Snowberries A Luxurious Winter Scarf

Snowberries A Luxurious Winter Scarf

Snowberries A Luxurious Winter Scarf
Snowberries A Luxurious Winter Scarf
This image courtesy of kirstenhollowaydesigns.com

"Texture reigns supreme in this exquisite crochet winter scarf pattern! Puff stitches add the majority of the bulk with delicate chains adding geometric interest to the scarf. Delicate scallops, picots, and tassels finish out this designer piece--it was born for a night out on the town! Whether you're caroling, Christmas present shopping, or enjoying dinner with friends, this unique crochet scarf is sure to catch the eyes of all who see it! You may not think of using #3 light weight yarn when you think of crocheting winter scarves, but this crochet scarf pattern has a chunky texture and that will keep out the cold, leaving you warm and comfortable."

NotesThis is a piece for special occasions, and not the scarf to wear if you will be hauling wood for the fire, romping with pets, or playing with little ones who want to drive their toy cars or plastic horses along your personage (as a mom of boys this was definitely a significant stage in my life!). No matter how nice and neat you make your stitches, they WILL get snagged by tiny toys/squishy baby fingers, and pet paws.
This scarf was made shorter that most of my scarves on purpose to help keep then ends from dragging along surfaces and getting pulled or snagged.

Difficulty LevelIntermediate

Crochet HookD/3 or 3.25 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet GaugeGauge is not particularly important for this project.

Finished Size6 1/2” wide by 5’ long, excluding tassels

Materials List

  • 3.25mm (D) hook
  • 3 balls (900 yards) Paintbox Yarns Simply DK in Champagne White
  • yarn needle
  • scissors
  • measuring stick

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Wow! This snowberris scarf is really pretty. All the design details in the texture can even be seen when crocheted in the winter white. There is a video to help through the main body of the scarf so even though it is an intermediate pattern an advanced beginner could crochet this.

i found it is not hard to convert something into something bigger - i had made a pretty stripped baby blanket for a new great granddaughter - baby crib size and when her aunt saw it - one of my other granddaughters wanted one too so i just made it a little longer and wider - came out great so with a scarf you would add more stitches to start it and then make it wider

This is just spectacular! This scarf is worked across the width, so the stitch texture pattern emerges fairly quickly. Im glad the designer points out that you want to use a thinner yarn that the standard worsted, although you could probably get away with it if working it up for a man (lose the tassels though). Expand this and it would make a gorgeous baby blanket.

What a gorgeous, gorgeous winter white scarf. This is worthy of being draped over your black wool coat as you go out caroling or Christmas shopping or church. Anyone who would get this as a gift from you would absolutely love you for it! I think I'd stick to her shorter length based on her reasoning...sounds good to me!

I would love to see this expanded into a baby blanket, or even as a panel in a blanket set off with plain panels in between.

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