On Fridays, I share a link blast on G+, Twitter and Facebook to get you excited about crocheting all weekend! In keeping with the #FlashbackFriday meme, I’m sharing patterns were first released last year.
Today, I’m sharing a roundup of 15 free crochet patterns for lacy scarves. These projects are great for the early fall when it isn’t too cold out, or as accent scarves year round. All photos are used with permission of the respective designer.
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Tweedy Pineapples Scarf (photo 5), free crochet pattern by @UCrafter (that’s me!): This bulky yet lacy scarf is perfect for not-too-cold weather. For a tweedy effect, use one strand in each of two contrasting colors of a light weight yarn. Or, highlight the stitch pattern with two strands of the same color or by substituting one strand of a bulky weight yarn.
Lace-y Trellis Infinity Scarf (photo 12), free crochet pattern by Jennifer Uribe: This scarf is made with a beautiful trellis stitch. Since it is crocheted in rows and then seamed together, you can choose to wear it as a standard scarf or a circle/infinity scarf.
Waves Scarf (photo 10), free crochet pattern by @CrochetKim: This scarf uses a broomstick lace drop stitch crochet hybrid to create the beautiful stitch pattern, and includes a video tutorial. Read my interview with Kim here!
Lacy Summer Scarf (photo 7), free crochet pattern by @ELKStudio_: This pattern uses a larger hook with a light weight yarn to create a fine drape and lacy look. It’s crocheted flat so you can wear it as a regular scarf or join it as an infinity scarf. The pattern links to the Dahlia Flower, a free crochet pattern with a photo and video tutorial by @Myhobbyiscroche.
Mulberry Scarf (photo 9), free crochet pattern by @fiberflux: This pattern is a one-skein project in Lion Brand Homespun. It’s a variation on the free Mulberry Shawl pattern, and both patterns include video tutorials. Read my interview with Jennifer here!
Starstuff Cowl, free crochet pattern by @mooglyblog: This is a one-skein project using the Glittery Crochet Star pattern to form a dramatic lacy cowl. You can also choose not to seam the project at the end and make a regular scarf. Read my interview with Tamara here!