut yarn in 13” strands. Fold the strands of yarn for one fringe in half, forming a loop at one end. Match the cut ends of the yarn on the other end. Take your hook and draw the loop through the stitch that you’re attaching the fringe to. Draw the loose ends of the yarn through the loop. This step creates the knot. Holding the top of the fringe in one hand, pull gently on the fringe ends with your other hand, tightening the knot until it’s secure. To finish, trim the ends of the fringe so that they’re even.

Click here to purchase an ad-free printable PDF of this pattern for your convenience. This PDF pattern also provides you with a bonus crochet tips and tricks pdf and a link to the pattern stitch video.

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Cross-Over Stitch Infinity Scarf Crochet Pattern

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This Cross-Over Stitch Infinity Scarf is the perfect thing to keep you warm this winter. It also makes a perfect gift for a special someone this Christmas.Cross-Over Block Stitch Infinity Scarf Crochet Pattern

Winter has come early to Victoria, British Columbia where I live. Most years we’re lucky to not see any snow but this year, it arrived on the second day of November. Now, to be honest, it didn’t stick around for long but it definitely was a shock to the system.

As soon as I felt that cold Arctic air, I knew it was time to start working a new crochet scarf. My original idea was to use a block stitch but as soon as I started working on the scarf, I knew it was a little bit too boring of a stitch for what I was after. After fooling around with a few ideas I came up with this much more interesting cross-over block stitch pattern.

The cross-over block stitch has a lovely texture and look to it and could be used for blankets, washcloths, bags, hats and more. I’m really pleased how this infinity scarf pattern turned out and I’ve decided it’s going to make the perfect gift for a special someone this Christmas.

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Cross-Over Block Stitch Infinity Scarf Crochet Pattern

NOTES: Pattern in U.S. crochet terminology

SKILL LEVEL: Easy

MATERIALS:

ABBREVIATIONS:

  • st = stitch
  • ch = chain
  • sl = slip stitch
  • sc = single crochet
  • dc = double crochet

NOTES:

Cross-Over Block Stitch – to see my video tutorial of the cross-over click HERE

FINISHED SIZE:  9” x 26” (when seamed together)

PATTERN:

Start by chaining 33 + 2.

ROW 1: Insert your hook into the 5th chain from the hook, dc in each chain until the end of the row. Turn.

ROW 2: Ch3, then in between the 3rd and 4th dc (the dc under the ch DOES NOT count as the 1st dc), do 1sc, ch2, *skip 3 dc and do 1sc, ch2 between the dc from the previous row * rep until the end of the row, ending with a sc in the last dc. Turn.

ROW 3: Ch3, 2dc into the ch space below, plus 1dc crossed-over to the sc at the bottom of the turning ch. *2dc into the next ch space, plus 1dc crossed back over (to the right) into the sc from the previous row*. Rep until the end of the row ending with an additional dc in the last ch space (no cross-over). Turn.

ROWS 4 – ONWARDS: Repeat rows 2-3 until your scarf reaches 52” in length.

FINISHING:

Once the scarf is long enough, fold over so that the back side of the pattern is facing outwards. Seam the two ends of the scarf together. Turn the scarf the right side around.

 

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Chunky Triangle Scarf Crochet Pattern

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This chunky triangle scarf crochet pattern is easy to make. It's quick and easy to make and the colors can be customized to anything that you want.Chunky Triangle Scarf Crochet Pattern

I have a confession.  We’re on that level, right?

I love scarfs. In fact, I’m a self-professed scarf fanatic. I have tons of them, all in different fabrics, colors, and patterns.

But you know what?  I didn’t have one like this, and I feel like one can never have too many scarves.

They’re the perfect accessory, and whenever I wear one, I know it means the ushering in of the fall season.

This scarf is so cozy, warm, and easy to make. The fringe gives it a little bit of a western vibe, which I love, and the colors can be customized to anything that you want.

The thick yarn size ensures that this comes together quickly, so no excuses!  It’s craft season, and this is a great choice to satisfy your crafty vibes.

