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7 Faux Fur Winter Garments and Accessories [Free Crochet Patterns]

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Have you heard about the hottest trend of the season already? Faux fur crochet ideas are so hot right now! It would be hard not to hear about them because wonderful furry clothes and accessories have taken all the fashion capitals worldwide by storm. Time for the crochet and knitting community now! The patterns included in this fabulous selection of Faux Fur Winter Garment will certainly inspire you to spice up your wardrobe for autumn and winter. Check out the free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook and Pinterest for more creative ideas!

If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Chunky Textured Beanies and Color Block Pullovers.

1. Faux Fur Sweater Scarf free crochet pattern

When the snow and the cold are chilling our bones, dressing up in layers might not be enough. There’s a particularly comforting feeling in touching and wrapping yourself in something soft and furry. Wilma’s newest project is not only warm but also very stylish. It’s a mix between a sweater and a wrap – so clever!

Level: upper beginner Author: Wilma Westenberg

Two pictures of a woman wearing a white sweater.

photos by Wilma Westenberg / ravelry.com

Find this pattern on wilmade.com, or read more on ravelry.com.

2. Faux Fur Snood free crochet pattern

To an untrained eye, this snood is a store-bought piece, but you and I know that it’s actually handmade! All you need to make it is a faux-fur yarn and a big crochet hook. Although this project doesn’t use any complicated techniques, this type of yarn can be very tricky to work with. It takes some time and practice to see the stitches!

Level: beginner Author: Nicole Riley

Two pictures of a woman wearing a pink hooded scarf.

photos by Nicole Riley / ravelry.com

Find this pattern on nickishomemadecrafts.com, or read more on ravelry.com.

3. Faux Fur Coat Free Crochet Pattern

It’s really hard to find designs that are both elegant and perfect for everyday wear. Faux Fur Coat is unquestionably classy and warm enough to keep you from the cold in the best style throughout the season. The neutral color makes it so versatile too!

Level: upper beginner Author: Mama in a Stitch

Crochet Faux Fur Coat

The original pattern and the photos are on mamainastitch.com.

4. Fur Infinity Scarf Free Crochet Pattern

Infinity Scarves are very popular because they are both practical and very stylish. If you crochet one in faux fur, it will undoubtedly become the hottest accessory in your wardrobe! So original and cool, it will amaze everyone around!

Level: upper beginner Author: Ashlea Konecny

Crochet Faux Fur Infinity Scarf

Find this pattern on hearthookhome.com, or read more on ravelry.com.

5. Annie Bucket Hat Free Crochet Pattern

This is such a special crochet pattern just released by brilliant designer Alexandra Tavel. If you have already made enough beanies for winter, you should certainly think about something else. This stylish bucket hat will spice up all your outfits!

Level: upper beginner Author: Alexandra Tavel

Crochet Bucket Hat

Find this pattern on twoofwands.com, or read more on ravelry.com.

6. Rugged Landscapes Gilet Free Crochet Pattern

Quick and easy to make and so stylish! This crochet gilet made with lush faux fur yarn will surely be among your favorite pieces this autumn and winter. Pick your favorite yarn color and follow the instructions by Carrie M Chambers!

Level: upper beginner Author: Carrie M Chambers

Crochet Gilet

Find this pattern on crochetwithcarrie.com, or read more on ravelry.com.

7. Soirée Stole Free Crochet Pattern

Your perfect winter soirée stole! Fluffy, warm, fashionable. This accessory designed by Alexandra Tavel evidently ticks all the boxes! All the crochet-loving fashionistas certainly adore this author’s patterns for accessories. Try for yourself!

Level: upper beginner Author: Alexandra Tavel

Crochet Stole

Find this pattern on twoofwands.com, or read more on ravelry.com.

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