free woven scarf pattern
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Free Woven Scarf – Mesh Stitch Pattern

The world’s most original and quality knitting and crochet patterns are here, on Crocheting a woven scarf is a fun and rewarding project that can be enjoyed by both beginners and experienced crocheters alike. This technique involves weaving together strips of crochet to create a project that resembles a woven piece, resulting in a unique and stylish accessory. With a few basic crochet skills and some patience, you can create a beautiful woven scarf that will keep you warm and cozy during the colder months. In this guide, we will walk you through the step-by-step process of crocheting a woven scarf, including selecting the right yarn, choosing the appropriate hook size, and mastering the weaving technique. So, whether you are new to crocheting or looking for a new challenge, grab your crochet hook and let’s get started on making a beautiful woven scarf!


Iceyarns Angora Design :  (20% Angora, 20% Wool, 60% Acrylic),

100 gr. / 3.53 oz. per ball

550 m. / 601 yds. per ball

For Solid Colors :

Iceyarns Angora Solid :  (20% Angora, 20% Wool, 60% Acrylic),

100 gr. / 3.53 oz. per ball

550 m. / 601 yds. per ball

Hook Size: 5.00mm –


Tapestry needle


Now, let’s go over the stitch abbreviations we’ll be using:

Ch stands for Chain

DC stands for Double Crochet

Ch sp stands for Chain space

St stands for Stitch


First, START with CHAIN. Make chain as many as you need for your project, making sure it’s in multiples of two plus six.

ROW 1 :

Starting from the sixth chain from the hook, repeat 1 double crochet, chain 1, skip 1 stitch across. Finish the row with one double crochet in the last stitch.

ROW 2 :

For row 2, chain 3 and turn. Repeat skip the chain space, 1 double crochet, chain 1 across. Finish the row with 1 double crochet in the second chain of the chain 3 of the previous row.

ROW 3 :

“For rows 3, repeat row 2 as you want to expand your project to be.”

Fastening off and weaving in ends

Once you’re finished with the main body of the scarf, it’s time to weave in the second color. Cut strands of yarn a little longer than your project, plus some excess if you want to make a fringe. With the yarn needle, weave two strands through one column, going over and under the chain space. Once you’ve woven them all the way, give the project a bit of a tug so that the yarn isn’t too taut. Repeat for the other yarn strands, then section off the strands so that there are four in each group. Tie these four together to secure the fringe. Repeat on both sides.

And that’s it! You now have a beautiful VOWEN SCARF that will keep you warm and stylish in the colder months.

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