Winter Rays Scarf

Winter Rays Scarf

Winter Rays Scarf
Winter Rays Scarf

"Use this crochet pattern to make a stylish, modern, triangle scarf perfect for cool fall and winter days! This pattern is advanced-beginner friendly. The stitches used in this pattern include: ch, sl st, SC, HDC, DC, and DCX. Special stitch descriptions are included in the pattern. This pattern requires approx. 300 yds. of Lion Brand Scarfie yarn or a comparable bulky weight yarn. You will also need a 7.0mm crochet hook and a brooch or shawl pin is recommended for wearing this piece."

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookK/10.5 or 6.5 mm hook

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

Materials List

  • One skein of Lion Brand Scarfie yarn
  • 7.0mm crochet hook
  • Scissors
  • Yarn needle
  • Brooch or shawl pin (optional but recommended)

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The sunshiney yellow coloring in this scarf is certain to brighten you dull drab winter day when you wear it maybe to work or if you dont work just when you are out and about doing your day to day errands. I am not a cold weather person. I prefer the warmth of the sun year round thats why Im in Florida

I love how this triangle scarf turned out with this color if lion brand scarfie. I wasn't sure about how this color would look worked up,but it is actually pretty. I really love Scarfie yarn and there are lots of pretty colors and if you check out this pattern be sure to look at her other patterns. She has quite a few other ones that are all done in scarfie.

What a pretty but muted shade of yellow mixed with cream for the winter time. This is a triangle unlike the typical triangle scarf where you've got a center with two skinny ends. This is one that will drape down over one side, only, which is a different look altogether. I like that look of a big wooden button, too. I've used the Scarfie yarn once before. It worked up nicely for a wrap!

This scarf is the prettiest color and would be a great pop of color during the dreary winter months. I also love the unique shape of it!

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