I LOVE this scarf! It is hands down, one of the most beautiful scarves I’ve ever designed, and surprisingly easy to crochet…..if you are an experienced crocheter.
A beginner could crochet this scarf too, however, you’ll need to be familiar with a few stitches before your try it.
The pattern calls for Back and Front Post Double Crochets, as well as Back and Front Post Triple Crochets. If you have no idea how to crochet those, you can check out the video tutorial for the scarf.
Yarn: 2 skeins of #1 fingering yarn. I used Woolike, by Loops and threads. Each skein is 678 yds / 620 m, and I used about 3/4 of the skeins.
Tunisian Hook: 4.25 mm
Additional materials: Scissors, & needle (any needle you can fit your yarn through will work).
Notes: You crochet this pattern using both skeins simultaneously to make the yarn a little thicker and easier to work with.
Sizing: 7 in (17 cm) wide, and it can be as long as you want.
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