Best Crochet Scarf Patterns for Any Season

When the weather outside is frightfully cold, what you really need are some darling crochet scarf patterns to warm things up!

Whether you are looking for a crochet Winter scarf pattern with bulky yarn to keep you warm or a simple crochet scarf pattern that will work for every season, you’re sure to find a pattern that will suit your fancy. Best of all, you don’t need to be an experienced crocheter for all these patterns, I even included some beginner crochet projects that you can try.

Most of these patterns use a variety of basic crochet stitches, so make sure that you know how to work a single crochet stitch, double crochet stitch, and slip stitch (sl st). Since these great patterns won’t take a long time to complete, your cute crochet scarf pattern is just a few steps away!


A blue ribbed scarf curled in a circle.
Easy Crochet Scarf for Beginners

If you are looking for more patterns for beginners, you will love making this beginner crochet scarf pattern! This pattern uses a few very basic crochet stitches for beginner crocheters so it’s a great learning piece that will result in a simply stunning project. You can also quickly turn this into a crochet infinity scarf pattern by stitching the ends together.

A green wavy crochet scarf pattern

 Marjorie Scarf

This gorgeous textured scarf by Mamachee is so fun and it looks like it would absolutely keep you warm in the cold weather. Personally, I love the bright color green the designer chose for this pattern, but no matter what color you choose, it would be a great addition to your scarf collection.

A crochet scarf with large chunks of color, the bottom of the scarf being dark blue, with a layer of white above it, a small layer of gey, and then a band of yellow in the middle of the two sides.

 Waffle Stitch Scarf

This super scarf by Sweetly Versatile is a quick gift to work up and can easily be made as long or as short as needed. This is the perfect project if you want to customize your scarf to all your favorite colors.


A light blue textured scarf.

 Rowan Scarf

This textured crochet scarf pattern by Smiley Goose is absolutely adorable. I really like the tassels along the bottom of the scarf, it makes the end of this scarf not look like an abrupt cut-off. So fun!


An airy scarf with purple, blue, and pink ombre of colors.

 Tonnta Lightweight Scarf

This lightweight, airy scarf pattern by My Crochetory is perfect for Spring and Summer festivals! It would be a great option for an airy shawl as well. I just really love the lacy texture and the variegated yarn on this beautiful scarf!

A scarf with a variety of bright colors, including pink, purple, blue, and orange.

 BrenLeigh Scarf

This scarf is going to be an essential pop of color in your wardrobe! This pattern by Avery Lane Creations has some simply gorgeous texture that’s going to make you want to crochet a variety of matching pieces.

A blue infinity scarf

 Infinity Scarf

This gorgeous infinity scarf crochet pattern is by Green Mountian Crochet and with its simple design, it will perfectly match any outfit you pair it with, especially if you go with a neutral color.

A chunk scarf made out of white yarn.

 Graham Scarf

Who doesn’t love chunky scarves? This gorgeous modern ribbed scarf pattern by M Madison Marie is absolutely going to keep you warm this winter. With its simple design, this oversized scarf will make a beautiful gift that would fit anyone’s aesthetic.

A white crochet infinity scarf.

 Chunky Infinity Scarf

This gorgeous chunky infinity scarf pattern by Kathy’s Crochet Closet is the perfect cozy scarf for the Winter. I love the white yarn for this pattern as the scarf will go with any outfit you pair it with, but, of course, it would look beautiful in other colors as well!

A thin, airy scarf with a lot of chain spaces.

 You’ve Got a Friend Scarf

The airy, bouncy texture of this all-season scarf by CJ Brady Designs is made to be worked up with different yarn weights to make your scarf warmer or cooler based on what you need, making this perfect pattern.

A crochet bobble scarf with a fur circle at the bottom.

 Chunky Bobble Scarf

The bold design of this bobble scarf by Spotted Horse Design Co is so cute. If you had a boring outfit you wanted to add a little flair to, this pattern is going to give you all the drama you need.

A color-blocked crochet infinity scarf.

 One More Chapter Infinity Scarf

If you’ve been trying to figure out how to take simple scarves up a notch, this beautiful pattern by Woods and Wool Shop

A adjustable keyhole scarf pattern with brown, dark blue, and white yarn.

 Keyhole Scarf

This adjustable keyhole scarf pattern by LES by Ruby Baby is absolutely ready to steal the show! I really love the oversized tassel at the bottom. So fun!

A granny stitch scarf with white, orange, blue, green, and yellow yarn.

 Fall for Granny Scarf

Look at all the gorgeous yarn colors on this lovely scarf by Island Style Crochet. This is the perfect beginner project for any crocheters who want to learn how to make a cute scarf while only knowing beginner stitches. I also love the chain style fringe! So fun!

A crochet scarf with a checkered design which includes white, blue, and red yarn.

 Truly Plaidly Deeply Infinity Scarf

This gorgeous checkered design is ready to steal your heart. Lulee’s Crochet scarf pattern is perfect for cool weather, especially when you just want a touch of elegance.

A triangle crochet scarf with have using orange yarn and half using pink yarn.

Lewis Wrap

This modern crochet triangle scarf pattern by Hazel Bea is the perfect stylish accessory that will put your crochet skills to good use. I am a big fan of this pink and orange color combination as well, definitely makes it more of a statement piece.

A skinny scarf with cable stitches in a varigated yarn.

Celtic Diamonds Braided Cable Scarf

This skinny scarf by Rebecca’s Stylings is a gorgeous handmade scarf pattern that will fit nicely with any of your outfits. Plus, it’s a perfect scarf to bring on your cold-weather trip since it would fit well in a carry-on.

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