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Scarf, Shawl, and Neck Warmer Patterns

Updated on June 2, 2011

Wrap Up With These Great Patterns

You can use scarves, shawls, and neck warmers to keep warm on chilly days and accessorize your wardrobe. These patterns are sure to earn the wearer compliments and ward off the cold.

Lens Updated: 3/19/11

SunRays NeckWarmer
SunRays NeckWarmer

SunRays NeckWarmer- Crochet Pattern

designed by Akua Lezli Hope

From Akua Lezli Hope:

Frames your face as petals frame a flower. Season spanning neck décor. One skein wonder, great for gift giving, self affirming, stash busting.

SunRays NeckWarmer Pattern- $4.50

This pattern requires a Ravelry account to view.

Blue Rose Shawl
Blue Rose Shawl

Blue Rose Shawl- Loom Knitting Pattern

designed by Renee Van Hoy

From Renee Van Hoy:

I have been studying the needle knit patterns in the "Walker's Treasury of Knitting" and trying to convert them to the loom. This pattern is an accurate loom version of the traditional "Feather and Fan" pattern, and it makes a beautiful shawl or small lap afghan.

This pattern is for a loom knit wrap or small lapghan. A loom with at least 62 pegs in a 1/2 inch gauge is needed. It is made in the Feather and Fan stitch pattern I created for loom knitting.

Free Blue Rose Shawl Pattern

This pattern requires a Ravelry account to view.

Warm Capelet
Warm Capelet

Warm Capelet- Knit Pattern

designed by Mariah Giles of Bella Amore Knits

From Mariah Giles:

A simple and quick knit guaranteed to bring more requests for one of their own! The capelet is made with one skein of bulky yarn and large needles so you can make more than one! Shaped with short rows but still easy enough for a beginner to intermediate beginner.

Warm Capelet Pattern- $4

This pattern requires a Ravelry account to view.

Snaaake! - Red Tail Boa
Snaaake! - Red Tail Boa

Snaaake! - Red Tail Boa- Knit Pattern

designed by Tabitha Rose

From the Tabitha Rose:

This pattern is all colorwork. It assumes you can use your own judgement to switch between intarsia and stranded as you see fit. Since its going to be seamed up, no one will see your floats, so however you want to work it, will work just fine!

Pattern gives directions on how to make your snake a toy, a draft stopper, or a scarf.

Snaaake! - Red Tail Boa Pattern- $3.50

An eBook of 4 snake patterns is also available for $10.

This pattern requires a Ravelry account to view.

Maylea
Maylea

Maylea- Knit Pattern

designed by Melissa Hahn

From Melissa Hahn:

A beautiful, reversible cabled scarf with a unique lace edging that tapers the cables to an end. Warm and yet elegant.

Constructed in 2 halves and then grafted at the middle. Pattern also includes a non-graftable option, where the scarf is knitted in one piece, with a seed stitch edging.

Maylea Pattern- $4.50

You will need a Ravelry account to view this pattern.

Miss Maddy's Capelet
Miss Maddy's Capelet

Miss Maddy's Capelet- Loom Knitting Pattern

designed by Renee Van Hoy

From Renee Van Hoy:

This loomed capelet has a Victorian feel to it. The eyelet lace pattern gives it a pretty elegance, yet it sits and drapes nicely around the shoulders of a denim jacket. Size can be easily adjusted to the shoulders by adding more or fewer rows, making it a lovely gift pattern. The finished size here is about 9 inches long, and 68 inches wide measuring the bottom edge.

This capelet is made on a knitting loom in a 1/2 in gauge with at least 27 pegs.

Miss Maddy's Capelet

Scarf and Shawl Pattern Books

Utilitarian Faroese Shawl
Utilitarian Faroese Shawl

Utilitarian Faroese Shawl- Knit Pattern

designed by Melissa Hahn

From Melissa Hahn:

I live on a working farm and sometimes i need to step out for a min. During the cold/chilly months, I wanted something to grab and put on for just a step outside and to wear around the house cuz im ALWAYS cold. I didn't want to mess with shawl pins or having to keep putting this thing on my shoulders right. And I would be working around the house/farm in this and lace was NOT an option….So I made this….. Faroese Shawl. I practically live in this thing during the winter/cold months!!

Utilitarian Faroese Shawl Pattern- $2.50

You will need a Ravelry account to view this pattern.

