Fall probably isn’t the common answer to the famous What’s your favorite season? question, but I bet there are plenty of you out there who adore this special time between summer holidays and white winter. And if you still aren’t entirely convinced about the autumn charm, I suggest you take a look at our selection of Perfect Fall Crochet Scarves for beginners. Beautiful, aren’t they? I’m sure you can’t wait to wear them for a walk in the park now! Get to work on the exciting projects under the links below, and don’t forget to follow us on our Facebook Page and Pinterest in order to discover more creative ideas!
1. Diversion Scarf
- Designed by: Dedri Uys
The diversion scarf is perfect for adding colors to your look. It will be an accent item in classic or monochrome outfits or an excellent add-on to a bright and modern set. Learn how to make it with a free crochet scarf pattern. It’s easy to memorize and fun to work with.
Photos by Dedri Uys / Ravelry.com
2. Ribbed Infinity Scarf
- Designed by: Jessica Underwood
Make a stylish crochet infinity scarf with a free pattern by Jessica Underwood. It utilizes basic stitches — chain and half double stitch — so this project is easily affordable for beginners. Such a laconic design of the scarf makes it a versatile piece for any outfit.
Photos by Jessica Underwood / Ravelry.com
3. Colourful Striped Scarf
- Designed by: Claire Harding
This colorful crochet scarf will cheer you up even on the nastiest day when it’s windy, rainy, and gray outside. You can easily combine it from the yarn leftovers and use that skeins in the best way. The striped scarf pattern is free, so put it on your shortlist.
Photos by Claire Harding / Ravelry.com
4. Sapphire Mountain Scarf
- Designed by: Rachel Rae Crochet
Even from the picture, you see how cozy this scarf is. Choose a woolen blend yarn, and you’ll feel all the softness and coziness. It has a reversible design and looks beautiful on both sides. Learn how to make this texture with the free crochet scarf pattern. Enjoy!
Photos by Rachel Rae Crochet / Ravelry.com
Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.
5. Totally Textured Scarf
- Designed by: Erangi Udeshika
I assure you, you’ll enjoy working on this project and creating the texture for your warm scarf. This free crochet scarf pattern combines various stitches and techniques to achieve a beautiful result. You will learn mini bean stitches and be impressed with how easy and fast you manage with them.
Photos by Erangi Udeshika / Ravelry.com
6. Diagonal Drifts 3 Color Scarf
- Designed by: Kim Guzman
Look at the photo attentively, and you’ll see that this scarf has a different texture on each side. This free crochet scarf pattern promotes no cutting off yarn with each color change, and you’ll define how to do it. The post stitches give it a unique puffy texture for extra warmth. Happy crocheting!
Photos by Kim Guzman / Ravelry.com
7. Easy Self Striping Scarf
- Designed by: Gina Michele
Grab your large hook, bulky yarn, and this free crochet scarf pattern, and in a while, you’ll have a cozy scarf for chilly days. This is an easy and relaxing project. You’ll enjoy the time spent on it. The total length is 60 inches. And add lovely tassels for a better look.
Photos by Gina Michele / Ravelry.com
8. Bridle Path Scarf
- Designed by: Janine Mudge | Capital Crochet
I like long, voluminous scarves because I feel like they hug me and protect me from cold weather. Thanks to the bulky yarn, it works very fast. The instructions for this free crochet scarf pattern allow you to customize the length and width. So take it and make it!
Photos by Janine Mudge / Ravelry.com
9. Suzette Colour Block Scarf
- Designed by: Sweet Bee Crochet
Bright colors are on fashion tops this year, and adding some to your wardrobe is a good idea. You can start with colorful accessories. For example, take this free crochet scarf pattern and make it in a color block technique. This can also be a wonderful stash-busting project when you use skeins of yarn you already have.
Photos by Sweet Bee Crochet / Ravelry.com
10. Skill Builder Scarf
- Designed by: Ashley Jane McIntyre
This free crochet scarf pattern is a fundamental skills builder! It works in sections and uses various stitches and techniques to create the garment. But don’t worry, there is a stitch guide, and this project will bring you a lot of fun.
Photos by Ashley Jane McIntyre / Ravelry.com
11. Tidal Wave Scarf
- Designed by: Josie Anderson
I’m in love with this crochet scarf texture! How do you like it? The free pattern combines mini puff stitch and double crochet stitches to get a wavy design. It looks good in multicolor variation, but I suppose it will be perfect in monochrome too. What do you think?
Photos by Josie Anderson / Ravelry.com
12. Ginkgo Leaf Scarf
- Designed by: Fiber Flux / Jennifer Dickerson
Ginkgo is a Chinese tree with yellow flowers and fun-shaped leaves, just like on this scarf. You can make one for yourself with a free crochet pattern. It uses simple stitches — single, treble, and chain — and comes with a free video tutorial. Any problem! Enjoy!
Photos by Fiber Flux / Jennifer Dickerson / Ravelry.com
13. Simple Cozy Scarf
- Designed by: Svetlana Kochkina
Here is a wonderful beginner-friendly project for those who want to practice a chain and half double crochet stitches. The pattern includes written instruction, a diagram, and even a video tutorial. Enjoy! Take this free scarf crochet pattern and make this accessory for your stylish Fall outfit.
Photos by Svetlana Kochkina / Ravelry.com
Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.
14. Velvet Plaid Scarf
- Designed by: Daisy Farm Crafts
Velvet scarves are so cozy and soft! Make one for yourself with this free crochet pattern. It is an excellent chance to practice in gingham stitch technique. How do you like this plaid scarf?