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CHUNKY TRIANGLE SCARF PATTERN

NOTE: Pattern in U.S. crochet terminology

SKILL LEVEL: EASY

MATERIALS:

  • Hook: U.S. P/11.5mm
  • Two sizes of yarn –  1 skein (110 yds) of size 5 bulky yarn and 1 skein (110 yds) of size 4 Worsted Weight (Loops & Threads Charisma in Charcoal, and Red Heart Soft in Charcoal used in photos)
  • 1” or larger button
  • Darning Needle & Scissors

ABBREVIATIONS:

  • st = stitch
  • ch = chain
  • sl = slip stitch
  • hdc = half double crochet
  • ch-sp = chain space

FINISHED SIZE:  19’’ tall x 26’’ wide (across the top)

GAUGE:  3 cl stitches = 2’’  3 rows = 2’’

PATTERN:

Ch  5,  leaving a minimum 6” tail. Place a stitch marker in the 2nd chain.

ROW 1: Hdc in the 1st chain (5th from the hook).

ROW 2: Ch 3, turn, (hdc, ch 1) into the ch-sp below, hdc in the same chain as you put the stitch marker. Remove stitch marker.

ROW 3: Ch 3, turn, (hdc, ch 1) into the ch-sp below, continue across row, ending with a hdc in the 2nd ch from the ch 3 turning chain from the previous row.

ROW 4 – 24: Repeat row 3.

ROW 25: Ch 3, skip the 1st ch-sp and (hdc, ch 1) into the next ch-spaces across the row, ending with an hdc in the 2nd ch from the ch 3 turning chain from the previous row. Break yarn, weave in ends.

Add Fringe

Cut yarn (holding both strands of yarn weights together) in 13” strands. Fold the strands of yarn for one fringe in half, forming a loop at one end. Match the cut ends of the yarn on the other end. Take your hook and draw the loop through the stitch that you’re attaching the fringe to. Draw the loose ends of the yarn through the loop. This step creates the knot. Holding the top of the fringe in one hand, pull gently on the fringe ends with your other hand, tightening the knot until it’s secure. To finish, trim the ends of the fringe so that they’re even.

Add Button

Sew the button to the top corner tip,  opposite the side with the large gap between your hdc’s (your buttonhole).

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Big Button Puffy Cowl Crochet Pattern

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Big Button Puffy Cowl Crochet Pattern

Winter is coming. That means it’s time to hunker down with hot cocoa, movies, and plenty of blankets.  And I, for one, couldn’t be more excited!

Cold weather months help us slow down naturally, not only because of the holidays but also because it’s too chilly to even want to do much.  

Still, life goes on and as much as we might like to huddle beneath our duvets and hibernate, sometimes we do have to venture out.

And it’s on those days that you’ll want to break out this big button puffy cowl.

Keep it cozy with this super warm cowl.  Wear it alone or pair it with your favorite winter coat for those extra chilly mornings.  It’s easy to make and the thick yarn makes this crochet up very quickly.  

Plus, it buttons so you don’t have to worry about it slipping off.  

With one of these in your arsenal, chilly mornings will be no match for you.

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BIG BUTTON PUFFY COWL CROCHET PATTERN

NOTE: Pattern in U.S. crochet terminology

SKILL LEVEL: EASY

MATERIALS:

  • Hook: U.S. P/11.5mm
  • Bulky Size 5 Yarn – 2 skeins, approx. 130 yds (Loops & Threads Cozy Wool in Stone used in photos)
  • 1 large 1.5’’ button
  • Darning Needle & Scissors

ABBREVIATIONS:

  • st = stitch
  • ch = chain
  • sl = slip stitch
  • sc = single crochet
  • dc = double crochet

FINISHED SIZE:  10” wide x 36” long

PATTERN:

Make a slip knot and chain 24.

ROW 1: 2dc in the 3rd ch from the hook, *skip 2 ch [1  sc,  2  dc] in the next ch,  repeat from * across row, sc in the last stitch, ch 3 turn.

ROW 2: 2dc in the first st, *skip 2 sts [1 sc, 2 dc] in the next st, repeat from * across row, sc in the last stitch, ch 3 turn.

ROWS  3 – 48:  Repeat row 2 (finished cowl should measure approx 36” in length).

Break yarn, weave in ends.

FINISH: Sew on your buttons. Two small buttons on one side, 1 large button on the outside.

Click here to purchase an ad-free PDF of this pattern for your convenience. This PDF pattern also provides you with a bonus crochet tips and tricks pdf.

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