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Cake Dots Scarf

By: Sheila Alexander from havencottagehappenings.com
Updated March 02, 2018
Cake Dots Scarf
Cake Dots Scarf

"The Cake Dots Scarf is a very pretty scarf that uses one Caron Cake to complete. The pattern includes instructions to make an infinity scarf, a regular scarf, and even an over-sized scarf. The regular scarf takes one 7 oz. skein of worsted weight yarn. The example in the pattern is made with Red Heart. The over-sized scarf takes 12 oz. of worsted weight yarn. The example in the pattern uses Caron One Pound. The pattern could also be worked with less repeats to make a cowl."

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Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook, M/13 or 9 mm hook

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

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Seems that this scarf pattern has been around for a little while as the designer said it caused quite a stir when she first posted it because it was a rough draft with a lot of errors, but she didnt have time to fix it right away. Now she has updated the pattern and updated the yarn to Caron Cakes. We all love our cakes.

I can't express enough, just how much I love this colorway from the Caron Cakes yarn. I like this infinity scarf so much that I have saved it to my queue for future use! I may also say, the super scarf version is calling my name, too! For the price of one pound of yarn you can work up many of these in all the luscious colors available. It is a fairly easy pattern to remember, but there are 6 rows that comprise the pattern. It may take a couple of repeats to remember. But its is a fun and different look that makes it look expensive!

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