Beautiful Lacy Crochet Scarves

Beautiful Lacy Crochet Scarves
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This year try something different and make lacy crochet scarves your statement accessory! These versatile creations will compliment any outfit.

If you are a beginner, don’t worry! There are plenty of patterns that are suitable for those of you, who has just started out. Lacy designs work up fast, so you will be able to make them even in a day or two! Make a lovely gift for yourself or someone you love. Take a look at examples below to check the current trends and search for links to free patterns under the pictures.

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Ridge Oversized Scarf

This scarf won’t let you feel cold this upcoming fall and winter time. It’s in fact a fashion statement! You can be pretty sure it will look beautiful with a simple coat and a dress, or a pair or jeans. What’s more, you can easily make it longer or shorter.

  • DESIGNED by: Ashley Lillis
  • PROJECT TYPE: shawl
  • CRAFT: crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL: intermediate

Ridge Oversized Scarf photo by Ashley Lillis / ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on ashleylillis.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

Stonehaven Chunky Scarf

This beautiful chunky scarf will be your savior this upcoming winter time! It is super soft and warm, so you will feel really comfy while wearing it. The finished size of this scarf is 6” w by 65” long. The best part is of course that it works up super fast!

  • DESIGNED by: Jessica Underwood
  • PROJECT TYPE: shawl
  • CRAFT: crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL: intermediate

Stonehaven Chunky Scarf

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photo by Jessica Underwood / ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on stitching-together.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.


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Minty Meadows Fringe Cowl

Fall colors doesn’t have to be boring and earthy at all! This beautiful minty shawl will make you feel a little bit like it’s still Sumer, however it’s soft  and cosy, so it will keep you warm. It’s finished off with fabulous fringes that give the whole project a little bit of a modern look.

  • DESIGNED by: Fiber Flux / Jennifer Dickerson
  • PROJECT TYPE: shawl
  • CRAFT: crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL: intermediate

Minty Meadows Fringe Cowl photo by Fiber Flux / Jennifer Dickerson / ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on fiberfluxblog.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

Four Seasons Scarf

Who said that scarves have to be worn only on fall and winter time? This project is the best example, that it doesn’t have to be that way! This lovely scarf is light, breathable, yet warm, so it will keep you cosy even on colder days. Great for summer parties, fall festivals and everyday wear!

  • DESIGNED by: Elizabeth Mareno
  • PROJECT TYPE: shawl
  • CRAFT: crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL: intermediate

Four Seasons Scarf

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photo by Elizabeth Mareno / ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on bizzycrochet.blogspot.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.


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Blue Shimmer Lace Scarf Free Crochet Pattern

Blue scarfs go well with most stylizations and are really flattering as well as feminine. This beautiful scarf is very universal – you can wear it in many different ways and on different weather conditions. Easy to make, beginner friendly.

  • DESIGNED by: Olga Poltava
  • PROJECT TYPE: scarf
  • CRAFT: crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL: upper beginner

Blue Shimmer Lace Scarf Free Crochet Pattern

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The full YouTube tutorial is here. More info on raverly can be found here.

Lily Lace Cowl Free Crochet Pattern

This beautiful, striped cowl is amazingly detailed with this beautiful, feminine design, that makes the whole pattern light and breathable. If you’re a beginner, I highly encourage you to try this pattern – it works up very fast and it’s really forgiving!

  • DESIGNED by: Mariana Muller
  • PROJECT TYPE: scarf
  • CRAFT: crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL: upper beginner

Lily Lace Cowl Free Crochet Pattern


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The full article and the free pattern can be found on raverly here.

Stormy Seas Scarf Free Crochet Pattern

This amazing lacy scarf is actually quite easy to make, and will be fantastic addition to your spring wardrobe. It’s elegant and delicate – perfect for many occasions. Pair it with evening dresses or style it with jeans.

  • DESIGNED by: Dorian Owen
  • PROJECT TYPE: scarf
  • CRAFT: crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL: upper beginner

Stormy Seas Scarf Free Crochet Pattern

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Go to the pattern:

Stormy Seas Scarf, more info here.

Biscotti Scarf Free Crochet Pattern

This lovely scarf is a project for all makers, who like timeless design and elegant accessories. It is worked side to side and features beautiful combination of lacy crochet stitches. Handmade scarf like this looks amazing when made with ombre yarn, because it gives another dimension to it. Accessory like this will be a lovely gift for your mum, sister or wife. The full article with the link to the free pattern is below. 

  • DESIGNED by: Maria Bittner
  • PROJECT TYPE: scarf
  • CRAFT: crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL: upper beginner

Go to the pattern:

Biscotti Scarf, more info here.

Meraki Scarf

This beautiful scarf in the pictures below is simple, but really stunning, so you will love how minimalistic and comfy it is. The best part about such neutral scarves is that you can wear them with any outfit and they will look fantastic! You can use any type of yarn for this project.

  • DESIGNED by Colleen O’Neill
  • PROJECT TYPE crochet scarf
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL beginner

Meraki Scarf PHOTOS by Colleen O’Neill / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on Ravelry.

Take It Easy Scarf

Do you feel like wearing more colors? I mean, it’s spring after all, so let’s celebrate it with some cool shades, right? This lovely scarf in the pictures below is a relaxing and simple to make project, that features a chunky lace texture, that’s made up of the most basic, beginner friendly stitches.

  • DESIGNED by Fiber Flux / Jennifer Dickerson
  • PROJECT TYPE crochet scarf
  • CRAFT crochet
  • SKILL LEVEL beginner

Take It Easy Scarf PHOTOS by Fiber Flux / Jennifer Dickerson / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on fiberflux.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

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