Are you looking for some new and fun crochet hat and scarf free patterns? You’ve come to the right place. Below you’ll find a variety of easy patterns for winter crochet sets.
Each set includes a type of scarf including cowls and infinity scarfs as well as hats or headbands and sometimes both! There are also hat and scarf crochet patterns for both kids and adults so you can find just the patterns you need.
Scarves are generally super easy crochet projects and when you add a cute headwear accessory, you have the perfect thing to give as a gift for so many different people on your gift list.
You are sure to find a few perfect patterns for your winter wardrobe. Most of the hat and scarf pattern sets are rated either beginner or easy skill level so anyone can find a set they can make!
If you aren’t looking for set and would just like to browse different hat and scarf patterns, you’ll want to visit these free crochet scarf patterns, and these free crochet hat patterns. The scarf category also includes wraps and shawls and the hat category includes headbands/ear warmers.
The Courtney Set
The Courtney Patterns all use the same modified half double crochet stitches that look like a star stitch but uses less yarn. There are detailed photo tutorials showing how to work the stitches.
The set includes a fringed scarf design, hat, and twisted ear warmer. The beanie looks great with a pom pom added to the top of the hat.
This set makes a wonderful gift that can be worked up in a variety of colors and still look amazing.
The Uppercross Set
The relaxed open stitches of the Uppercross set make accessories with a unique look that are just warm enough for cool fall or mild winter days.
It’s a great set to have on hand if you aren’t sure if the weather is going to turn.
The set includes both a cowl and hat pattern that can easily be worked up in your favorite color.
The Love This Chunky Set
Chunky yarn meets chunky stitches in the Love This Chunky set.
For this hat and scarf set, the pattern includes instructions for both children and adult sizes.
The Over the Ridge Set
The main set (hat and scarf) uses chunky yarn and features the crunch stitch which give it a beautiful texture.
Both the boy hat and scarf are easily adjusted to adult size.
The Luxurious Set
If you need the warmest and coziest set you could possibly make, this is it. The basic stitches are super easy which is good because the suggested yarn is a fuzzy yarn which can make it hard to see your stitches.
This is a great beginner project especially if you decide to use regular acrylic worsted weight yarn instead of the fuzzy yarn. The oversized infinity scarf is a dream to wrap around your neck and the hat will keep your head completely warm on cold days.
The Moss Stitch Set
This set features the super simple moss stitch with some strips of a double crochet version of the moss stitch. Both the cozy crochet scarf and headband work up quickly and easily and they make great gifts.
The Peeking Set
This cowl, hat, and ear warmer set is made with basic crochet stitches broken up by rows of puff stitches. The contrasting colors make the puff stitches pop and add detail and interest to the accessories.
The ear warmer pattern is one of the most popular ones on the site because it’s pretty and easy plus there’s a great guide on how to figure out sizing for headbands and hats.
The North Shore Set
This is a great project to make for toddlers and younger kiddos. Both the hats and the simple crochet scarf are super soft, squishy, and easy for kids to wear through the winter months.
The simple infinity scarf is designed to not fall off a busy toddler and it is a great way to keep them warm without worrying about losing the scarf. One of the hat options is for a messy bun hat and the other is for a regular matching hat.
The Coco Set
The Coco series includes a hat, infinity scarf, and cowl. There’s actually a matching blanket too! The stitch combination works wonderfully to make a set that is just the right amount of warm. It is great all season if you live in a climate with a milder winter season.
The Gray Skies Set
This was one of the first sets designed for Stitching Together and it’s one of my favorites, especially the ear warmers. The giant chevron joined in a loop works great for a scarf and for a headband and is so much fun to make.