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In this crochet scarf patterns roundup you will find a scarf for every wardrobe, and every season.

Winter is coming to a close, but I still reach for my scarf when I head outside. Here in Southern Oklahoma, the winter weather varies. Some weeks it will hover around freezing with a light drizzle all day. On a day like that I need a thick, bulky scarf to keep that damp cold from seeping through the top of my jacket. Other weeks it will be mildly chilly with a little sunshine. This is when I ditch the jacket for a sweater, and swap the bulky scarf for a lighter, lacier scarf. Regardless, it’s still scarf season in my neighborhood!

This roundup holds a little bit of every fashion type.

Do you need a big, bulky, extra warm scarf? It’s in there! Do you want to make a scarf to transition into Spring? It’s in here, too. Browse through these 24 crochet scarf patterns, and find your next crochet scarf pattern.

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A huge thank you to my friends over at the Crochetpreneur Business Academy (CBA). Every design in this roundup comes from a designer enrolled at CBA. What is CBA? It is an online course and community filled with crochet business owners. We cheer each other on, and bounce business ideas off each other. Pam Grice – Made With A Twist – is our fearless leader, and cheerleader.

If you’re a lone crochet business entrepreneur (maker or designer), we would love to have you along. Find out more from this free webinar, and get your name on the waitlist!

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  1. Thank you. I love the pattern round ups. It introduces me to new designers. I think it’s wonderful to see designers that support each other like this.

    1. You’re welcome! I’m glad you found a few patterns that you want to make — especially to use up some yarn stash!

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