I love to make scarves, especially with chunky yarn and a big hook. Here is a round-up of scarf patterns designed by me, all sure to be amazing.
This scarf is perfection! It is squishy soft and works up quickly with bulky weight yarn. The stitches resemble knit, but it is worked in the round using crochet.
This scarf is crocheted in the round using worsted weight yarn. It drapes beautifully and has become one of my go-to patterns.
For those who prefer a long scarf rather than an infinity, this one is cozy and can be wrapped or knotted around your neck in a variety of ways.
I love the fisherman's rib stitch, and this one is knitted with bulky yarn and large needles. It is squishy and warm and the stitches look the same on both sides. You can make it as long as you want, and you can sew the ends together to make an infinity scarf if desired.
This is a standard seed stitch scarf that you can knit mindlessly while watching a movie or riding in the car. It uses two strands of worsted weight yarn held together, or you could use a bulky weight yarn instead.