Angled Clusters Scarf


Angled Clusters Scarf

Angled Clusters Scarf
Angled Clusters Scarf

"The Angled Clusters Scarf was designed to be over-sized so that the wearer had many options for wrapping up in its 82 inches of warmth and softness while still looking great! You also get to choose whether you would like to make it in one solid color or with stripes. It makes a great gift for any occasion! The pattern uses hdc's and cluster stitches in an easy repeat. There is a detailed explanation of how to execute the cluster stitch within the pattern for your convenience as well as a photo tutorial for the cluster stitch."


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge6 clusters and 2 dcs of a cluster by 8 rows (cluster to hdc) in a 4” (10cm) square

Finished Size82” Length x 8” Width

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Wow I love the look and texture of this Angled Clusters Scarf! The pattern is well written and easy to follow. I love the look of the brown and almond striped scarf. I think this one will be much heavier due to the two colors being carried up. But the Clusters will looks so striking. I saved this one and will be making it for this cold winter. Everyone needs a nice long scarf. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet pattern.

Beautiful scarf. A great accessorizing item for all your casual outfits. Weather can be so unpredictable this time of year and you just never know how to dress. You can dress lightly and carry this scarf with you just in case it turns out to be a little chillier than what you expected.

I love the cluster stitch. I had never done it before, and once I learned how to do it, I ended up making no less than three cowls out of this worsted weight yarn that had an iridescent metallic thread running through it. The stitch is so lovely and quite fun to work up! It gives a nice texture which I like. For this angled long scarf, I prefer seeing it in the striped version because it really makes the pattern come alive.


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