Whispering Pines Scarf


"I purchased 2 rolls of the yarn, Sweet Roll Wasabi Pop, and took it with me when we went on a 4 Wheel drive, up into the Rocky Mountains. The Yarn reminded me of all the different colors of the pine trees. The Pinion Pines, the Blue Spruce Pines and the Ponderosa Pines and many others. Whispering Pines Scarf Crochet Pattern By Sara Sach Skill: Easy Materials: Crochet Hook – I / 5.50 MM Yarn – Worsted Weight yarn (4) 7 oz. I used Sweet Cream – Wasabi Pop Yarn Needle – weaving in ends Stitches: Chain (ch) Double Crochet (dc) Skip (sk) Space (sp) Size: 7 inches wide X 62 inches long"

NotesI designed This scarf with the pines of
The Rocky Mountains as my inspiration.
And although it looks complicated, it is really quite simple.


Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

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

Finished Size7 inches Wide X 62 Inches Long

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I really like this pattern, but Im a little puzzled as to why the designer worked it as a whole piece instead of two. She states that it took two rolls of the Sweet Roll yarn so there had to be a join anyway. Why not make it as two separate pieces and join them at the back of the neck? That way you could ensure that the trees would always be in the same direction on both sides of the scarf, and not upside down on one.


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