10 Free Scarf Patterns You Can Crochet As Gifts This Year!

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Crochet scarves make the perfect gifts! I have included 10 Free Scarf Pattern Links below for a variety of styles of scarves, infinity scarves and cowls. You can crochet these as quick gifts over a single weekend and some can even be made in a single evening. One-skein projects, stash buster projects and scarves for women and men have all been included. A few of these lovely designs even include free patterns for matching hats! Check out the collection below and be sure to pin your favorites on Pinterest to find later!

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10 Free Scarf Patterns

You Can Crochet As Gifts This Year!

Crochet Gifts - Scarves - 10 Free Patterns

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Wanderlust Scarf by Kirsten Holloway

Yarn: Worsted Weight
Hook: 5.5 mm (I)
Matching Hat Pattern: Wanderlust Beanie

WanderlustScarfEasyInfinityCowlPatternBeautifully crocheted and perfect for gift giving for both men and women.

City Windows Scarf by Kathy Lashley

Yarn: Aran Weight
Hook: 6.0 mm (J)


Another great textured scarf you can crochet and give as a gift for either men or women.

Opal Arrows Infinity Scarf by Tamara Kelly

Yarn: Aran Weight
Hook: 5.5 mm (I)


Light and lacy this pretty and feminine infinity scarf is a one skein project when you choose to crochet it with Lion Brand Shaw in a Ball Yarn.

Berry Cakes Infinity Scarf by Amy Ramnarine

Yarn: Aran Weight
Hook: 6 mm (J)


Crocheted in V-Stitch this pattern works up quickly and makes a great weekend project.

The Vintage Bloom Scarf by Kathy Lashley

Yarn: Aran Weight
Hook: 6 mm (J)


Beautifully light weight and lacy this scarf was crocheted using Premier Yarns Sweet Roll yarn.

Faerie Mist Hooded Scarf by Oombawka Design

Yarn: Aran Weight
Hook: 5 mm (H)

Faerie Mist Hooded Scarf Oombawka Design Crochet

The Faerie Mist Hooded Scarf is crocheted with a 5 mm (H) hook and 2 balls of Caron Cakes Yarn. This project is easy and only uses basic stitches: single crochet, half double crochet and double crochet. The placement of the stitches gives the scarf beautiful texture and softness.

Ombre Pocket Scarf by Sara Sach

Yarn: Worsted Weight
Hook: 5.5 mm (I)

Pocket Scarf

Wrap yourself into this pretty scarf and keep your hands warm too!

Elena Scarf by Rebecca Langford

Yarn: DK Weight
Hook: 5 mm (H)

Elena Scarf

A lightweight scarf with beautiful drape and a trendy fringe. A matching hat design is also available.

Sparkle Ruby Cowl by Kinga Erdem

Yarn: Aran Weight
Hook: 5.5 mm (I)

Sparkle Ruby Cowl

Bright and vibrant, the Sparkle Ruby Cowl is sure to make a statement. Pair it with the matching Sparkle Ruby Hat to make a great gift set.

10 Haula Cowl by Katy Petersen

Yarn: Worsted Weight
Hook: 5.5 mm (I)

Haula Cowl

This is a one skein project which is worked in one piece from the top down.

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  1. I made the Wunderlust Scarf only I added an additional repeat of the pattern to make it wider. I used a yarn with a pretty sheen to it in a teal color. I love it! Thanks for posting this pattern for free.