Photos by Daisy Farm Crafts / Ravelry.com
15. Desert Winds Triangle Scarf
- Designed by: Jess Coppom
Colder evenings and days ahead should not worry you, if you have in your closet Desert Winds Triangle Scarf. This lovely design is simple and easy to make, as it uses only basic stitches. It works up fast, and will be a great present for a birthday or upcoming Christmas.
Photos by Make & Do Crew / Ravelry.com
16. Ragged Falls Scarf
- Designed by: Sincerely Pam
Here’s another pretty scarf perfect for those of you at the beginning of your crochet adventure. This one is more on a chunky side, so it will keep you even warmer during golden fall afternoons. Don’t you just love these large fluffy tassels?
Photos by Sincerely Pam / Ravelry.com
17. Brave at Heart Crochet Scarf
- Designed by: Ashley Parker
This incredible, gender-neutral crochet scarf will look great on you and you can easily make one for your dad or boyfriend, the colors are so fun and perfect for fall! It’s a great last minute gift, that looks great in multiple colours or in a solid colour,
Photos by Ashley Parker / Ravelry.com
18. Chunky Rainbow Pom Scarf
- Designed by: Nadia Fuad
Colorful shawls are the best way to brighten up gloomy and grey autumn days, don’t you think? Just take a look at this incredible crochet shawl in the pictures below, isn’t it absolutely lovely? And the pompons? How adorable! This shawl will surely get you through winter with smile on your face!
Photos by YARNutopia / Ravelry.com
19. Diagonal Ripple Scarf
- Designed by: Jennifer Renaud
Blue scarves are simply timeless and will look great no matter what. That’s the case with this beautiful crochet scarf in the pictures below, made by Jennifer Renaud. It’s also made using the c2c technique, so if you’re comfortable working with it, give it a go, you won’t regret it!
Photos by Jennifer Renaud / Ravelry.com
20. Granny Stripe Scarf
- Designed by Burgundy and Blush
This beautiful crochet scarf in the pictures below was made by Burgundy and Blush. It’s a quick and easy scarf pattern, that’s using a using a beginner friendly variation of the granny stripe stitch, perfect for autumn winter. It will look lovely on you!
PHOTOS by Burgundy and Blush / ravelry.com
21. Granny Shawl Tutorial
- Designed by thepatchworkheart
This beautiful granny shawl in the pictures below was made by thepatchworkheart and it’s the most fantastic mosaic of colors, don’t you think? It’s basically made using half granny squares joined with join as you go on the last round.
PHOTOS by thepatchworkheart / Instagram.com
22. Faded Stripe Infinity Scarf
- Designed by Megan Meyer
This amazing crochet scarf in the pictures below is the work by Megan Meyer and you can wear this fantastic shawl all fall and winter long, because it’s warm, chunky and so flattering! What’s more, it’s made with hand dyed yarn with a gradual stripe fade. So beautiful!
PHOTOS by Megan Meyer / ravelry.com
23. Big Bargello
- DESIGNED by Yarnspirations Design Studio
This chunky, big scarf in the pictures below is certainly going to make a statement, don’t you think? It’s simply divine and so colorful! Grey, gloomy days don’t seem to scary now! It’s made using simple blocks and double crochet. This one is surely going on your list!
PHOTOS by Yarnspirations Design Studio / Ravelry.com
24. Keep Cozy Chunky Scarf
- DESIGNED by Sweet Bee Crochet
A chunky, warm crochet scarf is a must – have for every fall and winter season. If you want to add a new and super soft piece to your collection, you have to check out this piece by Sweet Bee Crochet in the pictures below. It’s super fast to make and looks lovely!
PHOTOS by Sweet Bee Crochet / Ravelry.com
25. Color Pop Super Scarf
- DESIGNED by Alexandra Tavel
If you want to make a scarf that’s super bulky and feels luxurious on your shoulders, this chunky piece by Alexandra Tavel in the pictures below is going to be the perfect one! Drape it over your shoulders and add an extra layer or warmth and elegance to your outfit. What’s more, it’s really fast to make!
PHOTOS by Alexandra Tavel / Ravelry.com
26. Bonfire Scarf
- DESIGNED by The Turtle Trunk
While it’s hot outside, you have a great opportunity to get ready for the cold fall evenings with this awesome crochet scarf! It’s beginner friendly and can be made in a variety of sizes. The pattern uses a simple two stripe repeat, making this project perfect for the adventurous beginner. Start crocheting right away with the free pattern!
PHOTOS by The Turtle Trunk / Ravelry.com
27. Earth-Mother Scarf
- DESIGNED by Kelly Baum-Sehon
This beautiful design is inspired by the mythology of ancient civilizations where Mother Earth was one of the most important figures. For this project, gauge is crucial, so we recommend you take your time and be careful to achieve an ideal result. The pattern is free for a limited time and suitable for intermediate crocheters. Get started today!
PHOTOS by Expression Fiber Arts / Ravelry.com
28. Crochet Scarf No. 1
- DESIGNED by Cleo Malone
If you’re looking for a super cozy accessory for the upcoming fall, look no further. This super bulky crochet scarf is a must for all crafters. Its voluminous texture and soft yarn make it perfect for the cold, windy days ahead. The project is easy to complete, and you won’t even notice the time going by. The step-by-step free crochet pattern is easy to follow.
PHOTOS by Cleo Malone / Ravelry.com
Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.
29. Cyclone Scarf Long Wrap
- DESIGNED by Lindsey Roe
Ultra-long crochet scarf to wrap up in the fall and winter. This handmade scarf is over ninety inches long, so you can be sure you won’t catch the flu no matter what the weather. Plus, it’s made with wool yarn, so it’s an extremely warm piece. This project is great for all crocheters, so don’t hesitate. The easy-to-follow free crochet pattern is waiting for you.
PHOTOS by Lindsey Roe / Ravelry.com