Autumn Sunset Super Scarf

Autumn Sunset Super Scarf
Autumn Sunset Super Scarf

"The super scarf trend is all the rage and this scarf fits right into the line up. It's made with a lighter weight worsted yarn in a bit of lacy stitch pattern so it allows for multiple wraps around the neck without adding extra bulk. I used a self striping yarn to achieve the lovely, subtle color changes, but a solid would look great too and really allow the stitch pattern to pop. The pattern is a very generous 96" long, but easy to shorten (or lengthen) as you like."


Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

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

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This is an amazing project. It's beautiful, it's extremely easy, it uses one of the best yarns I have ever tried and it's extra long. I have a friend up north who is almost six foot tall and those regular length scarves just don't do it for her. Thank you for posting this.

Pretty Scarf! This pattern calls for Red Heart Unforgettable which I have used in other crochet projects and I just love it! It works up well and has a wonderful drape which shows in the picture. It also has a subtle sheen -- not glitzy, just satiny looking.


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