Cool crisp weather is on the way and before you know it we will be pulling out our scarves from last year. This simple accessory is easy to make and always fits no matter what size is written on your label. To kick start the season, I have rounded up over 100+ free scarf patterns to get you inspired.
100+ Free Scarf Patterns
This list is pretty AWESOME! I never realized that there were so many varieties.
1. Bow Scarf – (pictured)
2. Cat Scarf – (pictured)
3. Claw Mitten Scarf – perfect for the little devils in our lives!
4. Cozy Flannel
5. Foxy – great for any age!
6. Hoodie Scarf– So stinkin’ cute!
7. Pom Pom Cowl – super quick
8. Scarf Bib
10. Fleece Fringe
11. Fluffy Fringe
12. Loopy Scarf
13. Love Song – fantastic idea
14. No Sew Fringe
15. Pom Pom Fringe
16. Rainbow Tassel – (pictured)
17. Running Stitch – this would make a fantastic gift
18. Simple Scarf– I love the lace detail.
19. Stamped Chevron
20. Tassel Scarf
22. Basic Infinity
23. Bow Stripe
24. Braided Infinity– crazy cute (pictured)
25. Cate’s Cowl– I need to make this ASAP!
26. City Cowl
27. Double Braid Infinity– (pictured)
28. Faux Fur – So soft! This would be great for kids.
29. Hood Tube – This is really cute! (pictured)
30. Leather Wrapped
32. Linen & Lace
33. No Sew Infinity– love the look of this.
34. No Sew Infinity 2 – Transform any scarf into an infinity
35. Patricia Infinity – (pictured)
36. Sequin Infinity
37. Tie Dye– Includes video
38. Braided Edge
40. Bubble Scarf
41. Buttoned Up Cowl
42. Circle Scarf– Is it a scarf or a wrap? You decide. (pictured)
43. Faux Fur– with bonus gloves. (pictured)
44. Long Knit Scarf
45. Lucet Scarf– No Sew
47. Pocket Scarf
48. Pom Pom Scarf– you will not believe how they created them.
49. Random Shirring– this has my teenager written all over it!
50. Raw Edge– love the layered look.
51. Scoodie – Hood Scarf
52. Spring Scarf – Easy to make!
53. Stencil Scarf – This technique can be used to jazz up any scarf.
54. Floral Patchwork
55. Happy Scrappy Scarf– Love how fun this one is!
56. Patchwork Scarf
58. Stamped Scarf
59. Winter Scarf – This is a great gift idea to make with smaller scraps.
60. Anthropologie Scarf – just gorgeous! (pictured)
63. Easy Peasy– seriously easy!
65. Knit Ruffle
66. Lace – can be made by hand
67. Layered Ruffle– I can picture this made in an ombre.
68. Mama Ruffle
69. Quick Cascade
70. Ruffled Infinity
71. Ruffle Flower
72. Saturday Morning Scarf – perfect for fleece
73. Simple Scarf
74. Smocked Scarf– (pictured)
75. Button Up Cowl– Love how chunky this is! (pictured)
76. Cut Up Scarf
77. Endless Scarf
78. Katniss Cowl– so cool
79. Loop Scarf
80. Pieced T Shirt
81. Pillowcase Scarf
82. Plaid Neck Wrap – I need one of these.
83. Recycled Braid – (pictured)
85. Scarf Necklace
86. Shirt Scarf -You might remember this baby from Project Runway.
87. Stripe Fringe
88. Sonji Infinity
89. Sweater Infinity
90. T Shirt with Applique – (pictured)
91. 30 Minute Arm Knit Scarf– check out the video (pictured)
92. Arm Knit Cowl (free video with Anne Weil)
94. Crochet Scarf
95. Loom Scarf
97. No Knit Scarf
98. Camera Scarf
99. Dog Scarf
100. Kimono Wrap Scarf– great for the summer
101. Scarf Cardigan Child Size | Adult Size
102. Scarf Shawl– I AM making this! (pictured)
103. Wrap Cardigan
104. Hanging Scarf Organizer – Keep all your new scarves looking fresh and wrinkle free with this easy make closet organizer.
Don’t have time to look at each one? No worries, PIN IT for later!
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Comments & Reviews
Nancy Zieman says
Heather, thank you for including my cascading scarf, #69 on your list. I’ve pinned several of your suggestions. Thanks for the great blog.
Thank you for stopping by Nancy! Your scarf is a wonderful addition to the collection.
I have tried to download the scarves but have had no luck. Why cant it download
I am not sure which scarf pattern you are trying to download and having trouble with. Each link will take you directly to the instructions. Let me know if there is a specific one that you are having trouble with and maybe I can try to help resolve.
Angel Peterson says
Thanks you for including a couple of my scarves #40 the bubble scarf and #45 the lucet scarf. So many great ideas – I’m pinning a few now. =)
I want to make them all!
Love the scarf third from the left on the top row, but can’t find it in the list . . . do you know which one it is? Thanks!!! LOVE them all!
That is one of my favorites Jessie! It is #91 with an added button tab.
Thank you so much! Can’t wait to make one . . . LOVE IT!
These are all great patterns for lovely scarves!
Thank you for stopping by the Thoughtful Spot Weekly Blog Hop this week. We hope to see you drop by our neck of the woods next week!
Lisa Barth says
Which one is the one pictured bottom row on the right?