Here are some patterns for Scarves, Cowls, Neckwarmers, Head Scarfs, Hats, Mittens and Gloves, and Wristwarmers. Enjoy these cozy bits that keep us warm and fashionable.
Scarves, Cowls, and Neckwarmers:
Beaded Cobweb-lace Scarf- this would not be super warm, but makes a nice accessory.
Kiss Me Neck Warmer- simple cowl
Hooded Scarf- the stitch pattern creates an interesting wave texture
Earth and Sky scarf- this stitch with contrasting colors creates an interesting feather design
Champlain One Skein Neck Scarf- neat wooden toggle detail
Andrew's Keepsake Scarf- rows of tunisian and rows of shells
Flower Scarf- flowers in place of fringe at the end
Two Part Harmony- I love the contrasting colors
Lacy Fan Scarf- picture and diagram only
June Slant Stitch Scarf- I love the texture made from this stitch, it also looks awesome when you work the length of the scarf as well.
Rosa Deascena Scarf- lacy scarf
Shaded Shells- very pretty stripes
Waikiki Scarf- light and lacy, lots of pineapples
Button Cowl- lots of ways to wear this one
Every Which Way Cowl- I love the unique stitch pattern, and how it lays around the neck
Bear Hugs Scarf- would be cute for a little one. It has bears on each end.
Fantascot- a very colorful neckwarmer, would make a great stash buster
Brights Hat and Scarf- very colorful and also looks functionally warm
Mesh Scarf With Posies- I really like the colorful flowers all over this
Granny Square Scarf- very pretty flower
Shimmer Cowl- I really like the texture and the trim on this one
Diagonal Crochet Scarf- looks like a great stash buster
Layered Ruffle Scarf- I have made this one a couple of times and I love how it turns out.
Fast Scarf with Pockets- the name says it all
Curly Swirly Scarf- ok, the name describes it perfectly
Clapochet- can be a scarf or a shawl. Interesting stitch worked in the diagonal
Bella Fluer Scarf- looks like a garland of flowers
Side to Side Scarf- very open stitching, would make a great stash buster
Starter Scarf- this does not look like a beginner project. It has lovely cables and a sophisticated look
Hairpin Lace and Flowers- pretty lacy scarf with flowers popping out all over
Give Me Warmth Scarf- done with curly-q yarn
Himalayan Dream Scarf- diamond lace done in silk yarn
Haptical Scarf- haptical refers to the sense of touch. This scarf has a lot of texture.
Glamor Girl- pink with faux fur at the tips. Scroll down to see it.
Cupcake Scarf- this would be a great gift for someone who loves to bake. The cupcakes at the end of the scarf look good enough to eat. This is a Jaybird design, free pattern, you may have to scroll down to find it.
Multi Motif Scarf- would make a great stash buster
Crocheted Mobius- nice lace texture but close enough to give some warmth
Winsome Scarf- interesting stitch pattern (PDF)
Shell Stitch hat and Scarf- I like the way this has almost an entrelac look to it.
Paradores Infinity Scarf- this is lovely and could even be a poncho/shawl
Gallup Belt- I see this more as a scarf than a belt
Rose-Decorated Hat and Scarf- looks warm and dressy with flowers on the brim
Doris Scarf- like a lacy ascot
Tickled Pink Scarf- lacy and feminine
Sea Shells Scarf- fashion statement
Pineapple Scarf- this is interesting with the feathery yarn used
Coffeehouse Cap- this is very cool looking for a guy
Stained Glass Scarf- this is really pretty, I am seeing more patterns with this "stained glass" techiniquand this is a good example
Scalloped Cowl- pretty and lacy and soft looking
Convertible Cowl- this could be worn as a neck warmer or a hood.
Ruffle Scarf- this would keep your neck warm a little and would be very nice as an accessory too.
Lacey Crochet Scarf- very open lace, feminine.
Cascade Scarf- nice accessory
Scarf and Hat- this set may not be super warm. But I like the shaded coloring of the set.
Squares Scarf and Hat set- very pretty motif, but not for cold climates. This might be a spring or fall set.
