Free Crochet Scarf with Sleeves Pattern

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This free scarf with sleeves pattern uses filet crochet. It’s deceptively easy to make this fashionable wrap-around sweater with a mesh pattern.

Wrap yourself in elegance with this stunning crochet sweater scarf. It features an open mesh filet crochet design, which looks intricate but uses basic stitches and is easy to learn. It’s made from a bamboo merino blend, making it both breathable and warm.

This a perfect pattern for the advanced beginner who wants to take their crochet skills to the next level. The whole thing is made from one big piece with minimal sewing. Because of its simplicity, it’s also a great choice to make for a first garment.

You’ll find reasons to wear this versatile piece over and over again. It’s casual enough to throw it on for extra warmth at a football game. Or you can dress it up and wear it for date night.

Crochet Scarf With Sleeves

Filet Crochet Pattern Collection

If you have always wanted to try filet crochet, this pattern is a great one to start with. It looks complex but filet crochet is actually a beginner-friendly technique made with simple double crochets and chains. Follow the graph (provided below) to make the mesh design of this sweater scarf crochet pattern.

Once you’re hooked on filet crochet, you’ll be happy to know that this scarf with sleeves is not my first filet crochet pattern. In fact, you can get 29 other filet crochet patterns, 30 extra graphs, and 26 filet crochet video tutorials in my new ebook.

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The ebook includes all these filet crochet patterns, stitches, and tips. Additionally, they are organized per category and difficulty, from beginner to more advanced patterns. And for those visual learners, the ebook also includes lots of videos so you can see how the technique is done.

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More Free Filet Crochet Patterns

Are you looking for more filet crochet garment patterns? Here are a few you may also like:

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  2. Celtic Weave Shawl
  3. Rose Filet Crochet Shawl
  4. I Love Yarn Top

To start, let me now give you the supplies you need in order to crochet this beautiful pattern.

How to Crochet the Sweater Scarf Crochet Pattern

Materials you will need


4 sts x 2 rows = 1 square inch


13 x 104 inches (S – XL)

Stitches used in the pattern

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Free Written Pattern for the Wrap Around Sweater Scarf with Sleeves

Pattern Notes

Due to the uniqueness of this wrap scarf, multiple sizes can use one piece. 

For sizes S-XL, Ch 410

For sizes 2XL and bigger, Ch 450

MAKE SURE to crochet a CHAINLESS FOUNDATION ROW (combines row 1 and the chain) to make sure the first and last row stretch the same way for the wrapping.

Written Instructions for the Sweater Scarf

Open mesh pixel (white – O) = ch 1, sk 1, 1 dc

Closed Mesh pixel (black – X)  = 1 dc in the next 2 sts

Row 1: (crochet this row at the same time as the chain with the chainless foundation row) 50 sc stitches, place a marker in the last st worked, crochet the 3DC Filet Crochet Graph Pattern below until the last 50 sts, and place a marker in this st, crochet 50 sc sts, turn.

Row 2: sc in BL of each st up to and including marked st, crochet the 3DC Filet Crochet Graph Pattern below until next marker, sc in BL of each st to end, turn.

Repeat Row 2, but the only section that changes is the filet crochet section in the center, according to the graph below

Repeat until you have 34 rows

Mesh Wrap Around Sweater Scarf Pattern Graph

Filet Crochet Sweater Scarf Graph

Graph Written Out

Repeat each row multiple times, in the stitches between the stitch markers

Row 1: (X) x 18

Row 2: (X) x 18

Row 3: (X) x 18

Row 4: (O) x 1, (X) x 1, (O) x 1, (X) x 1, (O) x 1, (X) x 1, (O) x 1, (X) x 1, (O) x 1, (X) x 1, (O) x 1, (X) x 1, (O) x 1, (X) x 1, (O) x 1, (X) x 1, (O) x 1, (X) x 1

For sizes 2XL and larger, add at least 10 additional rows (to make sure the arm sleeve fits).

Filet Crochet Wrap Around Sweater Scarf with Sleeves
Filet Crochet Wrap Around Sweater Scarf with Sleeves


Once done, sew the arm sleeves (the 50 stitches on each side) first and last row together using the mattress stitch. 

The wrap-around scarf sweater with sleeves can be wrapped in 2 different ways:

Either the wrap is crossed in the FRONT or in the BACK.

MORE Scarf, Cowl, and Shawl Crochet Patterns

This pattern may have the word scarf in it, but I personally will use it more like a shawl, wrapped around me to keep me warm and cozy, yet stylish and fun.

This pattern can also be found in the Neck Accessories Made Easy Ebook with 65 patterns, which are 23 scarves, 23 cowls, and 19 shawls.

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Scarf with Sleeves Crochet Pattern

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