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27 Fashion Knitted Scarf Ideas

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During the coming winter and autumn, remember to protect your neck! With these beautiful patterns, wearing a knitted scarf won’t be a boring must, but you’ll look stylish! Check out these patterns and create your favorite Fashion Scarf!

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1. Bondurant Limited Time Free Knitting Pattern

  • Designed by Monica Wesley

Take a chance and download this knitted scarf pattern while it’s free. The project is affordable for adventurous beginners. The pattern includes instructions for knitting a scarf and cowl, so you’ll get 2-in-1 if you won’t miss the opportunity. But it is worth some money, be sure.

knitted scarf free pattern

PHOTOS by Expression Fiber Arts / Ravelry.com

Find the original free for a limited time pattern on expressionfiberarts.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

2. The Silly Goose Scarf

  • Designed by Chic and Regal Knits

The lacy design of this knitted scarf looks like a professional make, but the pattern is free and beginner-friendly! You can easily adjust the length and make it as long as you like. Choose the lightweight cashmere yarn, which will warm you up perfectly.

lacy scarf free knitting pattern

PHOTOS by Chic and Regal Knits / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

3. Bulky Lace Scarf

  • Designed by Susan Frick

Bulky scarves are incredibly cozy, but when it is bulky plus lacy… How could it be? It becomes super stylish! And here is a free pattern for such a bulky lace knitted scarf. It will fit all your autumn outfits perfectly! Just choose your favorite color.

knitted lacy scarf free pattern

PHOTOS by Susan Frick / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on aboxoftwine.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

4. Landscapes Scarf

  • Designed by Gina Michele

Sometimes we need simple projects to rest and fresh our minds. Good, when the garment will be useful and nice. Perfect, when you’ll love it and wear it every day because it cheers you up. Like this colorful and cozy knitted scarf with a free pattern. Add it to your relaxing list, and enjoy!

scarf free knitting pattern

PHOTOS by Gina Michele / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on gina-michele.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

5. One Row Lace Scarf

If you’re a fan of colourful and original styles, you’ll love this scarf. This One Row Lace Scarf is a beautiful combination of colours that will cheer up even a rainy day! Choose your favourite colours and start today! I’m sure you’ll be amazed!

free knitting pattern: Fashion Scarf

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You will find this free pattern here.

6. ZigZag Lace Scarf

This ZigZag Lace Scarf is a great solution if you don’t like too warm and thick things, because it is thin, but at the same time it has a protective function. What’s more, it looks really stylish, don’t you think? I really love it!

free knitting pattern: Fashion Scarf

You will find this pattern here.

7. Noro Scarf

Do you love simplicity and elegance? That’s perfect, because this Noro Scarf will meet your expectations. Just take a look at this beautiful minimalist pattern. Here you see colorful versions, but if you prefer create it in subdued colors to make it universal.

free knitting pattern: Fashion Scarf

You will find this free pattern here.

8. Lagoa

Unusual vivid color combinations are something I like because it is different and original. And when we add an unusual pattern, something wonderful comes out – this Lagoa scarf. Even if you put basic jacket, the outfit will be amazing with this scarf!

free knitting pattern: Fashion Scarf

You will find this free pattern here.

9. Hillflowers Scarf

This Hillflowers Scarf has something special about it. It is in vintage style, which is timeless and has its own charm. It looks like a scarf made by my dear grandmother, so I smile under my nose when I look at it. Isn’t it wonderful?

free knitting pattern: Fashion Scarf

You will find this pattern here.

10. Gradient Scarf

Ombre is a great solution if you do not like too colorful things, but at the same time you do not want to have a regular scarf. This gentle gradient always looks beautiful. Choose your favorites and create this beautiful Gradient Scarf!

free knitting pattern: Fashion Scarf

You will find this pattern here.

11. Striped Chevron Scarf

This scarf is fun and easy to do! If you like geometric shapes and colors, this Striped Chevron Scarf is a great choice for you! Remember to choose a consistent set of colors that match each other, and create this amazing scarf.

free knitting pattern: Fashion Scarf

You will find this free pattern here.

12. Twirling Leaf Scarf

This Twirling Leaf Scarf looks very atristic and original. What’s more, it’s perfect for autumn because its unusual pattern resembles a leaf, can you see it? I love such original patterns that make ugly weather not so bad anymore!

free knitting pattern: Fashion Scarf

You will find this pattern here.

13. Jubilee Scarf

This scarf is ideal for autumn and winter, because of its warmth and functionality. It has small openings, but when you wrap it around your neck a few times, it will keep you really warm! Choose your favourite colour and start today!

free knitting pattern: Fashion Scarf

You will find this free pattern here.

14. Naname Lace Scarf

It’s time for something funny and girly. This scarf is beautifully coloured, isn’t it? These colorful stripes will make every day happy and positive. This is the scarf you need in the autumn! Choose the colours you want, but I suggest you also choose pink because it’s really cute!

free knitting pattern: Fashion Scarf

You will find this free pattern here.

15. Lark Wrap

  • DESIGNED by  Purl Soho

How do you like this knitted scarf in the pictures below? It’s made by Purl Soho and the colors are so on point, don’t you think? I simply love both the texture and the delicate pink shade. It’s going to be your favorite winter accessory!

