Luxury Crochet Winter Scarf

Luxury Crochet Winter Scarf

Luxury Scarf

This is the ultimate luxury scarf, and you can make it whatever color you like! It's a beginner's pattern that anyone can learn to crochet this winter. All you have to do is change the hook size and you can make a kid's scarf too. This scarf is the perfect crochet project to do in order to build foundational crochet skills while also making a stylish winter scarf all by yourself. When utilizing alternating hook sizes to create kids and adult sizes, it is easy and practical to make matching scarves for you and your family members. This scarf is a great accessory to use for practicality during the winter months but also for fashion and statement. Plus, since it is a beginner level anyone can make it and wear their own beautiful crochet creation this winter.

Difficulty LevelBeginner

Crochet HookK/10.5 or 6.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

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This is a clever way to get the look and feel of a mohair type of scarf without all the expense or aggravation. You cant tell from the photo, but only the end rows are worked with a combination of the Fun Fur and Homespun, while the majority of the scarf is worked in Homespun alone. When wrapped around your neck, the fuzzy ends are the most prominent

Love this, so very pretty! This pattern really doesn't have a gauge to it as you can make it smaller or wider or longer or shorter to whatever size you need or what your preferences are. This is made with a bulky yarn and a fur-type yarn to create its look.

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