25 Keyhole Scarf Crochet Patterns

Are you looking for a unique crochet scarf to make? Grab your yarn and hook and get ready to make these keyhole scarf crochet patterns below.

KEYHOLE SCARF CROCHET PATTERNS

Sometimes scarves blow around in the wind a bit, which is a major pain when it’s chilly and cold. These keyhole scarves will keep you warm and secure. This is a good opportunity to use some of your coziest yarns since it will be snug against your neck.

25 Crochet Keyhole Scarf Patterns

Discover you’re next favorite project, and then have fun customizing it to suit your personal taste.


1. Pineapple Keyhole Scarf Crochet Pattern by Red Heart

This free crochet keyhole scarf pattern really does the trick to keep your neck toasty while adding a pop of color to your outfit. Crochet it in soft, subtly-metallic yarn that’s a joy to work with, and show off!

It’s cute as is, but would look just as pretty in any shade that complements your look. Since it’s such a quick-make project, make it in a wardrobe of colors to match everything in your closet!

Pineapple Keyhole Scarf Crochet Pattern by Red Heart

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2. Cari Keyhole Scarf Crochet Pattern by LES By Ruby Baby

This unique scarf design is guaranteed to turn heads! It’s a very simple construction with a stunning outcome. Trendy and warm this scarf can be worn in a few different ways. This pattern design fits teen to adult but can be slightly modified by going up or down a hook size and/or yarn weight.

Cari Keyhole Scarf Crochet Pattern by LES By Ruby Baby

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3. Winter Winds Keyhole Crochet Scarf Pattern by Sweet Bee Crochet Shop

This keyhole scarf is designed to stay in place with your preference of a snug or loose fit. Tuck it comfortably into your jacket or wear it overtop to display the pretty lattice design at the ends. This scarf is made with a luxury worsted weight acrylic yarn which creates a lovely drape displaying the slant of the herringbone half double crochet stitches in beautiful way.

Winter Winds Keyhole Crochet Scarf Pattern by Sweet Bee Crochet Shop

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4. Snowflake Keyhole Scarf Crochet Pattern by A Crocheted Simplicity

Do you love cowls, but not ones that are tight? Try a keyhole scarf, you can easily adjust how tight you wear it around your neck.

This scarf is decorated with a big snowflake at its bottom and can be made in any color you desire. This is the quintessential winter accessory to keep you both warm and cute!

Snowflake Keyhole Scarf Crochet Pattern by A Crocheted Simplicity

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5. Subtle Chevron Keyhole Scarf Crochet Pattern by Crochet Spot Patterns

This keyhole scarf uses a subtle, faint chevron pattern that is visible when crocheted with one color. Of course you can change colors while crocheting to create bold, not so subtle, chevron stripes too. 

Subtle Chevron Keyhole Scarf Crochet Pattern by Crochet Spot Patterns

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6. Adjustable Free Crochet Keyhole Scarf Pattern by Easy Crochet

This Adjustable Crochet Scarf or some may also call it a crochet keyhole scarf is a perfect design to keep you cozy warm on those chilly, crisp winter days ahead. You simply put it on thread one end of the scarf through the keyhole and you are done! It’s that easy!

Adjustable Free Crochet Keyhole Scarf Pattern by Easy Crochet

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7. Textured Keyhole Scarf Crochet Pattern by Petals To Picots

This Textured Keyhole Scarf is lovely and works up quickly. Either wear the scarf alone or add the flower for a dramatic accent. The easy-to-follow pattern includes directions to make the scarf, along with directions to make the spiral flower.

Textured Keyhole Scarf Crochet Pattern by Petals To Picots

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8. Snuggly Gathered Buds Keyhole Scarf Crochet Pattern by Crochet Life

This Gathered Buds Keyhole Scarf features a folded loop to hold your scarf end in place. The free crochet keyhole scarf pattern has instructions given for two different scarf lengths – 52 and 86 inches. Scarf width of 10 inches creates plenty of crochet fabric for warmth around your ears and neck. 

Snuggly Gathered Buds Keyhole Scarf Crochet Pattern by Crochet Life

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9. Vintage Blossom Keyhole Scarf Crochet Pattern by Fiber Flux

This Vintage Blossom Keyhole Scarf is crocheted with luxury yarn has a fabulous vintage look and a lighter weight drape, perfect for warmer months when you need a little something or in cooler months as a beautiful accessory scarf. 

