When the fall season arrives, you might be in need of some free knitting patterns for scarves. We’ve got you covered! These scarves come in many different styles and they look great in all of the lovely fall colors as well. If you want to get a jump on your cold weather knitting and you're looking for a place to start, check out these patterns!
Wrap Your Neck in Fabulous Fall Colors
Climbing Vines Scarf
This scarf is knitted in a rich, warm red and has a pattern that resembles climbing vines. This simple scarf is the perfect accessory to wear while viewing fall leaves. This is also a simple pattern that anyone can try out. For more information, visit Universal Yarn.
Eats, Shoots, and Leaves Scarf
When it comes to free knitting patterns for scarves, nothing beats a close-knit bamboo stitch that’s sure to keep you warm in chilly winds. This thick, comfy scarf is just the thing for any fall outing you might be planning. For more information, visit M Squared Knits.
Golden Wheat Scarf
This free knitting pattern features a beautiful golden-colored yarn that would look great against any forest backdrop. The stitching even looks like wheat you find in a field on your way to an apple orchard this fall. For more information, visit Jimmy Beans Wool.
A “scarflet” is an adorable accessory you can wear when it’s cold, but not yet freezing. The pattern for this scarflet is inspired by a much more expensive Anthropologie item and can be customized in your favorite fall color. For more info and the pattern, visit Ravelry.
Reversible Herringbone Scarf
Here’s a manageable and customizable pattern that has a special perk to it: it’s reversible! The herringbone stitching on this scarf adds a lovely accent and you can easily adjust the pattern for various widths and sizes. For more information, visit The Neverending Yarn.
The Banter Cowl
Sometimes a scarf is slightly too bulky for your outfit. A cowl can be the perfect accessory to wear with a light jacket. The beautiful mustard yellow color on this cowl will surely fit in with the rest of your fall wardrobe. For more information, visit M Squared Knits.