Smile of Joy Crochet Scarf

Smile of Joy Crochet Scarf

Smile of Joy Crochet Scarf
Smile of Joy Crochet Scarf
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If you know how to crochet scarves, then you might be ready to branch out and try a new variation of the classic accessory that isn’t too difficult. That’s where Smile of Joy Crochet Scarf comes in, as it features an easy crochet pattern that can be finished in an afternoon. The pattern can be adjusted to fit children or adults, so consider keeping this pattern in your repertoire if you want to create matching scarves for everyone in your family. The pattern’s simplicity also means you can quickly create a scarf or two for a donation.

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookD/3 or 3.25 mm hook

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

Materials List

  • Blogger used 300-400 grams of Willow Yarns Dappled in Verdant Hills Colourway (0004) for adult-sized scarf
  • D/3 or 3.25 mm hook

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Wow a Smile of Joy Crochet Scarf is a very nice puff stitch scarf. I have never done a 9 stitch puff stitch before, only 3 or 6, I bet the 9 stitches will really make the puff pop. I have saved this one and hope to make a few of them. Love the yarn she uses and hope to find it soon. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet scarf pattern.

This is a delightful looking project, but when I saw that it uses the Puff Stitch, Im not sure I can pull it off, even with the smaller D size hook. I can work several stitches that keep loops on the hook, but I really struggle with the nine loops required by the Puff. I know it wouldnt quite look the same, but I might try working this up with a Cluster Stitch instead of the Puff.

I am always ready to branch off and to learn a new stitch or a new pattern. The coloring on this scarf looks similar to the colors everybody is using in all the new trendy mermaid items. Love the little added flower, its the perfect accent to finish off the piece.

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