Chunky Crochet Lacy Scarf


 I love to make scarves!  So when I opened up an e-mail from Lion Brand about some new patterns, I was really excited to see the pattern for this scarf.  The Crochet Lacy Scarf.

Thank Heavens it came when it did.  I had totally spaced my SIL’s birthday, and that I had promised her a scarf.  She has been asking me for one since I made these scarves.

 I used Hometown USA yarn from Lions Brand instead of the wool ease the pattern calls for.  I love the super chunky Hometown USA yarn.  I use it A. LOT. It came out a little wider than I wanted it to. So I unpicked it and started again.  The pattern calls for a chain of 19 to start with I did 17.  This makes it so you only repeat the pattern 3 times in a row.  I hope some of that made sense to some of you. 

 I love this pattern! The texture and look are wonderful.   It may be a new favorite.   It is an easy pattern and free from Lion Brand Site.  It came together quickly in one day/evening. Which is good because I started it Saturday and her party was on Sunday.  Nothing like cutting it close.

My SIL requested white (this official color is ivory).  But I think I am going to start one for me in a deep red.  It will go with my coat too.

But the ivory does look nice, maybe need two.

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  1. says

    I can barely crochet. And wrapping my head around any new stitches would probably kill me.
    This scarf is ridiculously lovely. Have you ever crocheted purses because this would be a lovely pattern!

  2. says

    Ooooh,….my fingers are all atwitter. That is gorgeous, Kadie. I think you definitely need one in red and I’m sure I’ll be tagging along behind you soon. Beautiful!

  3. says

    So sweet scarf, I love patterns with big stitches. I checked your other crochet projects. You are talented. I am following your blog.

  4. says

    A beautiful scarf, Kadie!!! I wouldn’t have a clue how to do it, but I love the design of the stitches. A red scarf like this would look stunning…

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