It’s official. Cool weather has returned. If you haven’t already added cozy winter accessories to your online shop or craft fair booth, it’s time. Fortunately, we’ve got 13 fast crochet scarf ideas that will help you fill your inventory in a snap!
When there’s a chill in the air, customers appreciate thick, luxurious fabrics to keep them warm. The bulky and super bulky yarns featured in this roundup produce eye-catching textures that stand out in product photos. And of course, thick yarns work up quickly, allowing you to crochet more items in less time.
Whip up one of these scarves to add some seasonal flare to your current profitable inventory. You can make a hat in the same yarn and sell them as a set. As an added bonus, some of these designs even have matching hat patterns, available in the chunky hats roundup!
These best-selling crochet scarf patterns are all designed by successful crochet business owners and are favorites with their customers. No matter your niche, you’re sure to find something your target customer (or loved one) will love!
The Number One Mistake Handmade Sellers Make – How to Avoid It!
Now, I’ve talked a lot about your target customer above. But what if you don’t know who that customer is? Did you know that failing to define their target market is the number one mistake creative business owners make?
Knowing your target market is everything for your growing business. Understanding of who you are marketing to lays a solid foundation upon which to build your crochet business.
If you need some help figuring it all out, pop over to the Crochetpreneur blog, where I share ways handmade business owners get their target market wrong (and what to do about it).
And now that you know who your target customer is, let’s check out these 13 fabulous designs and see which ones she would prefer.
Quick and Easy Crochet Scarf Patterns
And those are our top picks for crowd-pleasing crochet scarf designs. Which one fits your aesthetic? How can you work them into your product line? Comment below and tell us your favorites. And we’d love for you to share your favorite scarf designs with us, too!
As always, tag @madewithatwist in your social media shares of MWAT designs so I can feature you in my posts!