9 free crochet patterns made with Scarfie yarn

Scarfie yarn lovers, this one’s for you!

Lion Brand Scarfie yarn has a beautiful self-striping ombré effect, works up super fast (often only 2 days!) and many projects only need one or two skeins.

Here you can find 9 free crochet patterns I designed using Scarfie yarn.

Lion Brand Scarfie yarn - new salmon color

Over the months I’ve designed easy crochet patterns for beginners using Lion Brand Scarfie yarn. All patterns use the same yarn and same stitches. And the best part is: all patterns are free!

To get the free patterns, just click on the name. If you are interested in more free crochet patterns, see my other roundups here.

9 free crochet patterns made with Lion Brand Scarfie yarn

1. Perfect Gift Poncho

Like the name says, this poncho is perfect to make as a gift for friends and family. This poncho comes in a one size fits most, which means you don’t have to worry about selecting the correct size when making this poncho for others. You’ll only need 2 balls of Scarfie yarn.

Perfect Gift Poncho - free poncho crochet pattern - Granny

2. Scarfie Sleeveless Vest (long)

This vest is worked in one piece from side to side without breaking yarn, then sewn together on both sides. The collar ribbing (optional) is worked last. And the best thing: it works up extremely fast! Pattern is available in size S up to 5XL and each size only uses 2 balls of Scarfie yarn. A great project for beginners who want to make their first crochet garment!

Sleeveless crochet vest by Wilmade

3. Scarfie Sleeveless Vest (short)

If you like the vest above but prefer a shorter version, this sleeveless vest might be perfect for you. This pattern is available in size S – 5XL and is a great project to use your Scarfie yarn scraps for as you’ll only need 1 ball for size S.

Crochet poncho vest made with Lion Brand Scarfie yarn - free crochet pattern

4. Scarfie t-shirt

This Simple Scarfie t-shirt is worked in two identical T-shaped pieces which are then seamed together on the sides and shoulders. Instructions are available for size S up to 5XL and depending on the size, you’ll only need 1 ball.

Easy crochet summer top by Wilmade - beginners pattern with Scarfie yarn

5. Scarfie top

This simple top is worked from side to side in the length. You will start working on the right side, continue working on the V neckline using a simple chain method, make the second half and finally seam the sides together. Pattern is available in size S up to 5XL and depending on the size, you’ll only need 1 ball.

Simple crochet top pattern made with Lion Brand Scarfie yarn

6. Scarfie Poncho Dress

This dress is worked top-down and starts with a closed stitch to keep your neck and shoulders warm. After a few rows, the stitches become wider. This way the Poncho Dress easily gets a wider shape with a great drape. Optionally you can wear a belt to upgrade your look. A simple pattern for beginners, using only 2 skeins of Scarfie yarn!

7. Scarfie V-stitch Shawl

This shawl is worked from side to side with increases and decreases on one side of the shawl. A great project for beginners, using only 2 skeins of Scarfie yarn!

Simple Scarfie Shawl made with lionbrand scarfie yarn

8. Happy Hailey Scarf

This scarf is made with double crochet stitches and a fun weaving technique. It is a special design dedicated to Hailey from Connecticut who has the same rare tumor as I have. You’ll only need 1 ball for a kids’ size and 2 balls for adult size.

Happy Hailey Scarf - easy crochet scarf pattern for beginners with Lion Brand Scarfie yarn

9. Very Berry Beanie

A simple beanie featuring the berry stitch. Made with only 1 skein of Scarfie yarn and available in size toddler up to adult.

Very berry beanie - free crochet pattern with crochet berry stitch - hat beanie with Lionbrand Scarfie yarn

I hope this roundup with free crochet patterns using Lion Brand Scarfie yarn has inspired you for your next project. If you need more (free) inspiration, see my other roundups here.


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