Easy Crochet Wool Scarf Pattern

Easy Crochet Wool Scarf Pattern

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Easy Wool Blend Crochet Scarf

Easy Wool Blend Crochet Scarf

Easy Crochet Wool Blend Scarf

Enjoy a version of the Open Work Crochet Scarf by Diva Dan. Yes, he crocheted this sample using Patons Denim-y.

Daniel followed the original pattern but substituted using Patons Denim-y. Patons Denim-y is a wool blend yarn that appears to be dyed like jeans. There are many version of which gives the scarf a unique look. In this case, he used the yellow version. There are a total of 16 shades available in this yarn line. See more info and all colours of Patons Denim-y.

For Daniel’s version he used the following:

  • Size 5 mm or H Crochet Hook.
  • 3 Balls of Patons Denim-y. Daniel’s colour is Lemon Curry.

His scarf is 80″ long. The tassels are made up of 4 strands that are 10″ long and folded in half secured to the end. There are a total of 9 tassels along each bottom edge.

The video tutorial is demonstrating the stitch used in this scarf but substitutes with Paton’s Denim-y and Hook Size suggested here if you want a version of Daniel’s Scarf.

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