Sugar Faerie Super Scarf

Sugar Faerie Super Scarf

"Super Scarves are super trendy this fall, but don't worry you can make this scarf any size you need. With a lacy two row repeat you decide. Let the stripped yarn do the work for you with color changes or just make it solid. This super scarf is wide enough to make a gorgeous shawl or make it a cowl by joining the ends. Choose your own adventure. The possibilities are endless. So grab a couple cakes in your favorite worsted yarn and your H hook."

Difficulty LevelIntermediate

Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

Crochet Gaugenot required.

Finished SizeAbout 10 inches width, you Decide the length!

Materials List

  • 2 Balls of Caron Cakes in Faerie Cake Colorway
  • H- Hook
  • Measureing tape
  • Tapestry Needle

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The only thing that surprises me about this scarf is that her 7 year old daughter chose the blues instead of pinks and purples. I love the light and lacy feel of this scarf, and how versatile it is when it comes to length. If you do want to limit your yarn to one cake, you can follow the designers suggestions and go with a shorter scarf or sew it together to make a cowl.

This scarf is so versatile. I love that it could be really long or even short as a cowl.what colours would you choose? I'm thinking of making a long one for myself in a soft pink and edged in deeper pink. Being such an easy pattern I'm sure I could make one in blues for Christmas present for my daughter.

This scarf looks so plush and soft in the photo, I love how long the scarf is, this way it could be tied in many different ways to create many different styles. Can't wait to try this pattern for some of my friends and family for Christmas.

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