This is a fabulous easy crochet pattern that only requires one skein of yarn. You’ll love the ruffled edges and the rose addition giving it that feminine look.

Vintage Blossom Keyhole Scarf Crochet Pattern by Fiber Flux

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10. Double Keyhole Scarf Crochet Pattern SLF Creations

This is a unique take on the popular keyhole scarf. Using a variation of the Double Crochet, it works up quickly in a few hours. The double keyhole design partnered with the unique stich makes is stylish enough to be worn over a sweater or vest in the spring or fall when you are looking for a little warmth, but not the bulk of a winter scarf. 

Double Keyhole Scarf Crochet Pattern SLF Creations

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11. Ribbed Keyhole Scarf Crochet Pattern by Life Adorned

This Ribbed Keyhole Scarf makes a great last-minute gift because the design is simple and the pattern works up so quickly. Only a few hours and one skein of worsted weight yarn!

The scarf is worked in rows, leaving a “keyhole” opening on one end. This means you can have a cozy accessory that’s not super-long, but stays in place without pins or ties.

Ribbed Keyhole Scarf Crochet Pattern by Life Adorned

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12. Persephone’s Meadow Keyhole Scarf Crochet Pattern by Stitches N Scraps

Persephone’s Meadow Keyhole Scarf is the pattern that special yarn has been waiting for. You know the one, it’s been sitting at the back of your stash shelf for years because you haven’t found the right pattern to show it off yet. Now you have! Whether your favorite yarn is solid or striped, smooth or textured, this keyhole scarf design will help it to shine.

The lacy stitch pattern brings out the texture of the yarn and helps a smaller amount to go further. Solid bands add structure, and draw out more concentrated areas of color. The size can easily be adjusted as well, both in length and width. This means you can modify it for a different weight of yarn if you prefer.

keyhole scarf crochet pattern

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13. Tweed Stitch Keyhole Scarf Crochet Pattern by Marie Segares

This Tweed Stitch Keyhole Scarf is a quick, unisex scarf that uses a simple, beginner-friendly stitch pattern. It’s a great project to wear during transitional weather. A very simple stitch pattern is used, so this is a project that a beginner can make.

Tweed Stitch Keyhole Scarf Crochet Pattern by Marie Segares

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14. Waffle Keyhole Scarf Crochet Pattern by Daisy Elle

This simple waffle stitch scarf pattern is a great go-to when you need a quick gift, or when those  temperatures drop! It’s full of texture and the waffle stitch always feels so soft and squishy, plus it is a good way to learn the front post double crochet stitch and discover that it really is nothing to be scared of.  

The pattern’s two-row repeat makes it very easy to memorize, and the simple stitching is  appropriate for beginners ready to experience the wonder of crocheting waffles, and for more  experienced crocheters who enjoy a relaxing, rhythmic project.

Waffle Keyhole Scarf Crochet Pattern by Daisy Elle

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15. Crochet Keyhole Scarf Pattern by Red Heart

This scarf features an opening that you can pull one end through. It’s a nice change from a regular scarf because it stays close to your neck without tying it.

Crochet Keyhole Scarf Pattern by Red Heart

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16. Keyhole Scarf Crochet Pattern by A Frayed Knot Boutique

Want something different besides a plain scarf or cowl? This pattern is it! Once made, this scarf will be perfect as an accessory to your outfit or add warmth as you venture outside on a cold winter’s day.

Keyhole Scarf Crochet Pattern by A Frayed Knot Boutique

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17. Waterfall Wrap Scarf Crochet Pattern by Simply Hooked By Janet

Need an easy and cozy scarf to make for yourself or a friend? You’ll love crocheting this easy design and you’ll also love wearing it! This is worked from a narrow point and widened with increases on one side. You will need to know how to work in the back loop only. 

Waterfall Wrap Scarf Crochet Pattern by Simply Hooked By Janet

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18. Majestic Free Crochet Keyhole Scarf Pattern by Two Brothers Blankets

This Majestic Keyhole Scarf is both super toasty and super cool looking. The scarf is worked up with three strands held together, bulky style. The three strands make it so, so thick and cozy. Also, it works up quickly.

