This crochet bandana scarf pattern uses the moss stitch. It can be made in 3 different weights of yarn and the fringe detail can be left off if desired.
Make this fun and festive crochet Valentine’s Day Cowl. This pattern will keep your interest with the color changes and the stitches that are used. Customize this cowl by using any color combination of a DK or a Worsted weight yarn. This is a simple repeat pattern for a crochet neck warmer.
This crochet keyhole scarf is a free pattern that uses the Y stitch to add some nice fabric detail at each end of the scarf. This is a nice neck warmer that can be made using a worsted or bulky weight yarn.
If you like cowls then this crochet bobble stitch cowl is for you! It has a unique beautiful shape along with some amazing textured stitches. This pattern can also be made in 3 different weights of yarn!
Do you love a super chunky crochet cowl?? Then try out this free crochet pattern that uses the spider stitch to make a warm neck warmer.
This pattern is a fun festive crochet cowl. It uses a variation of the crochet wave stitch. Any color combination would be great for this.
This free crochet pattern is a unique ribbed cowl design. The edging includes fun points that uses bobbles and picot stitches.
A is a fun, easy and free crochet bandana cowl pattern. The triangle bandana is worked first and then the fun cowl section is worked last. Use 2 colors of a DK light worsted weight yarn to make this scarf.
This is a beautifully textured crochet cowl pattern. The 2×2 basketweave stitch is what gives this cowl its amazing texture. This isn’t your typical crochet basketweave stitch pattern though. This basketweave cowl has a slightly looser stitch pattern to it. It is not as dense of a stitch. This looser basketweave stitch gets created by…
This is an easy ruffle scarf crochet pattern that is a perfect one skein project. Use 1 hank of a hand dyed fingering weight yarn to create this stunning and fun scarf. Make this an a child or adult size.