Winter has arrived and as the snow falls and the wind blows we all start looking for warm, snuggly and stylish scarves to keep us warm! Well, look no further! In this roundup of bulky scarves you’re sure to find one that you will want to make for yourself, a friend or family member!
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This lovely offering by Pam Grice at “Made With A Twist” is inspired by an Irish coastal town named Ardara. Pam’s beautiful description makes you want to make this gorgeous scarf and board a plane to Ireland immediately! Check it out! You won’t be disappointed!
The second scarf in our roundup is offered by “Simply Hooked by Janet”. It is named after the chunky yarn, Barcelona, by Loops and Threads. You will love this warm and stylish “super scarf”!
The Chunky Crochet Scarf by Sarah at “Ned and Mimi” is perfect for gift-giving this winter. She has created it using Paintbox Yarns Simply Chunky where 50 different color shades are available. It works up into a gorgeous chunky scarf that you will be proud to give as a gift or wear yourself!
This extra warm and textured scarf is named for the crochet stitch used to create it, the Herringbone Double Crochet stitch. This creation comes to us from Kristine at Ambassador Crochet. It’s easy to make, extra warm and lovely to look at. You will love it!
Joanna from “High Desert Yarn” offers a great bulky scarf pattern for the crochet beginner. It is made using the double crochet stitch and Red Heart “Stellar” yarn. It’s “bulky, textured, with a little bit of sparkle”! I think you will agree that it whips up fast and makes a wonderful, warm winter scarf!
Using Lion Brand “Thick and Quick” yarn, Lisa at “Stitch in Progress” brings us a pattern that uses the double crochet in the back loop only and then the front loop only to give a wonderful textured beauty. You will have it done in a flash and ready to keep you protected from the cold and wind. Try it…you’ll really like it!!
The Double Knot Scarf is very textured, very warm and very easy! And the coolest thing is that it is 2 scarves knotted together to make one!! So fun!! You will definitely want to make this one. This pattern can be found at “Crochet with Mary Beth”!
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