Your neck can be warm in just a couple of hours. This scarf lays nice and flat underneath without creating extra bulk. ‘Cause who needs extra bulk? No one!

Majestic Free Crochet Keyhole Scarf Pattern by Two Brothers Blankets

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19. Easy Keyhole Scarf Crochet Pattern by Hook And Loop Boutique

This Easy Keyhole Scarf is designed to be a classic crochet scarf that appeals to a broad audience. The pull through (keyhole) design ensures that the scarf will not slip off when wearing.

It’s perfect for cold winter months! Both the elegance and functionality of this scarf make it perfect for selling at your markets or gifting to your relatives and friends! 

Easy Keyhole Scarf Crochet Pattern by Hook And Loop Boutique

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20. Enchanted Keyhole Scarf Crochet Pattern by Simply Hooked By Janet

This scarf is a keyhole/pull-through style scarf. It only uses chain, single crochet and double crochet stitches. This scarf also has an easy 2 row repeat so you can work this up while enjoying your favorite tv show.

You will need 165 yards of a bulky weight yarn to make this scarf. This style scarf is really nice because it fits so well under a coat or jacket compared to a regular long scarf that you wrap around your neck. 

Enchanted Keyhole Scarf Crochet Pattern by Simply Hooked By Janet

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21. Mesh Lace Keyhole Scarf Crochet Pattern by Girl Power Designs

 A sweet, lacy keyhole scarf with tiny scallops in a pretty floral colored yarn to enjoy while we wait for the first blooms of Spring! Pull one end of the scarf through the slit in the other for an instant, comfortable, neck warmer style. This Mesh Lace Keyhole Scarf is worked from side to side in an easy mesh stitch that is nicely complimented by the multicolored yarn.

Mesh Lace Keyhole Scarf Crochet Pattern by Girl Power Designs

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22. In The Neighborhood Keyhole Scarf Crochet Pattern by Underground Crafter

This In The Neighborhood Keyhole Scarf is a traditional scarf, but you can still wrap it snuggly around your neck for maximum warmth. This particular keyhole scarf uses some great textures made from simple stitches.

In The Neighborhood Keyhole Scarf Crochet Pattern by Underground Crafter

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23. Winni Keyhole Scarf Crochet Pattern by SLF Creations

This Winni Triangle Scarf is a one-skein project, with a unique keyhole design. No need to fuss with trying to make the scarf look right on, just wrap, slip the end through the keyhole and knot. Perfect accessory for any time of year. 

Winni Keyhole Scarf Crochet Pattern by SLF Creations

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24. Hooded Keyhole Scarf Crochet Pattern by Simply Hooked By Janet

What is unique about this scarf is that it is worked in 2 halves. Once each half is completed it is then seamed to form the hooded section. Another unique aspect of this scarf is the keyhole design. A hooded scarf with a pull-through feature! What more could you ask for!?

This pattern is an easy beginner friendly design that uses 4 basic stitcheschain, single crochet, half double crochet and double crochet. The majority of the stitches are half double crochet with the single and double crochet stitches not added until the border of the scarf.

Hooded Keyhole Scarf Crochet Pattern by Simply Hooked By Janet

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25. Chunky Keyhole Scarf Crochet Pattern by Made With A Twist

When you’re looking for a quick and easy crochet project that creates a beautifully, giftable scarf, this Chunky Keyhole Scarf Crochet Pattern got you covered! This super chunky, self-striping scarf is designed in mandala yarn for a soft, colorful and gorgeous pull through scarf in just one hour. 

Chunky Keyhole Scarf Crochet Pattern by Made With A Twist

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GET COMFY AND PREPARE FOR AN EASY AND FUN CROCHET DAY WITH THESE KEYHOLE SCARF CROCHET PATTERNS!

For each of the scarves that you make, please share the progress pictures to our Facebook Page, we’d love to see what color you crocheted your scarves in. And if you really appreciate warmth (as much as we do), we have a lot more crochet patterns for scarvescowls, and shawls. You should try them out too!

These keyhole scarf crochet patterns are a true showstopper – without a doubt! Do not think twice — prepare and use your yarn and hooks and start making one today!