Here is a selection of free scarf sewing patterns for winter scarves and cowls, along with easy tutorials for you to make your own. Learn how to make a practical scarf to fight off the winter cold. These DIY scarves will not only keep you warm this winter, they are also a quick way to renew your winter outfit. Take a look at these different styles and pick the one that works best for you. Let’s stay warm this winter!
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Scarf Sewing Patterns
Scarves and cowls play a big part in my winter wardrobe. They don’t just keep me warm, they are the magical touch to transform my plain winter coat into a colourful and (sometimes) even trendy winter outfit. And that’s the most cozy way to get stylish, isn’t it? Let’s have a peek. I made sure to cover different trends, so I bet you’ll find at least one ideal project for you. Let’s go!
3) Leather + Flannel Snap Scarf
Leather + Flannel Snap Scarf tutorial by Delia Creates
A beautiful yet simple sew. The faux leather insert adds on style and character. Worth trying out!
4) Cape Scarf
Cape Scarf tutorial by Sewing Rabbit
A wonderful cape scarf you won’t be able to resist making right away.
5) No-Sew Blanket Scarf
No-Sew DIY Blanket Scarf by MomAdvice
Aaand a no-sew version for any of those who can’t even wait to make a few stitches. (And just want to throw a square piece of fabric over the shoulders and run errands!)
6) Rainbow Scarf
Rainbow Scarf by the Decorated Cookie
Got kids? Know kids? This one is so cute! An easy scarf that kids can even make themselves!
7) Five-Fat-Quarters Scarf
Five-Fat-Quarters Scarf tutorial by Tea Rose Home
8) Faux Fur Scarf
Let’s stay in trend and make something new. Ever tried sewing with faux fur? Learn how to and use this free pattern by So Sew Easy.
9) Patchwork Scarf
Patchwork Scarf Tutorial by Polka Dot Chair
If long scarves get in your way, make a shorter one, like Melissa did in her tutorial. A lovely print combination, too!
How did you like the selection? Hope it will inspire you to sew a few scarves for yourself, too. I’ve got a few scarves done already, now I need to make me a pair of winter gloves or mittens. Oh, and a few pairs for the kids, too! And then – welcome, winter!