Lark Wrap

PHOTOS by  Purl Soho  / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on purlsoho.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

16. Self-Striping Chevrons Scarf

  • DESIGNED by Carrie Ellis

This gorgeous knitted scarf in the pictures below was created by Carrie Ellis and it’s such a pretty and eye-catching piece, don’t you think? It uses less than one skein of Caron Skinny Cakes to make and the finished piece is 8” wide and 90” long.

Self-Striping Chevrons Scarf

PHOTOS by Carrie Ellis / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on drive.google.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

17. Quiltbox

  • DESIGNED by Amy Singer

This pretty knitted scarf below is the work by Amy Singer and it’s designed to make you look as happy, bright and colorful as it’s possible on those grey and gloomy days! You can easily lengthen it or make it shorter. And play with the colors, it’s totally up to you!

Quiltbox

PHOTOS by Amy Singer / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on knitty.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

18. Terebinthia Limited Time Free Knitting Pattern

  • DESIGNED by Emma L. Butram

Hurry up to download this fantastic knitted scarf pattern, as it’s free for a limited time! The design of this lacy scarf was inspired by the fairy island Terebinthia from The Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis. It looks so lightweight and elegant and will become a perfect part of your romantic outfits. You can also make a beautiful knitted shawl with the same pattern.

lace scarf free knitting pattern

PHOTOS by Expression Fiber Arts / ravelry.com

Find the original free for a limited time pattern on expressionfiberarts.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

19. Love Me Knot Lace Scarf

  • DESIGNED by Eri Palmer

Practice the basic lace and cable stitches while working on this knitted scarf. It has a lace design but is made with worsted-weight yarn, perfect for cold weather and spring in northern regions. Following this free knitting pattern is affordable for advanced beginners and up, so grab your gear and give it a try.

knitted scarf free pattern

PHOTOS by Eri Palmer / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on palmeriknits.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

20. Grasp Scarf

  • DESIGNED by Helen Bingham

This long scarf is sure to make you stand out from the crowd! The project is very simple yet functional and durable. Increase and decrease rows prevent the edges from curling. There are 7 different colors used in the pattern, and we suggest you choose your favorites to make this knitting experience even better. Get the free pattern now!

PHOTOS by Helen Bingham / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

21. Tweedy Stripes

  • DESIGNED by Beata Jezek

Simple pattern ideal for beginners who want to learn to knit. The scarf is very cozy and will only get better with wear. Choose two low-contrast colors to create an optical illusion and make this piece shimmer! The pattern is completely free.

PHOTOS by Beata Jezek / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on hedgehogfibres.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

22. Jylin

  • Designed by Berroco Design Team

The intricate design combined with the ombre effect yarn makes this scarf a real eye-catcher. The geometric shapes look so stylish and the finished piece is perfect for cool weather! It’s a great project for all knitters. The step-by-step pattern is easy to understand and follow. Download the free knit scarf pattern and get ready for fall today! 

woman wearing knitted ombre shawl

PHOTOS by Berroco Design Team / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on berroco.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

23. Cozy Cabled Cowl

  • Designed by Emily Bolduan

This chunky cable knit scarf is extremely cozy to wrap up in. It’s a versatile handmade accessory with a classic look that will work with all your fall outfits. Plus, the pattern is available for two versions of the scarf: the chunky one and the super bulky one. See the free knitting pattern and get cozy!

cabled knitted cowl in cream and brown color

PHOTOS by Emily Bolduan / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

24. Avenue Knitted Scarf

  • Designed by Galt House of Yarn

This scarf project is an opportunity to step up your knitting game. Create a stunning scarf that makes the most of your precious skein of yarn. The Avenue Scarf, a stylish garter stitch creation, showcases the rich colors of your yarn. It offers versatility – go for the fingering weight or add a touch of mohair for added softness. Adapt this scarf to different yarn weights, combinations or sizes as needed. Download the knitted scarf pattern for free.

A knitted orange scarf on a mannequin.

PHOTOS by Galt House of Yarn / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

25. 242-45 Oceans Unrest Shawl

  • Designed by DROPS design

Make a tiny scarf that’s fully reversible and doesn’t require knitting in the round. This versatile one-ply project is a true wonder, perfect for your knitting closet. Choose a soft, luxurious yarn that you’ve been saving for something special. You’ll probably end up making several scarves! It’s just the right size to add a pop of color to your winter coat, but you’ll soon find yourself making more in neutral tones to go with any winter outfit. The easy scarf knitting pattern will help you along the way.

A woman wearing a blue knitted scarf.

PHOTOS by DROPS design / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on garnstudio.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

26. House Scarf

  • Designed by Knit It®

This knitted scarf is an exact copy of the Gryffindor house scarf from the Harry Potter movies. Such a design makes a great gift for lovers of the series. Aside from the look, it’s also quite long and warm, making it a perfect winter companion. Plus, you can make it in the style of all four houses by changing the colors. Get your knitting needles back into the story!

Two pictures of Harry Potter wearing a knitted scarf and a boy holding a wand.

PHOTOS by Knit It® / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on knit-it.co.uk, or read more about it on Ravelry.

27. Spun Sugar Scarf

  • Designed by Erin Fisher (On Fisher’s Hook)

Stunning long knit scarf to add a splash of color to those dull winter outfits. The voluminous texture combined with the soft yarn makes it pleasant to touch and comfortable to wear. You can create a lot of chunky winter outfits with this charming accessory. Find out how to make it today! The pattern is completely free.

Two pictures of a woman wearing a knitted scarf.

PHOTOS by Erin Fisher (On Fisher’s Hook) / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on premieryarns.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

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