Cult of Crochet

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Snowflake scarf

My most recent crocheting project was this snowflake scarf. It was fairly quick to make and once it’s blocked it is lovely and lacy. If you want to give it a try then the pattern is by Elizabeth Myers and is available to download for free from Ravelry.

 

 

 

 

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5 Responses

  1. I want the pattern you show here which is fuller then the on Ravelry. Are they different patterns? Such a lovely pattern here!
    Thank you,
    Sherry

    • Crochet Geek says:

      I just used the pattern from the ravelry link – I think it depends on the thickness of yarn you use as to exactly how it turns out. I used thinner than DK – whatever is the next thickness down – which is thicker than the lace yarn used in the original pattern. I think they used 2-ply and mine was 4-ply. I think it would look good in any yarn though – just use a bigger hook!

  2. Aine says:

    WOW!! What a beautiful scarf and not “geeky” unless you want it to be…*smile* You really did a wonderful job on this.

  3. What a beautiful scarf! You’ve done a wonderful job! I’ve been on a bit of a scarf making kick recently. Thank you so much for the link!

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