Friday, November 18

Regency Ruffles to crochet

Regency Ruffles is a fun and very simple scarf to crochet. It has ruffles and a bit of a twirl. It’s different than most ruffle scarves as it's not made lengthwise. Simply crochet enough rows to make it as long as you like. No blocking needed!

My testers loved this one so much that they are making more for Christmas gifts! LOL!

I made this scarf with 2 skeins of Universal Yarns Classic Shades in grapevine with a size J (6 mm) crochet hook. That's almost 400 yards of worsted weight yarn. My scarf measured flat 7” wide x 35” along the center stitches. When worn it stretched and grew to 46” long.

You can make it with any weight of yarn you want by using a hook big enough to keep the ruffles soft and drapey. It's easy to make it wider too.

The three page pattern has written instructions and crochet charts. It also includes directions for making a short button around the neck scarf.

You can find this pattern in my Ravelry pattern store.

For more information, visit my Ravelry pattern store to see all my available designs, current pricing information, and purchase pattern downloads.

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