Providence Scarf


"One skein of Lion Brand Shawl In A Ball is all you need to complete this stunning fringe scarf. The yarn does all the color work for you and your finished product will be eye-catching no matter what color you choose."


Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

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

Crochet GaugeA row of 22 stitches is about 5" in length (and 10 rows of the pattern are about 3").

Finished SizeScarf measures 40" around and is 10" tall (not including fringe).

Materials List

  • 1 skein of Lion Brand Shawl In A Ball
  • I (5.5mm) Hook
  • Yarn Needle

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What a lovely infinity cowl. That is the best description for this piece. I do love the look of being worn drapey over the shoulders, providing as much or as little coverage to suit your own individual needs. That is the hallmark of a great design, the versatility of it. -) One of my all time favorite yarns to buy and to wear myself! Thanks for this!

Wow. I like this Providence Scarf for its length and width with that additional appeal provided by the fringes. However I want a solid color of yarn for this project. Royal blue or maroon, teal, moss green, wow a lot of possible options.

Ive seen the Shawl in a Ball yarn but to be honest, Im usually in the shop for specific colors so Ive zoomed right past it. The next time Im in the store, Ill at least pick one up to see how it compares (weight-wise) to the Cake yarns. The way the colors meld into each other is just gorgeous! I like that its almost a shawl, too, because sometimes I want something more than just a scarf and this project can be easily adapted for additional width.


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