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Stained Glass Snowflake Scarf

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Pattern Details

This scarf will turn heads with its beautiful snowflake design! It can be made in the colors shown or any colors of worsted weight yarn you choose. The scarf is a lot easier to make than it looks, since only basic stitches are used! If you already know how to make a chain and a single crochet, as well as how to read and follow a crochet pattern, you're ready to make this scarf! The pattern is easy to follow and includes full instructions for making the scarf with the fringe. It also includes step-by-step photos for working in the back bump of the foundation chain, starting a row (joining) with a sc, working in the back loop and changing colors. There are no tails to weave in on this scarf, since the tails are turned into the fringe. The pattern also includes a chart for making the snowflakes, if you prefer working from a chart! The scarf, as shown, uses 200 yds of black, along with 30 yds each of watermelon, mango, lemonade, limelight, blue mint and grape Caron Simply Soft yarn. You can use any colors you desire to make your scarf. The scarf size is adjustable in length by working more or less repeats across the rows. So you can make your scarf whatever size you desire! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY work chain & single crochet read and follow a crochet pattern GAUGE 18 sc and 14 sc rows = 4" SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 5 1/2" wide x 50" long (plus fringe) SUGGESTED YARN 380 yards of Worsted weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Caron Simply Soft COLORWAY multiple colors

Recommended with this pattern

  • 200 yds black worsted weight yarn
  • Size H/8 (5mm) crochet hook
  • 30 yds each pink, orange, yellow, green, blue and purple worsted weight yarn

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My name is Susan Lowman. I've been crocheting for over 40 years and designing for over 15 years. I have over 200 published crochet designs in various crochet books and magazines. In addition, I blog about crochet and self-publish crochet patterns on my website, I am also a technical crochet editor and teacher, as well as an active professional member of CGOA. I learned to knit in the summer of 2013 and I couldn't be more thrilled! I'm having a blast learning more knitting techniques. You'll see some of my knitting designs here on Craftsy, too. I thank God for the gift of creativity He has given me and I thoroughly enjoy sharing it with others.