Scarf/Cowl

Beachy Sands Cowl – Free Crochet Pattern Make this Beachy Sands Cowl in your favorite chunky variegated yarn! Quick and fun to work up with this pattern stitch.   Find Rhondda’s Scarf Here!  Find Amy’s Scarf Here!  Find Beachy Sands Cowl On Ravelry! Share The Love And Please Favorite! SKILL LEVEL: Easy/Intermediate Basic stitches, simple shaping and finishing. Concentration required for first few rows – once pattern is established easy to work up.. MATERIALS: Yarns: Funky Stripes Chunky  1 x 100 g (approx 133 m / 145 yards) Hooks & Notions: Hook 5.00 mm (Clover) Yarn needle Abbreviations: CH – chain SL ST – slip stitch SC –Read More →

Rainbow V-Stitch Scarf – Free Crochet Pattern This Rainbow V-Stitch Scarf is quick to work up with the popular V-stitch pattern. Perfect for a quick special gift or to donate for charity. Designed for the American Crochet – Crafting A Rainbow Of Hope  Find Rainbow V-Stitch Scarf On Ravelry! Share The Love And Please Favorite! SKILL LEVEL: Easy Basic stitches, simple shaping and finishing. MATERIALS: Yarns: 1 Ball Funky Stripes Chunky (100 g) approx 133 m / 145 yards Hooks & Notions: Hook 4.50 mm (clover) Yarn needle Abbreviations: CH – chain SC – single crochet DC – double crochet Size: approx 68 inches in length INSTRUCTIONS: This pattern stitch is workedRead More →

Turning Seasons Scarflet – Free Crochet Pattern This Turning Seasons Scarflet reminds me of when the seasons are starting to change from hot to cold! Just perfect for the start of the cooler weather. Find Turning Seasons Scarflet On Ravelry! Share The Love And Please Favorite! SKILL LEVEL: Intermediate Basic stitches, simple shaping and finishing, but concentration required for increasing pattern stitches. MATERIALS: Yarns: Btrx Yarns – Delighted by Merino (sock – 100% Superwash Merino) in 2  x 50 g colors (variegated and grey) and 3 x 20 g colors (red; blue and yellow) Hooks & Notions: Hook 3, 25 mm (Clover) Yarn needle Abbreviations: CH – chain SL STRead More →

Mixed Berries Anyway Cowl – Free Crochet Pattern This Mixed Berries Anyway Cowl was inspired by the beautiful 50% Baby Alpaca / 50% Merino DK, Gradient dyed yarn. This gorgeous yarn was hand-dyed by Beatrix Snyman and I purchased it from Btrix Yarns. (Only available in South Africa)   Find Rhondda’s Scarf Here!  Find Amy’s Scarf Here!  Find Mixed Berries Anyway Cowl On Ravelry! Share The Love And Please Favorite! SKILL LEVEL: Intermediate Basic stitches, simple shaping and finishing, but concentration required for pattern. MATERIALS: Yarns: 50% Baby Alpaca / 50% Merino DK, Gradient dyed yarn – 2 x 50 g Hooks & Notions: Hook 4. 50 mmRead More →

Dropped Spirit Knit Scarf – Free Knitting Pattern This Dropped Spirit Knit scarf is made with the ‘drop stitch’ and the lovely Turtle Scheepjes Spirit Yarn! Find Dropped Spirit Knit Scarf On Ravelry! Share The Love And Please Favorite! SKILL LEVEL: Intermediate Project Basic stitches, simple shaping and finishing. MATERIALS: Yarns: Scheepjes Spirit – Turtle (308) Fiber Content: 56% Cotton x 46% Acrylic Width Needle size 2: 4 mm Weight Ball weight: 50 gram Length Length: 210 meter NOTE: I used half a ball for this scarf – because I made it for my daughter! (approx 25 grams) Needles & Notions: Needles  4.00 mm Yarn needle Abbreviations: K – knitRead More →

Make Me Proud Infinity Scarf – Free Crochet Pattern This Make Me Proud Infinity Scarf was inspired by the beautiful hand-dyed colors of the merino sock yarn that I used. This gorgeous yarn was hand-dyed by Beatrix Snyman and I purchased it from Btrix Yarns. (Only available in South Africa) Find Rhondda’s Scarf Here! Find Amy’s Scarf Here! Find Make Me Proud Infinity Scarf On Ravelry! Share The Love And Please Favorite! SKILL LEVEL: Intermediate Basic stitches, simple shaping and finishing, but concentration required for pattern. MATERIALS: Yarns: Sockweight / 4-ply (19-22 wpi) 1 x 100 g variegated skein – Make Me Proud Hooks & Notions: Hook 3,Read More →

Fan Stitch Cake Roll Scarf – Free Crochet Pattern The Fan Stitch Cake Roll Scarf is easy to crochet and was also done with only leftover worsted weight yarn. The reason by the fun name is because when the scarf is rolled up it looks just like the yarn cake rolls that are so popular! Find Rhondda’s Scarf Here! Find Amy’s Scarf Here! Find Fan Stitch Cake Roll Scarf On Ravelry! Share The Love And Please Favorite! SKILL LEVEL: Easy Basic stitches, simple shaping and finishing. MATERIALS: Yarns: Double knitting / medium worsted (No 4) yarn approx 100yards (maybe less depending on tension and length) of eachRead More →