Fabulous and Easy One-Skein Bulky Crochet Scarf – Free Pattern!

Yes, you can make this elegant scarf quickly!

Sometimes time is of the essence when it comes to crocheting. If you’re on the lookout for another go-to pattern to make a beautiful scarf for yourself, perhaps, or for gift giving, you may have found one right here!

Yes, this scarf works up quickly. It uses the popular Caron Tea Cakes Yarn — available at Michaels Stores, both retail and online. You’ll find this scarf has a wonderful and soft texture from the super bulky (6) yarn and that you’ve got the satisfaction of creating something in a very short amount of time. If you’re new to crochet, this is an excellent project to consider, and if you’re an experienced crocheter, you can breeze right along with this one as you binge watch your favorite TV series.

This is a fantastic pattern, and it’s free! It’s the “Autumn Breeze Scarf” by crochet designer and blogger Rhondda Mol of Oombawka Design. She gives you a written pattern that is concise and easy to follow with basic stitches; single crochet and double crochet. Should you happen to be unfamiliar with any of the stitches, no worries, as she links you to some very helpful tutorials.

Click here to get the free pattern at Oombawka Design

You’ll also discover, when you visit her blog, that this scarf is part of the Scarf of the Month series by Rhondda along with designer and blogger Amy Ramnarine of The Stitchin Mommy.

There’s also a bonus scarf from designer and blogger Joanita Theron of Creative Crochet Workshop. There are other beautiful patterns in this series and you can get all the details in case you need to get caught up on all the wonderful designs thus far. You can also get help and support as you work on this projects if you join the Rhondda’s Facebook CAL group.

And if you’re on the lookout for more wonderful and free patterns and tutorials for all kinds of crochet accessories — including cowls, scarves, infinity scarves, and more — be sure to check out some of our other favorites here at Crochet Maze. Links are below!

As always, happy crocheting!

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