Lovely Crochet Patterns for Beginners in 2019
Rosebud Scarf Pattern
We selected them by hand because they are simple and easy ways to make a scarf and you don’t have to rely on individual crochet stitches that you will never use again. We’re not going to throw you double crochet or any crazy Afghan embroidery techniques (although if you’d like to learn them, we have an article on intermediate crochet stitches). We start you down the path to a simple crochet scarf. However, if this isn’t your first rodeo, we’ve included some more beginner scarves, but nothing fancy.
And don’t worry, these are all free crochet patterns for beginners, so following these links will have everything you need to learn how to make a scarf, step by step, slowly.
Scarves are a great accessory. They keep you warm and stylish, and actually feel like a blanket wrapped around your shoulders.
This scarf is called the rose bud scarf because of the small “button” motif that the stitches create.
As written, this pattern will create a scarf that is 70 “long (excluding fringes) and 9.5” wide. Comments will be given on how to adjust this pattern to make the scarf longer or shorter and wider or thinner.
Materials (not included):
3 balls (400 m) Lion Brand Hue and Me Yarn appear in one ball of each Desert, Bellini and Rose Water
7.0 mm crochet hook
Carpet needle to weave in ends