11+ Stunning Free Crochet Patterns for Landscapes Yarn!

If you want to crochet colorful, striped items without the need for tons of color changes, look no further than Lion Brand’s Landscapes Yarn. It’s a worsted-weight acrylic yarn, so it’s great for beginners and experienced crocheters alike. Plus, it’s conveniently machine washable.

Landscapes Yarn comes in a variety of colorways that evoke images of sunrise and sunset, and it’s perfect for creating stunning crochet projects like the ones in this round-up!

1. Beginner Crochet Leg Warmers

Free pattern by B.Hooked Crochet here!

The self-striping feature of Landscapes yarn really comes through in these beautiful legwarmers that will keep you cozy all winter long! They call for only simple stitches—chain, double crochet, and slip stitch—so they’re an easy winter project! The pattern includes a video tutorial and also instructions for adjusting the legwarmers’ size.

2. Cosmos Circle #Scarfie

Free pattern by Teresa Chorzepa for Lion Brand Yarn here!

This cozy “scarfie” cowl is another great item that will keep you warm in winter, and it only requires one skein of yarn. It uses easy stitches and is worked as a rectangle and then sewn into a loop, so it’s a good beginner project. Plus, the striped effect and diamond-like pattern make the scarf absolutely gorgeous!

3. Misty Moors Scarf

Free pattern by Teresa Chorzepa for Lion Brand Yarn here!

If you prefer a more traditional scarf to a cowl, check out this delicate Misty Moors Scarf, which evokes a beautiful foggy morning. The pattern uses two Landscapes colorways, and it only requires a few color changes. The pattern has both written instructions and a chart, so it’s a great project for beginners.

4. Zephyr Shawl

Free pattern by Michele Maks for Lion Brand Yarn here!

This super stunning shawl is worked in three pieces. The center piece is a simple granny square and the side pieces are rows that are worked from the edges of the center piece. The self-striping yarn works so well here to create distinct distinct rows of color, and the easy stitches make it a perfect project for crocheters of any level.

5. The Skyscape Shrug

Free pattern by Evelyn and Peter Crochet here!

Want a shrug rather than a shawl? Check out this Skyscape Shrug pattern, which can bring to mind a cloudy day or a sunny one depending on the colorway you choose. This is an easy, meditative pattern because it consists of repeating rows and simple stitches—just make sure you know how to do foundation single crochet and how to work into the third loop of a half-double crochet. The pattern also includes sizing guidance and a diagram for seaming the sleeves.

6. Sweet Harmony Messy Bun Hat

Free pattern by Made with a Twist here!

We’ve covered shawls, scarves, and leg warmers, but you’ll probably want a hat to stay cozy this winter, too! This Messy Bun Hat is a great beginner project because it works up in just an hour, calls for only one skein of yarn, and uses easy stitches. And the opening at the top means you won’t have to struggle to stuff all your hair under the hat—just pull your hair through in a ponytail or a bun!

7. Pom Beret

Free pattern by Margery Winter for Lion Brand Yarn here!

Another cozy hat option is this cute Pom Beret that’s topped with a fluffy pom-pom! Lion Brand Yarn lists it as an “intermediate” pattern, but it calls for easy stitches, so as long as you’re comfortable with triple crochet and working into chain spaces, you’ll be able to create this stunning accessory.

8. Boardwalk Bag

Free pattern by Moogly here!

This Boardwalk Bag is a super useful project: you can use it to store yarn or crochet projects, as a purse, at the beach, or in any number of other ways! Plus, the striped effect from Landscapes Yarn is absolutely gorgeous. The pattern has a few more-complex techniques, like quad treble stitches and working in the third loop, but it also includes links to tutorials, so this is a great project for crocheters who feel ready to learn new things.

9. Peabody Hat and Mitts

Free pattern by Jodi Lewanda for Lion Brand Yarn here!

You’ll certainly stay warm this winter with this matching hat and mitt set! The fun geometrical pattern is achieved by seaming together two pieces for each of the mitts and also for the hat. The stitches are very simple, so it’s a nice pattern for beginner crocheters!

10. Tilted Blocks Cowl

Free pattern by Lion Brand Yarn here!

This beautiful rainbow cowl uses two colorways of Landscapes Yarn to achieve its fun striped look. The pattern calls for easy stitches, so as long as you’re comfortable with color changes, carrying strands, and working in chain spaces, this project will be a breeze.

11. Happy #Scarfie

Free pattern by Lion Brand Yarn here!

Don’t let the simplicity of this pattern fool you: the stripes created by Landscapes Yarn make it a very stylish scarf. The pattern is incredibly easy because it calls for only chains and half-double crochet stitches. Plus, it’s worked in repeating rows, so it’s a nice meditative project that you can make progress on while relaxing, watching TV, or even while on the go.

12. Saratoga Hat

Free pattern by Lion Brand Yarn here!

Last but not least, this slouchy Saratoga Hat is a fun, colorful project thanks to Lion Brand’s self-striping yarn. It’s also super easy to make because it uses simple stitches and only requires one skein of yarn. The brim is worked in back-and-forth rows, while the main part of the hat is worked in rounds, so this is a good project if you want to get experience with both techniques.

Which project are you picking from this round-up? No matter what you choose, it’ll be stunning thanks to Landscapes Yarn!