Cozy Button Crochet Scarf


If you are looking for a sleek and fashionable way to keep warm once the temperature starts to drop, this Cozy Button Crochet Scarf is the perfect accessory. The simple Victoria pattern creates a textured and stylish neck warmer and the two buttons add the perfect amount of flair to any outfit. The good news is this crochet scarf is incredibly versatile. You can impress your coworkers by wearing it in the office or use it to bundle up during an autumn apple picking excursion. Once you learn how to make a button crochet scarf, your friends and family members will be eager for you to make them one too.


Crochet HookM/13 or 9 mm hook

Yarn Weight(5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

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I attempted to go to the directions page for this project but it goes to an error page.

For this pattern you can see that the stitches used along with the bulky/chunky yarn will make a warm scarf. The addition of the buttons gives it just another layer of style. I love the winter white because you can wear it with everything.

Love this bulky crocheted scarf as it is perfect as a cowl and crochets up quickly. Sometimes offices are chilly and wearing a scarf close to the neck works to keep the chill at bay. Any beginning stitcher would be able to accomplish this in a very short time. The buttons really add to the design too.

Personally I would leave off the buttons but other than that this is GORGEOUS! And it is perfect for the coming winter here in South Africa! I work outdoors a lot so am always on the look out for warm, snuggly things for my neck because if my neck is cold then ALL of me is cold, lol! It is rated Easy too which is great because then I am going to make a few of them in different colors.

I attempted to make a similar looking scarf the only problem was finding big enough buttons to attach. Id be curious what online stores (if any) others have used to purchase buttons. I love the bulky weight of the yarn as it feels very soft and is fitting for winter, but the only downside to bulky yarn is that you run out quicker. I suppose one could double up worsted weight yarn (or a similar yarn type that might be softer) to make a more colorful scarf or to maximize yarn consumption.

What a great looking cowl neck scarf! It appears like a very intricate and detailed pattern but it's actually a (more experienced) beginner pattern. I think the snow white/ivory color makes it look very sophisticated. And the dark wood buttons make it really pop. I may have enough yarn at home right now to get one of these going...

This scarf is so cute and an easy pattern for experienced beginners. I could see myself making this for several people on my Christmas list!


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