Lace Waves Crochet Scarf


Lace Waves Crochet Scarf

What would you do to have this gorgeous Lace Waves Crochet Scarf wrapped around your neck? You can crochet it yourself and learn a new technique, which is an special broomstick lace stitch. You'll definitely have some admirers when you wear this beautiful scarf out and about. We love how it changes colors too, which makes this crochet scarf even more appealing. All of your friends and family members will want one just like it, so be prepared to make more for gifts!


Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished Size7

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Pairing this yarn and the broomstick technique was a wonder design idea from the designer. This scarf could easily fetch a healthy price at any boutique because of its elegance and style. This scarf has a multitude of uses during any season of the year.

What a beautiful scarf and the yarn has me speechless! I have never seen Noro Takeuma yarn before but I really have to find it online right away because it is so gorgeous. The scarf looks so light and elegant and must make one feel like a million dollars when wearing it. I certainly can not wait!

The Noro Takeuma yarn used to crochet this Lace Waves Crochet Scarf and is striking. I had no idea using the broomstick lace crochet technique could create an article that looks like this. This is really a high-end article that would be a great addition to any wardrobe, winter or summer.

I have saved many of Kim's patterns and this one will join them. I read thru it and it is not difficult at all. The main reason I want it is because I live in Florida and it's very hard to find an open, light weight pattern that one can actually use.

HOW CAN THIS SCARF BE SO PRETTY. The yarn, the stitches, the texture . . . I want it all.


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