12+ Free Red Heart Crochet Scarf Patterns

One of my favorite things about the winter time is getting to wear cozy winter garments. Now that it’s getting colder, I can finally pull out some scarf patterns! Today I want to show you some red heart free crochet scarf patterns that are perfect for using leftover yarn!

If you’re looking for some unique scarf designs, then these patterns may just be perfect for you. Red Heart Yarn is both easy to work with, and affordable. All of these scarves will feature some kind of yarn from them. So without further ado, let’s check out my favorite patterns!

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1. Ocean Breeze Scarf

First up, meet the Ocean Breeze Scarf. Isn’t this one so pretty? I just love the ombre effect and unique texture! Of course, you can have a lot of fun experimenting with different color combinations. This scarf is also super lightweight and can easily be adjusted to a certain size. You can find the free pattern here.

Designer: Oombawka Design Crochet

Yarn Used: Red Heart Super Saver Ombre

2. Through the Window Scarf

If you’re looking for really unique scarf pattern, then this Through the Window Scarf may just be perfect for you! This scarf features gorgeous mosaic-like design that looks a lot more intricate than it really is. This design is bound to get compliments! You can find the free pattern here.

Designer: Eye Love Knots

Yarn Used: Red Heart Super Saver

3. Helena Triangle Scarf/Shawl

How about a triangle scarf? The Helena Shawl doubles as either a shawl or a scarf and is made from Red Heart Super Saver yarn! This design features a granny triangle base with some unique lace added in. Find the free pattern here!

Designer: Desert Blossom Crafts

Yarn Used: Red Heart Super Saver

4. Nebbia Scarf

The next pattern I’d like you to meet is the Nebbia Chunky Scarf. This scarf is not only gorgeous, but it’s incredibly warm and cozy as well! This design is comprised of only simple stitches (double crochets and foundation double crochets), so it would make a great project for beginners! You can find the free pattern here.

Designer: ChristaCo Design

Yarn Used: Red Heart Dreamy

4. Monochromatic Men’s Scarf

If you’ve been looking for men’s crochet garments that they’ll actually use, then this next pattern may just be perfect for you! This pattern is simple to make and has a gorgeous texture without it being too feminine. This scarf would make a great gift for any of the men in your life! You can find the free pattern here.

Designer: Golden Lucy Crafts

Yarn Used: Red Heart Super Saver

5. Bobble Ridge Neck Warmer

Next up, check out the Bobble Ridge Crochet Scarf. This design features bobble stitches that give it a super fun and unique texture. This neck warmer is bound to get compliments! You can find the free pattern here.

Designer: Sweet Bee Crochet

Yarn Used: Red Heart Super Saver Ombre

6. Chic Suede Fringed Crochet Triangle Scarf

If you’re looking for a more rustic scarf pattern, then I bet you’ll love this Chic Suede Fringed Crochet Triangle Scarf! Although this pattern may initially look intimidating, it’s actually quite simple to recreate. This one will definitely add some interest to any of your outfits! You can find the free pattern here.

Designer: Salty Pearl Crochet

Yarn Used: Red Heart Chic Sheep Yarn

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7. Little Pebbles Scarf

Next, meet the Little Pebbles Scarf designed by Alexandra from Eye Love Knots. This pattern has such a fun texture! This design is comprised of only simple stitches, so it’s the perfect project for crocheting while binging your favorite show or for beginners! You can find the free pattern here.

Designer: Eye Love Knots

Yarn Used: Red Heart Super Saver

8. Winter’s Edge Scarf

If you’re looking for a really unique and fun scarf pattern, than the Winter’s Edge Scarf may just be perfect for you! If you use bulky yarn, this scarf works up super simply and quickly, which makes it a great last-minute gift! You can find the free pattern here.

Designer: A Crocheted Simplicity

Yarn Used: Red Heart Hygge

9. Unforgettable One-Skein Scarf

If you’re looking for a scarf that you can make on a time-crunch, then I bet you’ll love the Unforgettable One-Skein scarf. Not only is this scarf super pretty and quick to make, but it only uses one skein of yarn! You can find the free pattern here.

Designer: Love Life Yarn

Yarn Used: Red Heart Unforgettable

9. Soft Trellis Scarf

Another one of my favorite scarf patterns is the Soft Trellis Scarf. Isn’t it so pretty? I just love how the texture of this one is reminiscent of a wooden garden trellis. You can experiment with different color combinations and make lots of these for friends and family members! You can find the free pattern here.

Designer: Handmade by Raine

Yarn Used: Red Heart Unforgettable

10. Puffy Heart Scarf

Next, check out this adorable Puffy Heart Scarf designed by Heidi from Snappy Tots Crochet blog. Not only is this scarf lovely to look at, but it’s simple and versatile as well! You can easily make this into a super long scarf or a short neck cowl. You can find the free pattern here.

Designer: Snappy Tots

Yarn Used: Red Heart Super Saver Ombre

11. A Touch of Gleam Scarf

If you’re looking for a more unique scarf pattern, I bet you’ll enjoy this, “A Touch of Gleam Scarf”. This design has such a pretty texture, and using sparkly yarn adds the perfect accent without being to overwhelming. I mean, who doesn’t like a touch of sparkle? This pattern is also beginner-friendly, so anyone can make it! You can find the free pattern here.

Designer: Underground Crafter

Yarn Used: Red Heart Gleam

12. Seamist Infinity Scarf

Another one of my favorite scarf patterns is this beautiful Seamist Infinity Scarf. Isn’t it so pretty? I absolutely love the fun texture! This scarf is so versatile and can be worn in several different ways (as a cowl, an infinity scarf, a shawl, etc.). This scarf is sure to spice up any of your outfits! You can find the free pattern here.

Designer: The Purple Poncho

Yarn Used: Red Heart Chunky Soft & Boutique Fur

Conclusion

As you can see, there are lots of beautiful crochet scarf patterns that use Red Heart Yarn. Making scarves from this yarn is affordable and fun! Try making one of these scarves for yourself or maybe for a gift for someone special. I hope you found the perfect pattern in this list!

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