Round-ups

Crochet Scarf Pattern Round-up

Most beginner crocheters start with easy and simple flat projects, such as scarf. This type of garment comes in variety of designs with density ranging from very thick to lacy.¬†Similar to other projects, of course plenty of patience are required in making and creating this type of item. Cowls, also known as infinity scarf, is also a wonderful project to work on. I know, Indonesia does not have extreme weather requiring us to constantly wear scarves, but who says that we cannot create something lacy and airy and light to wear in and around Jakarta?! NO ONE. So, start making some! ūüôā¬†Below are some of ¬†awesome patterns of crocheted scarf I found during my excessive surfing within the world wide web.¬†Same rule — as usual: read disclaimer.

Disclaimer: All stitch pattern link¬†goes to¬†respective source. All photographs are courtesy of each respective writer. I only use ONE image per tutorial which will be linked directly towards their¬†websites. I hope I have credited them all properly. Should there be any objections, please contact me directly and personally. Please do not cyber-bash people here — it’s¬†not elegant.¬†

Island Lace Scarf

by Jennifer Dickerson from fiberfluxblog.com

Maureen Scarf

by Lisa Cox

Shell N Chains Scarf

by Erangi of Crochet For You

Unilintu Scarf

by Luminen via Ravelry

Mosaic Scarf

by Lanas de Ana

Pull Through Adjustable Scarf

by Krista of Rescued Paw

Chevron Infinity Scarf

by Dandelion Daze

Broomstick Lace Infinity Scarf

by Brittany of BHooked Crochet

Pineapple Peacock Shawl

by Universal Yarn

Zeppelin Scarf

by Universal Yarn

Seraphina’s Shawl

by Doni’s Stuff via Ravelry

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