Modern crochet scarves offer a sense of warmth, comfort, and trendiness. What's not to love about these cozy neck wraps? Coming in the infinity, cowl, or traditional sort, these crochet scarves are sure to delight all tastes and work for all seasons. Try each pattern on for size, and see which scarf fits your modern style.
For a look with a lot of texture, this crochet cowl from Two Brothers Blankets has just that and so much more. With an easily-changeable length and thick width, this scarf guarantees warmth and comfort. This quirky cowl will be marveled at with its various stitch types, leaving you in awe of your wearable crafty work.
Loose and light, an open-knit crochet is perfect for warmer, breezier months atop a kimono-style top. Crochet this lovely pattern in any yarn color or weight for a variety of scarves to get you through each season. This scarf from Margo Knits is just the perfect width for maximum coverage and minimum discomfort.
Chunky scarves are cherished when the temperatures fall below freezing, so opt for a cute, crochet one. Lindsi Jensen's crochet circle scarf features a beautiful crochet pattern and a cozy quality unlike many other scarves. Sport this winter winner with a parka and furry boots for an outfit that is both wonderful and weather-appropriate.
For a simple but cool twist on a classic crochet, look to Kristi Verhage's braided-chain-scarf pattern for an easy and exquisite statement scarf. Using the chain-stitch technique, you can create three long individual scarves, sew them together, and then braid them into an infinity scarf. With a plain tee and comfy jeans, this scarf will stand out in the best possible way.
For a lovely lattice-like look, this crochet wrap makes you feel warm and helps you welcome the chillier weather in turn. For a luxurious take on this gorgeous piece, use alpaca yarn as suggested by Moogly's Tamara Kelley. Pair this wrap with a long-sleeved t-shirt dress and riding boots for a cute fall outfit worthy of pumpkin-spice lattes and promenading on leaf-lined paths.