Mermaid Isle Scarf

Mermaid Isle Scarf
Mermaid Isle Scarf

Have you noticed the fascination with gradient yarns? This fantastic Mermaid Isle Scarf is made in a new fine weigh gradient cotton yarn. The yarn progresses from a beautiful orange to a gorgeous teal using plies instead of sharp color changes. The stitch pattern perfectly complements those color changes with the look of smooth, silky scales of a mermaid tail. Try out this project which can be completed in about 15 to 20 hours with an easily memorized stitch pattern.


Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

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

Crochet Gauge11 sts = 4″; 13 rows = 4″

Finished Size25″ high by 48″ long

Materials List

  • Ice Yarn’s Fine Cotton Cake, 100% cotton, fine (#2 weight), 656 yds per 150g
  • 6mm Tunisian Hook

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The ice yarn is awesome. Love the way the color slowly gradients into the next ever so slightly that is barely noticeable until the project is complete and then you have such a wonder color. There is a video available that is accessed via a link on the designers blog that shows you how to make this stitch.

Oh wow, I just ordered my yarn for this, Cakes Cotton Fine Turquoise Olive Green Fuchsia, 2 rolls for $6.49. I Love the look of this Mermaid Isle Scarf. Kim Guzman is a great teacher for crocheting and I am a follower. Her written patterns always comes out great and if you have a problem with a pattern, all you need to do is ask her and she will walk you through the problem. I'm sure this pattern will come out great and I can't wait for my yarn to get here so I can make this beautiful scarf. Thank you for sharing another one of Kim's free crochet patterns.

Kim Guzman's designs are to die for! All I can say is, "wow"! This is a very impressive looking wrap scarf. The use of a "J" hook with a fine weight yarn is what gives it the stretchy and loose look to it. I just want to reach into my computer screen and squeeze this right now! Tunisian is something I have never done because I always thought it was too difficult to do. After reading the pattern I can say that it is well written and easy to understand.


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