This collection of beautiful crocheted scarves will help you stay warm and stylish all year round! Eight must-have patterns include:
Zigzag Scarf by Judith Swartz: Quick and easy ripple scarf, great for using up scraps of yarn.
Off the Grid Scarf by Marilyn Murphy: One scarf, multiple ways of wearing it. Add embellishments at the end or in between the "woven" strips of crochet.
Biker Chick Scarves by Sara Tobias: Perfect for beginners, these scarves will have you crocheting in no time.
Sweet Lorraine Lace Scarf by Doris Chan: Simple strawberry-patterned lace can be worked in any size yarn on any size hook for a look that's totally your own.
Float Away by Kim Werker: This simple wavy scarf has added ring embellishments for a little sass.
Mermaid Scarf by Sandi Wiseheart: A sweetly rippling motif lends some frothy beauty to this intermediate-level scarf.
Crocus Scarf by Laura Rintala: An easy silk scarf makes for a perfect transition piece from winter to spring, even into summer!
Big Lacy Scarf: Simple doesn't begin to describe it—worked in chubby yarn on a large hook, this pretty, frilly scarf will be done before you know it.
PDF Updated 8/5/2010
Off the Grid Scarf:
Row 3: Ch 6 (counts as dc, ch 3) sk first st, dc in next sc, *ch 3, sk 3 ch, dc in next sc; rep from * to end, turn.