Pink Blossoms Scarf


I made this scarf for my little niece Yara. It may not be very appropriate for winter, but it's still warm where I live. I wanted to make it in a more wintry colors, but Yara insisted on these colors. You can customize it to any length or width you want. Notes: -The pattern is written using American terminology. -The pattern is a multiples of 5 plus 1. Measurements: 120 cm / 47 inch X 14 cm / 18.5 inch. You’re going to need: -Yarn: Alize Diva Baby 100% microfiber acrylic, 100 g, 350 mt, in colors 287 and 276, one skein of each color. -Hook: 2.5 mm -Tapestry needle. Stitches Used: Ch: Chain Sc: Single crochet Hdc: Half double crochet Dc: Double crochet Pc: Popcorn


Crochet HookC/2 or 2.75 mm hook

Yarn Weight(1) Super Fine (27-32 stitches to 4 inches)

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If you need to adjust the size of this scarf just remember to recipe of multiples of 5 plus 1. This pattern uses basic crochet stitches plus the popcorn stitch. The tutorial does give you a step by step with pictures refresher on how to work the popcorn stitch if you are like me and havent used it in a while.

What an unusual texture pattern. It doesnt remind me of blossoms so much as those candy dots stuck on paper that I remember from when I was a kid. The designer provides wonderful instructions, and her photo segment on how to work the Popcorn Stitch is one of the best Ive seen. Yes, there is a big difference between working that and the Cluster even though they can look similar.


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