Spring's Beginning Scarf
Spring's Beginning Scarf

Spring's Beginning Scarf- Knit Pattern

designed by Dragonwing Arts

From Dragonwing Arts:

This scarf is made up of four different leaf motifs worked from the center outward beginning with a provisional cast on and ending with a knitted on edging. Any fingering or lace weight yarn can be used, and it looks gorgeous in hand dyed yarns!

Spring's Beginning Scarf- $5

You will need a Ravelry account to view this pattern.

Spring Thaw Shawl
Spring Thaw Shawl

Spring Thaw Shawl- Knit Pattern

designed by Cheri McEwen

From Cheri McEwen:

Spring Thaw is a top down triangle with a slightly sloped top edge. It can be blocked straight if preferred and looks good in just about any weight yarn.

The pattern has written and charted instructions for the body and easy shawl edging, and includes charts and suggestions for two optional, intermediate edgings. The shawl can be knit to any size depending on the number of repeats used in the main body section. The charts are set up in landscape, so try to print them out in the landscape option to make sure you have the entire chart. If printed in portrait, you may miss the first few stitches on later rows of the chart.

It has been designed with the bead knitter in mind, so there are many built in spots for those wanting to use beads.

Free Spring Thaw Shawl Pattern

You will need a Ravelry account to view this pattern.

Fantasm
Fantasm

Fantasm- Crochet Pattern

designed by Cheri McEwen

From Cheri McEwen:

Fantasm is a top down crochet shawl. It can be made in any weight yarn with appropriate hooks. Pattern is charted with written descriptions for three optional edges. Pictures are provided with 2 of the options.

Free Fantasm Pattern

You will need a Ravelry account to view this pattern.

Schönen Herbst Möbius Scarf
Schönen Herbst Möbius Scarf

Schönen Herbst Möbius Scarf- Crochet Pattern

designed by Lindsey Stephens

From Lindsey Stephens:

The möbius strip has inspired mathematicians and artists with its enigmatic curve. Now you can turn it into a crocheted fashion piece with the Schönen Herbst (BeautifulAutumn) Möbius Scarf. The scarf fits over your head and sits around your neck to keep you warm without unwanted bulk. The delightful textured surface is made with only basic single crochet, half double crochet, and double crochet stitches. No one will suspect how easy and quick it was to make this elegant project.

Schönen Herbst Möbius Scarf Pattern- $3.95

Child's X's and O's Scarf
Child's X's and O's Scarf

Child's X's and O's Scarf- Crochet Pattern

designed by Shelby Allaho

From Shelby Allaho:

It is a fun project that utilizes simple stitches in an effective way, to create a cheerful scarf that will brighten any child’s day.

Child's X's and O's Scarf Pattern- $4

Peacock Track Scarf
Peacock Track Scarf

Peacock Track Scarf- Crochet Pattern

designed by Charles Voth Designs

From Charles Voth Designs:

This pattern consists of two medallion strips up either side of the scarf with a lace inset panel connecting them. The lace inset can be widened to taste, or more medallion strips can be made and joined as you go.

Peacock Track Scarf Pattern- $5

Which is your favorite pattern?

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      Kimberly Schimmel, MLS 3 years ago from Greensboro, NC

      I love the Faroese shawl.

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      Gayle Dowell 5 years ago from Kansas

      Great selection of patterns, just in time for winter! Blessed.

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      CanAnybodySing 6 years ago

      Good selection of patterns :)

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      lesliesinclair 6 years ago

      Sun Rays Neck Warmer is tops with me! Outstanding patterns. Thanks

    • bames24 lm profile image

      bames24 lm 6 years ago

      I love the capelet... I shall try that this year... :)

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      nightbear lm 6 years ago

      very nice variety of patterns. great job. this lens is blessed and featured on my angel lensography

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      Mary 6 years ago from Chicago area

      the Spring's Beginning pattern is very pretty with the shades of green (my fave color) -- excellent collection!

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      kt_glasses 6 years ago

      Maylea- Knit Pattern is my favorite, since it looks so simple but smart.

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      Sandy Mertens 6 years ago from Frozen Tundra

      These shawls all look nice. I feel like I need to get back to crocheting.

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      tssfacts 6 years ago

      I really like wearing scarves. I haven't tried my hand at neck warmers or capelet they look really interesting and would like to do some of them.

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      Kirsti A. Dyer 6 years ago from Northern California

      Thanks for including the "How to Knit a Scarf Lens." You have a great collection of lenses.