Crochet Icy Scarf Pattern + Tutorial

Crochet Icy Scarf Pattern + Tutorial

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Crochet Icy Scarf

Crochet Icy Scarf

Icy Scarf

Learn how to crochet the Icy Scarf. This is an exclusive Crochet Crowd pattern using a simple stitch idea to make the stitches compact and blend together really well.

Using Patons Iced Yarn, this yarn has a homemade spun look with a hint of sparkle.

I have made a pattern that you can download and/or print. Crochet Icy Scarf Diagram PDF

The pattern is easy to follow and is a great ‘no-brainer’ pattern to be able to do in front of the TV without much thought to it. I was able to complete my scarf in just over 2 hours. The yarn is thick and so is the hook.

You can use this same pattern for any other type of yarn and hook sizes. Just ensure the hook compliments that yarn and you are good to go.

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5 thoughts on “Crochet Icy Scarf Pattern + Tutorial”

  1. Ann says:

    No blue button

  2. Dawn Kurtz says:

    I have made the Classy Cowl twice now and it is FABULOUS! I made it in the colors you and am giving them as gifts for Christmas. I love the Crochet Crowd and have used many patterns already. I learned to Crochet by watching your tutorials. I started this past Spring and have made over 25 projects thus far! I love Crochet!

  3. Thank you! I love your tutitorials.

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