Fringes are basically aesthetic workarounds that oftentimes, attempt to find a way out of the difficult parts of crocheting, like the edges. This isn’t to say, however, that they’re mere “hacks” that should be avoided by more experienced crocheters. In fact, this list shows you interesting (some classic, some new) fringe crochet pattern ideas you could try.
By the way, if you want to level up your crochet skills, check out our top five intermediate crochet stitches!
My Top 20 Fringe Crochet Pattern
1. Brush Rose Crochet Scarf – This scarf comes with a quick and easy pattern – perfect for beginners looking to add a touch of pink to their wardrobes without going overboard.
Materials needed: 5.30oz worsted weighted blush rose yarn and Ivory for the fringe, 10mm (N) crochet hook, scissors, and a yarn needle. You’ll need to be know how to complete a chain, double crochet, and round.
2. Loop de Loop Art Deco Scarf – With a unique take on fringes and the broomstick crochet, this scarf’s one-of-a-kind design is sure to be a head-turner. Only downside is that is that this pattern isn’t free.
Materials needed: 550 – 600 yards of fingering yarn in one color, 3.5mm (E) crochet hook, and scissors.
3. Textured Jute Rug – This charmingly rustic textured jute rug is perfect as a front door rug or it could even be modified to be a runner for your dinning room table. Meg does warn that this string is tough on your arms which, may require extra time to complete to avoid too much irritation.
Materials needed: 1575 feet of jute string that’s 2mm wide, 6.5mm (K) crochet hook, yarn needle, and scissors. You’ll need to be know how to complete a chain, single crochet, yarn over, mini puff stitch, and stitch(es).
4. Afghan with a Touch of the South West – This southwest-inspired afghan uses fringes as a pretty (and sneaky) way to avoid having to weave the ends of multicolor blankets. @Sunshine Creations they walk you through how to create this afghan using chain and stitches; then the rest is left up to you to put your own creative twist on this design.
5. Easy Crochet Spring Infinity Scarf – This scarf is perfect for warmer seasons with its openwork design and beautiful fringe crochet pattern. This scarf is great for beginners because it’s done with single crochet only.
Materials needed: light yarn (size 3) in one color, 10mm (N) crochet hook, tapestry needle, and scissors.
6. Flower Scarf – Reminiscent of the well-loved dreamcatcher, this scarf is adorned with crochet flowers that look like small, pretty dream catchers. The fringes on the edges work rather well with this dreamcatcher aesthetic.
Materials needed: wool in dark brown, light brown, pink, and beige, 5mm (H) crochet hook, 2.5mm crochet hook, and scissors. You’ll need to be know how to complete a chain, double crochet, slip stitch, single crochet, triple crochet, half double crochet, puff stitch, and magic ring.
7. Bruges Lace Scarf with Corkscrew Fringe – This nautical scarf is perfect if you wish to learn how to crochet the basic Bruges Lace tape.
Materials needed: fingering yarn in two colors, 3.25mm (D) crochet hook, 2.5mm crochet hook, and scissors. You’ll need to be know how to complete a chain, double crochet, and slip stitch.
8. Bright Summer Poncho – For the bold, this bright summer poncho looks absolutely gorgeous with its bright set of colors and tassel fringes at the bottom.
Materials needed: Alize Bella Fingering, 3mm (D) crochet hook, and scissors. You’ll need to be know how to complete a chain, single crochet, double crochet, triple crochet, and slip stitch.
9. Cabled Throw Pillow – This irresistible throw pillow is both simple and elegant – perfect for any modern bedroom or living room.
Materials needed: one color of worsted weighted yarn, 5mm (H) crochet hook, 10x18 pre-made pillow, yarn needle, sewing pins, needle and thread, 3 one inch buttons and scissors. You’ll need to be know how to complete a chain, single crochet, front post double crochet, front post treble crochet, and stitch(es).
10. Ombré Canyon Poncho – Perfect for trips to the beach, a stroll down a street, or nights out, this poncho exudes sophistication while keeping it breezy and comfy even under warm weather.
Materials needed: four color of worsted weighted yarn, 8mm (L) crochet hook, tapestry needle, and scissors. You’ll need to be know how to complete chain, double crochet, granny clusters, slip stitch, stitch(es), front post double crochet, and working in the round.
