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Top 10 Fun And Unusual DIY Scarfs (Free Kniting and Crocheting Patterns)

Having a warm and cozy scarf is a necessary accessory during these winter months if you wish to remain healthy, but many may agree that conventional scarfs are not quite flattering or fit to wear for every occasion.

Those of us with a more playful nature may want a scarf with character, but those unique crocheted or knitted scarves are not always within our budget, no matter how beautiful may seem.

So, if you like knitting or crocheting, take out your needles and with these top 10 scarf patterns, you will have fun scarves in no time.

Remember, they also make an excellent Christmas present.

Super Easy Scarf Tutorial


Crochet patterns are no easier than this one to get! This is the most common of all the crochet scarf patterns you can choose from if you want to make a scarf. It is a simple way to make a scarf and to obey its directions, you don’t need extensive experience reading crochet patterns. There are no travel abbreviations, and there are plenty of tips to support you along the way.

Boyfriend Scarf


The topcoat that men wear with suits was what inspired the idea of knitting this men’s scarf. Usually, these coats don’t button up the whole way and need a scarf to keep the men warm. The scarf needs to be a “manly” scarf if you want to guarantee that your guy will wear it. And what could be more “manly” and a thermal-like stitch pattern than charcoal gray?

Fisherman’s Rib Scarf


This is a very easy tutorial for knitting beginners. It is an all-purpose scarf, very light and still very warm. Knit it out of wool and wear it anywhere you go. From shopping to hiking, you won’t need anything else, but this very scarf. It keeps you warm in the winter and warms you up on the cooler spring nights.

Honeycomb Summer Scarf


This plain knit scarf is ideal for wearing in warmer weather. Of course, it may also be used in the winter, but for spring and summer, the open stitch-work makes it ideal. This recalls a lot of the presence of honeycombs, hence the name Honeycombs Summer Scarf.

Ruffled Scarf


For beginners, this is the perfect knitting project. A beautiful ruffled scarf with a simple cast of six stitches is made of innovative and exclusive yarn. This yarn is very distinct from traditional yarn. Instead of a traditional single strand, this yarn is actually a woven yarn that features a touch of metal for an additional edge to your ruffled designs. And the scarf is simply incredible.

Infinity Scarf


If you have been wanting to make an infinity scarf during the holidays, get a circular needle set, and go-ahead to try it out. To get the best outcome, or at least more symmetrical, use all the same brand yarn. Now just wear it and feel beautiful!

Gorgeous Chunky Scarf


Cowls are a natural accessory for cold weather. Not only are they cute, but they keep you nice and cozy on those cold days as well. This is a style to wear loose during the warmer winter afternoons, yet to still be able to pull it up as the sun sets and the temperatures drop.

Mash Cowl Scarf


Thanks to the mesh texture, it is a good winter layer or perfect stand-alone cold climate spring scarf. The magenta color suits it perfectly. For those rainy days and chill mornings, it’s great. It adds just the right amount of warmth to encourage you to leave your jacket and go out with just a scarf on during the day.

Dewdrop Wrap Scarf


For any season – winter, spring, summer, or fall, the Dewdrop wrap is the perfect shawl! The mesh arches give the wrap a free, airy look while adding a romantic and feminine feel to the optional scalloped border. The best part is the quick repeat, so it’s much easier to crochet than you would imagine. The Dewdrop Wrap works well in every season thanks to the airy nature!

Globetrotter Shawl


Without added weight, this standout shawl is warm enough to keep out the cold! Using a superfine layer with a wool-blend finish creates an original fashion piece in whatever color inspires you. Wearing it every day makes a striking addition to every autumn wardrobe.

These were the patterns we chose for you. If you liked them, or they inspired you, let us know in the comments below.

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