The Winter Wanderer Crochet Scarf

The Winter Wanderer Crochet Scarf


The Winter Wanderer Crochet Scarf
The Winter Wanderer Crochet Scarf
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"Whether you live in the North Pole or just want to jump on the super scarf trend, this nordic crochet super scarf pattern will keep you feeling warm, but lookin’ hot all winter long. This stylish, modern take on a traditional nordic pattern is worked in corner to corner (c2c) crochet with bulky yarn. Work it in grey, red and white for a men's version. This chunky, oversized scarf is the perfect DIY winter statement piece!"

Difficulty LevelIntermediate

Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge5 c2c squares = 4”
Gauge is not critical for this pattern.

Finished Sizeapproximately 102 x 10.5”

Materials List

  • Patons Classic Wool Roving yarn: (6) Grey, (2) Aran, (1) Pale Blush, (1) Taupe, (1) Natural
  • Tapestry needle
  • Size I [5.5 mm] crochet hook 
  • Two printed copies of my Nordic c2c crochet chart

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Oh wow. No wonder, it's called the winter wanderer scarf. It's full of icicles on the design. I think I want to make this scarf. It's lovely and my granddaughter will love it!

So cool! I would love to try making this. I am a C2C newbie. Could I handle this? I may be a newbie at the corner to corner, but I am a seasoned crocheter. What do you think? Could I attempt to pull this off? I am thinking it is a great accessory piece for the cold, cold weather ahead. Thanks for sharing it with us.

This is the kind of scarf that excites me. I love huge scarves because they are stylish, fashionable, and creates a fashion statement. This will be included in my queue of projects.

If I wasnt already a convert to Corner to Corner, this project would do the trick! Be prepared because even with an I size hook, this scarf is going to be huge. Im not sure if the pattern would still work with a smaller hook (a G maybe?), but I may play around with it later. Check out the little embedded video about C2C in general, and if you just want to practice or maybe introduce someone else to the art, theres some smaller block projects at the bottom of the page.

Beautiful and bulky. Love it.

LOVE this! If you make it a bit wider, it could be a cozy blanket scarf!

So pretty! Love how oversized and cozy it looks - the perfect statement piece!

I love the Nordic style - can't wait to make this!


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