11. Seascape Scarf – Looking for a fabulous beginner project? This sea-inspired scarf with fringe crochet pattern is relatively simple, yet comes with details that make it look absolutely stunning.
Materials needed: Araucania Patagonia, 8mm (L) crochet hook, tapestry needle, and scissors. You’ll need to be know how to complete chain and double crochet.
12. Crochet and Weave Granny Cowl with Fringes – Need a fabulous cowl with fringes at the bottom? This cowl works with granny squares, so if you’re looking to push your crocheting skills to the next level, try this project out.
Materials needed: medium and worsted weighted yarn, 5mm (H) crochet hook, and scissors. You’ll need to be know how to complete chain, stitch, and double crochet.
13. Coral Fringe Triangular Shawl – Cool enough for spring and warm enough for winter, this open stitch shawl is one of the most stylish and versatile shawls you’ll ever make.
Materials needed: Studio By Nicole Storybook Lullaby in Papaya, 5mm (H) crochet hook, and scissors. You’ll need to be know how to complete chain, single crochet, and double crochet.
14. Easy Afghan – With a half double crochet stitch, the author of this pattern calls it the “World’s Easiest Crocheted Afghan.” With simplicity at its core, this afghan is best for beginners.
Materials needed: 4 colors of worsted weighted yarn, 5.5mm (I) crochet hook, and scissors. You’ll need to be know how to complete chain and half double crochet.
15. DIY Chunky Crochet Scarf with Fringe – Add a little fringe to a scarf for a new and fun looking design. I like how this pattern uses one color but, looks so unique.
Materials needed: worsted weighted yarn, 9mm (M) crochet hook, and scissors. You’ll need to be know how to complete chain and single crochet.
16. Sweater Vest with Fringe – What a fun take on fringe and crocheting! Also, this design could be used almost year round since it’s light weight and without sleeves. This is also a beginners designs-what’s not to love? Meg breaks down what dimensions to make this design based on size.
Materials needed: fingering yarn, 5mm (H) crochet hook, and scissors. You’ll need to be know how to complete chain, stitch(es) and double crochet.
17. Funky Fringe Pillow – Need a funky accent pillow? This fringe pillow has a balanced mix of spunk and laid-back vibes – perfect for the living room or bedroom.
Materials needed: worsted weight, 5mm (H) crochet hook, 18″ x 18″ pillow, 4-8 half-inch buttons, yarn needle, needle and thread, and scissors. You’ll need to be know how to complete chain, stich(es), bobble stitch, half double crochet, and double crochet.
18. The Millipede Scarf – Bored of your usual scarfs? This millipede scarf is comfortable and eye-catching because of its unique design. The best part is that even though you need to buy this pattern, it is beginner and budget-friendly.
Materials needed: Lana Grossa Mille II yarn, 6mm (J) crochet hook, yarn needle, and scissors. You’ll need to be know how to complete chain and double crochet.
19. Diamond Berry Stitch Blanket – This sweet, diamond pattern blanket with berry stitches is a fun project for those who love the more subtle diamond pattern crochets.
Materials needed: bulky weight yarn, 6mm (J) crochet hook, tapestry needle, and scissors. You’ll need to be know how to complete chain, single crochet, stich, half double crochet, and double crochet.
20. Boho Cowl -this looks stunning in gray as pictured as well as in multi color. I love how modern this look is! It’s be great to wear yourself or make as a fantastic gift!
Materials needed: worsted weight yarn, 5mm (H) crochet hook, large tapestry needle, three large buttons (3/4 – 1 inch), needle and thread, and scissors. You’ll need to be know how to complete chain, single crochet, front post double crochet, back post double crochet, foundation double crochet, double crochet, bobble stitch, puff stitch, and stitches.
On The Fringes of Art
As you can see, fringes aren’t something to shy away from if you’re a little bit more experienced; with new techniques and “hacks” come new interesting ways to make crocheting and art, in general, much more unique and personalized. The fringe crochet pattern is a testament to the ingenuity of crocheters, and now you can stand on their shoulders and enjoy the crafty fringe crochet patterns out there and in this article. Happy Crocheting! #justcraftingaround
I’m a stay at home mom with our two kids. I really enjoy doing crafts with my kids however, that is typically a challenge with how limited their attention span can be and how messy it gets. So, I’m always looking for ways to make crafting an enjoyable experience and creating fond memory for all of us.