It’s still summer, I know, I know…why am I doing a Big & Chunky Scarves and Cowls pattern compilation? Well, while it’s still warm outside, the weather is going to turn chillier and we’ll want an accessory that will keep the chill at bay. The scarves and cowls in this pattern compilation are big and chunky. They are super warm and super big for maximum coverage.
These Big & Chunky Scarves and Cowl also work up fairly quick and you can use these patterns to get started on presents that are unique and stylish.
Keep cozy in this fun crocheted Big Scarf. Shown in Patons Cobbles. (Patons Yarns)
This cowl reminded me of a big grey cloud because of it’s texture and colors, so that’s why it’s named this way. It’s a very quick crochet project suitable for beginners because of its easy construction. Pattern is available in both english and dutch. Have fun with it!
An oversized cowl which is perfect for beginners as it only uses 2 crochet stitches.
Any bulky/chunky weight yarn can be used and the width is customisable to suit you or the amount of yarn you have.
The Fiona Button Scarf is a lovely piece for both fall and winter and is crocheted lengthwise in a slightly modified granny stripe. Two buttons join it together to create a long loop like an infinity scarf, or wear it unbuttoned for a traditional scarf. Versatile and pretty, lofty and warm! No need to crochet button holes either, just use the decorative holes from the scarf.
I love the look of color blocking and this herringbone stitch adds so much texture to the scarf. It works up quickly and once you get the rhythm of the stitch, it is one of those patterns that you can make on autopilot.
The Big Rib Scarf is made using 2 strands of Worsted or Aran weight yarn held together. For this scarf I used 2 different colorways of Lion Brand Heartland. This created a tweedy jewel toned scarf and I just love the look!
The Super Chunky Super Warm Scarf is just that, super chunky and super warm. When I finished the scarf and tried it on, I felt like as if I was getting the warmest and softest of hugs where I felt comfort. Surprisingly enough, it’s not heavy. This is due to using a bigger hook creating more open stitches that makes the piece more pliable and with more drape.
This round up was compiled by Cre8tion Crochet Contributor Dianne Hunt.
Dianne is the owner of Same DiNamics Crochet. The name Same DiNamics is very special to her. It came about at a time where she needed something in her life. She started blogging by doing book reviews, which she still does. Dianne re-discovered crocheting about 3 years ago, she added ‘Crochet’ to her blog name for easy recognition. She has not let the hook down ever since. Her goal in crocheting is to learn as much as she can and do amazing things. She is following the journey that has been set before her. You can find Dianne on Ravelry, her blog or facebook.