Crochet Calico Flowers Scarf Pattern

Crochet Calico Flowers Scarf Pattern

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Crochet Calico Flowers Scarf

Crochet Calico Flowers Scarf

Crochet Calico Flowers Scarf

This incredible Crochet Calico Flowers Scarf is not as hard as it looks. There is an extensive diagram with a lot of detail but if you dissect it, you will see the commonality between the half motif shapes.

The yarn changes colour on its own. I’ve never seen a pattern transition in colour like this. I thought it would not work out but due to the design, the colouring matches up. Initially, I thought it was several motifs that are sewn or attached together. It’s not. It’s a continuous scarf that grows out.

There are 1 full motif and 19 half motifs in this scarf before starting the border. 

Once done, you will do two rounds of borders. The border is forgiving too. I love this design. I hope you do as well.

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Crochet Calico Flowers Scarf Pattern

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