If you recall in the summer time when we were doing the Juicy Fruits Afghan Challenge, the pattern was extremely popular amongst crocheters. The designer, Roseanna Beck, came back with an alternative design to take this popular stitch and make it into a scarf.
For me, I would use a transitional colouring yarn instead for this pattern. This stitch combined with the colouring transitioning yarn would produce and artistic and stylish scarf. I’m always daring to be different.
Here is the free pattern for this scarf. The stitchwork is nearly the same as the Juicy Fruits Afghan. Get the Juicy Fruits Afghan Pattern.
Here is the pattern for the scarf that you see, Cross-Stitch Scarf Crochet Pattern.
Pattern Compliments of Red Heart Yarns.
Video Tutorial to Use