Cosmos Scarf


"During a recent trip to Hobby Lobby, in my current quest to branch out and add more colored yarns to my patterns, I came across Yarn Bee Dazzling yarn. Most of the color options didn’t do much for me, but a skein of “Morning Haze” practically jumped off the shelf and into my cart (you’ve had that happen before too, right?). It is soooo pretty! The steely purple, blue and gray color changes are long and subtle (just how I like them), and a continuous metallic thread gives the yarn such a pretty reflective finish. When I first started playing with it, I was afraid that my 3rd loop stitches would get completely lost in the busyness of the yarn. And while they certainly don’t jump off the scarf, one of the things I love about the finished product is the understated texture that is magnified when the light hits it in a certain way!"


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

Crochet Gauge8 rows of 8 HHDC = 2" square

Finished Size7" tall x 60" around

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We currently dont have a Hobby Lobby for more than 100 miles around, so Ive rarely had a chance to pop into one of their stores. Ive never bought their yarn, so with a new store coming to our area, Im looking forward to seeing what they have. This project uses the Herringbone Half Doublea stitch I havent workedso I was delighted to see the designer both explained it as well as posting another bloggers tutorial.

Lovely pattern in just my kind of color combo. The Herringbone Half Double looks easy enough from reading the pattern. Have not used this yarn but it sounds heavenly from the discription. Looks like a trip to Hobby Lobby is coming up.

I really like the look of this Cosmos Scarf, I need to find the yarn she used. I have to say I have never done the Herringbone stitch, let alone the Herringbone Half Double Crochet stitch. I so like learning new stitches and even though this isn't a new stitch it is to me. I have not had a pattern using it until now and I'm ready to jump in. The written pattern sounds like it will work out great and it's easy to follow. This one is on my to do list!! Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet pattern.


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