Bobbley Winter Scarf

Bobbley Winter Scarf

Bobbley Winter Scarf
Bobbley Winter Scarf

"A scarf full of bobbles that will keep you warm in the winter. The scarf is worked in multiples of 12 plus 7. The pattern is written in American terminology. the scarf is approximately 168 cm X 20 cm / 66 inch X 8 inch. Level : intermediate Yarn: Kartopu bebe 100% acrylic 50 g/ 150 mt in colors K019 ( 4 Skeins) and K763 ( 2 skeins), with a hook size 4.00 mm. special sts used : Bobble stitch"

Difficulty LevelIntermediate

Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight(2) Fine (23-26 stitches to 4 inches)

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To me, this is a great scarf because of the texture you can actually see for this bobbley winter scarf. I think I want to make mine in a main color a winter blue and contrasted with white but then would the bobbles show. I guess before I make the final decision I will have to do a swatch first.

This bobbley winter scarf is to say the least not your typical winter scarf. During the winter we are so concerned with warmth over beauty sometimes. With this in your closet you can have them both. I think I would change the colors used though even though pink is my favorite. I tend to not be able to keep anything in the white fairly clean for long.

I think I have discovered my favorite scarf of the season! It is so simple to work up and looks just like its been threaded with pink ribbon (although you could use any color youd like). It would make a beautiful baby blanket, too. Its worked lengthwise, beginning with a VERY long chain, but theres no reason not to start with a Foundation Single Crochet instead.

I saw this a year ago and saved it but never had a chance to make it. Seeing it again rocked my memory. I want to make it to take with me on my trip North this holiday season. I will be making a few changes. Maroon with good trim and bobbles.

Sounds like a wonderful color scheme. I'm wondering how well it would go with Christmas colors.

This is such a beautifully unique pattern! I love the lengthwise stripes with the bobbles in each type of stripe being different. The bobbles and the delicate pink gives this scarf a very feminine appeal. It's nice that the artist gives us the multiples for adjusting the size to fit our desires and I can see creating this as a scarf and/or wrap by tweaking it a bit!

A scarf full of bobbles. This is a very pretty pattern and it reminds me so much of a Jewish-style prayer shawl. I see several patterns on her site that have caught my attention and I am going to check them out while I am there. I really like the day light colors scarf and hat set. Love the colors.

I like the look of this Bobbley Winter Scarf. After reading the written pattern, I see there is no stitch guide so I assume the bobble stitch that is being used is the 5 double crochet, single crochet combo as in the video. Has anyone made this one, if so how did it turn out? Did you use the bobble stitch directions in the video? That is my only problem with this pattern, I have seen patterns with 3 or 4 double crochet stitches, so not sure. Thank you for sharing this free crochet pattern.

Bobble stitch, popcorn stitch, what ever you call it, it always adds something very nice to your project. I have used it in making purses. I do the backside in double crochet and the front in bobbles. Or sometimes just half the front. You can do them in a stripe pattern too. Try this project and see how pretty and easy it is.

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