Standing Ovation Scarf


From the Blogger: “Do you love the look of color pooling but want to also have a little fun? The Standing Ovation Scarf is a cool project where you can have a little leeway in how much you control your tension. I think you'll find this scarf an amazing smash hit with your family and those "cool" people in your life! The yarn is a merino/nylon blend which has an amazing feel that you'll love too. Enjoy yourself!”


Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

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

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Using a slip stitch only will give you that look of knit while using your crochet hooks instead of those knitting needles. Great for those of us who don't feel the desire to learn how to knit- we can still get that same look. Now, the color pooling here is out of this world beautiful! I am loving the bright colors up against the black. Just be sure to not crochet too, too tight or it will become hard for you to insert your hook.

Wow what a beautiful scarf this Standing Ovation Scarf is I have not tried the color pooling yet but I tend to This yarn is just so beautiful the way it turned out I went to the web page to look at the yarn and couldn't find out how much it cost Any one have a idea All I could do on my computer was see the colors I couldn't do any thing more Not sure if it was my internet or not I'll try again later to see if I can get the yarn Anyways this scarf is made with the slip stitch only wow how interesting is that I so want to try this color pooling She states that only this yarn will do it Is that true I am having so many questions with color pooling that I want to learn more Thank you so much for sharingRead More this free crochet pattern

I love the design of this scarf and how the bright colors are paired with a black background. It looks perfect when worn with a plain top like pictured!

This is the first pattern Ive come across that uses slip stitch only. I really like this design and after checking out the different colors available, Im looking forward to using this pattern to make my own standing ovation scarf. Thank you for sharing your lovely pattern with all of us.


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