Autumn Breeze Buttoned Scarf

Autumn Breeze Buttoned Scarf

Autumn Breeze Buttoned Scarf
Autumn Breeze Buttoned Scarf

"October #SCARFOFTHEMONTHCLUB2017 Free Crochet Pattern. Looking for a quick to crochet gift? Make this one-skein scarf project in just a couple of hours. The stitch pattern is an easy to remember one row repeat and you can customize your scarf to any size you want. One skein can make a finished scarf measuring 8 inches wide by 48 inches long. Add buttons to provide multiple styling options or seam the two ends simply with a whipstitch to create a lovely soft and squishy cowl. You can substitute any yarn and hook for this stitch pattern - just remember when you substitute if your gauge is different, the finished size of your project will also be different."

Notestwo 2-inch buttons

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookL/11 or 8 mm hook

Yarn Weight(6) Super Bulky/Super Chunky (4-11 stitches for 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge9 stitches and 2 rows

Finished Size8 inches wide by 48 inches long

Materials List

  • Caron Tea Cakes

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The style of this Autumn Breeze buttoned scarf is more suited to mothers or aunts. I personally don't go for it because I don't want a shawl that stays only in one place. Besides, I don't want buttoned shawls. Although there are women who like this style very much.

This crocheter gives two thumbs up for the yarn choice! I love it. I have made oversized sweaters and shawls using the Caron Tea Cakes yarn. Truly it is a joy to work with and the finished projects come out looking so expensive! I like the idea of the buttons for customizing but I can never figure out the best way to attach my big buttons so that they stay put! I may just join the ends together for a delightful cowl!

This is such a pretty scarf, and I love that the designer shows a couple of different ways of wearing it. I prefer cowls over scarves anyway, but these new lapped scarves are really appealing, too. This easy to read pattern is available to print out, download or even email to yourself or anyone else you please. I like the scarf of the month series, but this is my favorite for the months offerings.

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