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9 Best Super Scarf Crochet Patterns

Crochet scarf patterns - supersized! These trendy super scarves will keep you warm in any chilly weather.

By: Julia Wiatr, Editor, AllFreeCrochet.com
Updated September 20, 2018
9 Best Super Scarf Crochet Patterns

Crochet super scarves are all the rage for fall, and now you can be in on the super scarf trend, too with our page of the 9 Best Super Scarf Crochet Patterns, a collection of our favorite scarves that are huge!

These crochet scarf patterns are worked up just the same as regular scarves, except that they're made on a much grander scale. Super scarf crochet patterns walk you through the steps needed to make a thick, oversized scarf that lends itself perfectly to being wrapped around multiple times to combat a chilly fall day.

These scarves are warm and cozy, almost always made out of bulky-weight yarn, and are great for throwing on top of a simple fall sweater or a light jacket. 

Crochet your very own super scarf today with these 9 options. Whether you like to play with colors and have a variety of hues or you want to stick with one color for your project, you'll find your next design here.

From scarf patterns that feature a ribbed look to a crochet scarf made from joined crochet granny squares, you won't lack options here! We've divided them into two sections: solid and multi-color. So, if you have a preference, you can jump there. Otherwise, check out all 9 for your crochet to-do list.
 

Solid Crochet Super Scarves

Galactic Grape Super Scarf Pattern

Solid-colored crochet scarf patterns work best when you want to maximize its wearability. Working up a super scarf in a neutral or favorite shade means you'll be able to wear it with more outfits.

These crochet patterns are all worked up in one color so you can pick your favorite and start crocheting!

Whether you want a gorgeous jewel tone, like the Galactic Grape Scarf (pictured here) or something simple and neutral, like the Heathered Waves Super Scarf (shown below), you'll find your favorite here.

Work up scarf patterns in simple repeating stitches that incorporate double crochet stitches, ripple stitches, crochet clusters, and even some airier lacy stitches. These easy crochet scarf patterns are a hit. 
 

  • Down the Moonlit Path Super Scarf

    This crochet scarf pattern is an easy-to-follow design and features a simple-to-follow repeating stitch pattern of chains and crossed-over double crochet stitches.

  • Heathered Waves Super Scarf

    Using just one color is a great way to show off the gentle waves on this crochet scarf, but feel free to use a different hue or to mix it up and add some different colored striped sections.

  • Cocoa Clusters Super Scarf

    This free crochet scarf pattern is easy to work up and features a simple, repeating crochet stitch pattern involving cluster stitches. This fall, don't just stay warm, stay snuggly and comfortable!

  • Snow Country Super Scarf, Unisex Crochet Pattern

    BONUS! Make this super scarf for anyone in the family, both adults and kids, men or women. It has a stunning texture that looks spectacular in a solid color, such as a rich gray.

Multi-Colored Super Scarf Patterns

Unforgettable Shells Super Scarf

Maybe you don't want to commit to just one color for a crochet fall accessory and want to work something up in multiple shades.

These multi-colored super scarves are worked up using multiple shades, from just two alternating colors, like in the Cinnamon Sugar Super Scarf (pictured below), to multiple shades in the variegated Unforgettable Shells Super Scarf (pictured here).

If bolder colors aren't your style, you can just as easily work up the oversized grannies scarf pattern that's below in some neutrals for wear-anywhere style. 

These colorful super scarf patterns are perfect to spice up your fall and winter look - whether you choose a neutral palette or some warm autumn hues, your style will pop!
 

  • Neon Checkerboard Super Scarf

    This two-toned easy crochet scarf pattern is worked with a bright, contrasting color on both ends of the scarf, with the middle a nice dark neutral. The stitch pattern for this super scarf is easy to remember, too!

  • Shades of Fall Tartan Super Scarf

    This crochet super scarf pattern uses chunky yarn to add comfort and bulk. Work up this scarf today and make this crochet pattern your everyday go-to accessory. 

  • Oversized Grannies Super Scarf

    With this easy crochet pattern, you can work up individual granny squares and then join them all together at the end, making this an easy pattern to work on while you're on the go. 

  • Cinnamon Sugar Super Scarf

    Worked up with soothing neutrals that make it the perfect gender-neutral scarf pattern, this easy crochet scarf is worked lengthwise to give it the classic ribbed look. We love this fall-friendly look!

  • Art n' Soul Scrappy Scarf

    BONUS! Not only is this an awesome and trendy super scarf style but it uses up your stash. This eclectic pattern allows you to use what you have to create a beautiful and joyful scarf to wear whenever. 

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I would choose a mix of brown, orange, and burgundy for a blend of fall colors. I love how these super scarves are really the focal point of any outfit!

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