Sweet November Scarf/Shawl


This scarf/shawl pattern was inspired by the movie Sweet November. It's a fabulous pattern that can be warn as a scarf or a shawl. Double crochet is used and you can choose to add the fringe or not.


Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

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

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Ive never heard of that movie so now Im intrigued. However I have been known to pause a movie midstream to get a better look at something knitted or crocheted. Ruby Sues Nordic hat in National Lampoons Christmas Vacation comes to mind (I still havent found a pattern for that one). The designer for this scarf provides clear instructions and I love the tip about using a DVD case to wrap the fringe. Ill keep that in mind for other projects, too.

This is beautiful. I loved the movie and I love the scarf. I loved the movie decades ago when Sandy Dennis and Anthony Newley starred and for a long time I had a sweater named Max.

I found your pattern very easy to follow. It is one thing to make a project, and then yet another to try to put what you did into words. I am making one today. I think my daughters-in-law will love these. Great job! Thank you for sharing.

well built pattern, good color choice, well taken picture

This should win as the favorite. It is simple, elegant, lacy and can be worn more than 1 way.

I simply love this pattern. So versatile to be a shawl and scarf. I have a sparkly black yarn that will look so classy for my boss for Christmas. If the other poster can make three this week, I can take a shot at just one...love it...

I think this should be the pattern of the month. It is for anyone and everyone, and not just for a certain type person. I love this pattern!

I love this pattern. I have made three this week, and everybody is thrilled to have one. This pattern is quick and easy. It can be worn with anything. It is simple, understated eloquence. Thanks for sharing.

I have been teaching my son's girlfriend how to crochet and was looking for an easy, beautiful scarf pattern. She loves this one and is a good match for her; She won't loose interest and give up and will feel good about creating something awesome! Thanks!

I love this and am diffentlly putting it on my to do list

Such a pretty shaw that looks like it can be made fairly quickly. I need a shaw for an activity this weekend so will run to the store to get the yarn. Thanks for the pattern.


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