Snow Goddess Scarf


This Snow Goddess Scarf is a must-do crochet scarf pattern for winter. Use silver sparkly yarn to recreate the beautiful look of this feminine scarf. The subtle sparkle makes this pattern perfect for any goddess. Ladies, you'll love wearing this festive winter accessory. Plus, it works up quickly and the size is easy to customize. This is a great addition to your winter wardrobe.


Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

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

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I wasnt sure about this one but when I went to the link, it made total sense. With winter approaching, when I see a scarf pattern, I think warmth. But this pretty little scarf is designed to be a fashion accessory! The designer has chosen Vannas Glamour in Platinum (still available), but the Gold, Diamond or Red Stone would be just as pretty. Ive also seen some other sparkly yarn that would work just as well. A nice touch for the festive holidays!

For seasoned crocheters, this Snow Goddess Scarf is so easy to do. I haven't seen the pattern but I guess this can be done in beautiful double crochets all throughout in a length that you desire. You can do exactly like the one shown here or you can do an infinity scarf by just connecting the two ends together. You can also do this in a colors of your choice. In solid or variegated yarn, it's up to you. You can also make this wider to give more body to the scarf. It's up to you, the possibilities are endless.

if you want the pattern without all the pictures, click on go to pattern. If you would follow through, you will go to the original blog-there is a wonderful print program provided that will take out the pictures for you. Very nice! a beautiful piece-my next project, btw!!

This was beautiful and so easy to do. Now I'm making for each of my 2 daughter in laws. Different colors

Why do I have to print-out 23 pages when I only want the directions for a scarf?

Copy and paste the part with the directions and save it in an email that you send to yourself (along with the link), then print up the email


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