Warm wraps, ponchos, scarves and shawls to keep your shoulders toasty

Beginner and expert crafters alike will find something pretty and warm to wear in this collection of free crochet and knitting patterns for handmade, wearable crafts.

Knit crafts
Do you love crafts? Sign up for CanadianLiving.com's craft newsletter, Get Crafty.

Chilly fall weather just begs for warm and slouchy knits. Beautiful hand-crafted scarves, shawls, wraps and ponchos not only look great and keep you comfortable, they're also a fantastic way to stretch your summer wardrobe into autumn. Try layering the fabulous slouchy cowl collar over your favourite summer sweater, or slip on the ultra-soft mini-poncho over a tee with jeans for a casual weekend look. Whether you knit, crochet or sew there's a cosy scarf for you in our collection.

To knit:

Learn how to make a soft and silky eco-friendly scarf
Discover how you can keep warm and cosy this winter with this easy-to-knit scarf.


Knit a slouchy cowl collar
One of the hottest accessories this winter, a slouchy cowl collar is also one of the warmest to wear.

Knit a ribbed shrug
This stylish shrug will keep your shoulders warm on cool evenings.

Knit a mini-poncho
How to make this stylish addition to your everyday wardrobe.

Knit a long rainbow scarf
Brighten even the dreariest winter day with this colourful scarf.

Knit a mohair scarf or wrap
This cosy scarf or wrap is knit rom just one or two balls of luxurious Rowan Kidsilk Haze – it's an affordable luxury project that's perfect for intermediate knitters.

Knit a cabled scarf
Stay cosy when it's cold outside with this cable-knit hat and scarf set.

Knit a striped, skinny scarf
This cosy scarf is in the round, creating a warm, double-layered fabric.

Knit a handy scarf with case
This light-weight scarf with case will come in handy on cool evenings and chilly offices.

Bow knot scarf
This clever scarf, made from novelty yarn, can be whipped up in no time.

  • 1
  • 2
All rights reserved. TVA Group Inc. 2016