Thursday, May 17

Scottie Scarf & Fingerless Mitts to Crochet

My Scottie Scarf is a fun scarf to crochet that ends in a frill. Wrap it around your neck to create a tiered ruffle. This scarf is worked lengthwise in a simple two row repeat that is very easy to remember.

I used 230 yards of acrylic sport weight yarn in a pink and brown colorway using a size G (4 mm) crochet hook for a scarf that measures 34" long  4" wide and 18" wide at the ruffle.

You can make it short like mine or add more stitches to make it as long as you like. Or make a narrower version to wear as a small decorate tie over a blouse or top. Wouldn't this look fun made in a sparkly yarn?

Included in the pattern is a matching pair of mitts using the same techniques. You'll need 150 yards of more of sport weight yarn for a pair of these. I used Yarn Bee Baby Bee Sweet Delight yarn to make mine. The mitts are constructed lengthwise from wrist ruffle to the fingertip edge and seamed with slip stitch along one side. The easy version has a hole for the thumb and the more challenging version features a thumb gusset.

The five page pattern features written instructions and crochet charts for both projects.

The pattern can be found in my Ravelry pattern store.

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