Strawberry Patch Convertible Scarf

Strawberry Patch Convertible Scarf

Strawberry Patch Convertible Scarf
Strawberry Patch Convertible Scarf

"This pattern is a modern scarf that is light and airy and perfect for getting you from winter to spring! I call it a convertible scarf because you can also use it as a shoulder wrap-which is also a perfect accessory for cool spring days or even cool summer nights. I used Caron Cakes for this pattern because it has a lovely flow to it and beautiful colors, but you can use any of your favorite worsted weight yarn. Add optional tassels for an extra trendy look."

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

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

Crochet Gauge15 sts x 6 rows = 4" square in DC

Finished Size92" long, 10.5" wide

Materials List

  • One skein of Caron Cakes yarn or comparable worsted weight yarn
  • 5.5mm crochet hook
  • Scissors
  • Yarn needle
  • Tassel Maker (optional)

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Hooray for Caron Cakes. Whatever did we do before they came out with this yarn? Caron Cakes works wonderfully with this beautiful scarf. I love all of the colors and want to try several of them out by making a few of these convertible scarves. This pattern makes up very easily and turns out a very soft and cuddly scarf.

This breezy accessory would be perfect for Spring or Summer. The author uses Caron Cakes, but any similar self striping yarn would work as well. The only trick is finding a color scheme that you want. The pattern is long, but thats because it starts small and grows and grows. No tricky stitches as its all worked in Double Crochet. Theres also a Print Friendly button at the bottom of the page, but I couldnt get it to open.

This is a lovely scarf pattern, and is straightforward to make. I love the colors from the Caron Cakes yarn so maybe I'll have to wait until I can get it on sale to make this. But if I can't wait, the pattern will work with any worsted weight yarn.


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