Saturday, March 15, 2014

A Crochet Pattern: The "Snowman Scarf" Using Quaere Fibre Yarn


Photo credit:  Sarah of The Roasted Legend 
Isn't this a fun scarf?  I really enjoyed crocheting it! Working with this yarn was simply a pleasure.  The yarn is lovely and soft, making it perfect for a scarf.  (Or a host of other crochet and knitting projects!)  My daughter, Catherine, has decided the name of this scarf is "The Snowman Scarf".  I'm not sure why she choose that name, however, it has stuck.  (Read more about this fabulous yarn and the beginning of this project.)

Photo credit:  Sarah of The Roasted Legend
Yarn: Bifrost on Tweed from Quaere Fibre

Hook: F

Gauge: Doesn't really matter for this project.



Chain 36.  (You can customize this pattern by chaining in any multiple of four.)

Row 1: In fourth chain (ch) from hook two double crochet (dc), chain one, two double crochet (dc).  That makes one "fan".  *Skip three chains (ch) and two double crochet (dc), chain one, two double crochet (dc)*.  Repeat between ** until end.  Chain three and turn.

Row 2: Crochet one fan (2 dc, ch 1, 2 dc) in each chain one space of the fans below until end.  Chain three and turn.

Row 3: Repeat Row 2 until you reach the desired length.

If you want to make this into an infinity scarf then slip stitch the ends together -- making sure to match up the fans and stitch loosely.



The above crochet pattern gives the scarf a scalloped looking edge.  If you'd prefer a straight edge check out my All Seasons Infinity Scarf Pattern.




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7 comments:

  1. your scarf is gorgeous! Nice Work!

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  2. Hi Rachel -- the Snowman Scarf is adorable -- I would love to see a closeup view of the stitches... very pretty and thanks so much for the tute!

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  3. Great scarf - love the yarn and all the great colors in it.

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  4. Love your pattern. Still a beginner tho' but hoping to be able to do something like this by winter.
    Janeen van Niekerk

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  5. Lovely scarf! Thanks for sharing the pattern, too!

    Navy Wifey Peters @ Submarine Sunday Link Party

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