Vintage Rippling Scarf

Vintage Rippling Scarf

"I came up with this scarf because someone asked me to help them with an afghan pattern that they found on Ravelry. I didnt want to make an afghan, so I thought why not just swatch the pattern to learn it, and thus a scarf was born. The original pattern is called Vintage Rippling Blocks and the designer has a great photo tutorial if you need help with the stitch. I made mine with slow coloring changing yarn, but you can change colors as often as youd like. The options are endless."

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

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This Vintage Rippling Scarf is a nice pattern, even though I didn't download the patter to see how it's done. After reading the written pattern is sounds easy enough to make. love the colorway used in this one. Looking forward to making this rippling scarf. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet scarf pattern.

Since the huge and oversized scarves have been in vogue, I no longer get excited with short, and arrow scarves. They no longer excite me. But no worries, a lot of women still like this type of scarf. I like the monochromatic color.

This is a gorgeous scarf especially working it with the cascading colors. Ive worked this Block stitch before, so I didnt find the instructions confusing, but a less experienced crafter might. It would be very helpful to have a photo of the first row of humps followed by a few additional rows. The pattern is completely repetitive after the second row.


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