June Scarf done in Slant Stitch- I like this slant stitch look.
North-South Scarf- this would just be an accessory. The medallions might make an interesting motif for a matching sweater too.
Aspen Neck Warmer- this is such a pretty pattern. I made this for a friend of mine named Paula.
His Aspen Scarf- Ties in well with the Aspen Neck Warmer above
Ladybug Scarf and Hat- someday I have to make this for my friend Bonnie who is crazy for ladybugs.
Simple Scarf with an Optional Hood- this looks very warm. There are quite a few patterns on this same page, so you have to scroll down when you get there to see the scarf pattern.
Pocket Scarf- pdf file
Simple Textured Scarf- looks warm
Love Knot (Solomon's Knot) Scarf- this looks so airy, light, and lacy.
Irish Lace Scarf- lovely three dimensional roses
V-Stitch Scarf- this would work up so fast.
Greek Key Scarf- ideal for spring time accessory
Hairpin Lace Scarf- almost like jewelry.
Diamond Fillet Head Scarf with Optional Irish Rose- done in fillet crochet by chart
Lacy Kerchief- I love the fan stitches
Triangle Headscarf with Fillet Rose- this is such a pretty lace rose
Valentine Hat- but it has nothing to connect it to Valentine, so I like it
Phannie- slouchy beret with cool ribbing
Echelon- Cool squares around the brim
Winter Wheat Hat- plain but warm looking
Flower Hat- Big lacy flowers
Lovely in Lace- looks like it has some broomstick lace in it
Sideways Hat- this is worked in vertical rows, and looks like it would be very comfortable.
Bringham One Skein Hat - very lacy and feminine.
Anupriya- neat ear flap hat with bobbles running in diagonal for interest
Phannie- cool slouch with ribbing
Ribbed Hat- I like the ribbing
Soft Chemo Cap- the name says it all
Feminine Chemo Cap- this is a neat design. It is closed on top, for warmth, but vented with lacy stitches on the sides. Pretty flower too.
Stellar Hat- makes a round ripple slouch
Angora Tam- open mesh
Suzy's Butterfly Cap- very pretty butterfly design
Lake House Hat and Scarf- looks very fashionable and warm
Urban Jungle Hat- sloucy and fashionable
Tibetan Hat- with ear flaps
Garden Party Hat- this is a fun and sweet looking hat
St. Maurus Headwarmer- I like the cables on it
Adult Hat and Mitten Set- I like how the stripes run length wise in the mittens
Lattice Hat- this looks cool with the lattice stitches laying over others. Very textural.
Flapper Hat- nice shape
Mesh Hat- good for summer time, nice and cool
Cables Hat- not for a beginner unless you are really determined to learn cables.
Divine Hat- I like the way this has a sweep to it
Crocheted Cap- sort of a newsboy style cap
Giddyup Go- Cowboy style hat with a feminine flare
Peek-a-boo- open worked mesh with a flower on it. I like the edging too.
Bejeweled Beret- I like the way they decorated this with little jewels
Renaissance Rose Cap- pretty rose, purely decoration for the hair, great for the renaissance fair.
Hat Toppers- twirlies to add to top off hats instead of pom-poms
Flowering Granny- very pretty hat and Scarf set that uses a granny square flower as decoration.
Rippled Beret and Scarf- looks warm and the scarf could be done for a man or woman
Sydney- His and Hers Hats, have almost a tapestry look to them, would be very warm I think.
Hat Toppers- cute ideas for topping off that hat you just made
Mittens and Gloves:
Neon Bright Winter Warmers- an entire ensemble including mittens, hat, and scarf
Fingerless Mittens- I like the idea that you can slip your thumb out and then just scoot them up your arm so that you don't lose your mittens.
Afternoon Tea Fingerless Gloves- lacy and fancy, very pretty
Winter Wrist Warmers- ribbed cuffs, warm looking
Charmed Wrist Warmers- worked in diagonal, pretty
Wristers- nice flounce
Wrist warmers- but I think these are more like fingerless mittens