Crochet is the perfect technique for making lacy scarves; using easy crochet stitches, you can create stunning lace designs. Explore a variety of lovely lacy scarf patterns, -- all of which are free crochet patterns -- listed below.
This lacy scarf is worked in size 3 crochet thread. The lace pattern is formed by easy v stitches which look intricate, but don't let the look fool you; the crochet work itself isn't challenging at all. You'll be amazed at how easily the scarf comes together.
This easy, beginner-friendly openwork scarf is airy but not too froo-froo. It can be worn long or short; the picture at left shows how it looks when looped around the neck. You can click here to see more pictures of this scarf.
This lovely, lacy scarf is crocheted using textured organic cotton yarn. It's a versatile design that'll work well with a variety of different looks; I wear mine constantly, especially in the spring and fall. It's a long scarf that can be worn long or short, as pictured.
This is an easy crochet pattern.
This scarf is a great way to try out the lacy treble shell stitch.
This lace cowl is a stylish design that serves the same sort of function as a scarf. It's a quick one-skein project. The free crochet pattern is by Erica Jackofsky.
Sandi Marshall designed this lacy scarf by drawing inspiration from an antique spider lace block pattern.
This easy scarf is crocheted in variegated Red Heart Yarn. This is a practical scarf that is also quite pretty. The free scarf pattern was designed by Sandi Marshall