Stacked Squares Scarf

Categories: Crochet.

 

I recently tested a pattern for Amy of lovemademyhome.  It was a great little pattern to crochet and consisted of two rows, so once you remembered that you could crochet away while watching tv and not have to keep referring back to the pattern.

I love having different scarves for the winter and this one was crocheted with a soft yarn and it will fit nicely under the collar of my winter coat.  The pattern that Amy made used 175 rows which made the scarf much longer than I wanted.  The joy of this pattern is you can make it any length you want.

the stacked squares scarf at craftygardener.ca

I worked 73 rows which was long enough for me.  I used Loops & Threads Woolike yarn from Michaels and a 4 mm hook.  This was some yarn I had purchased ages ago when it was on sale.  The scarf is very light when finished but very soft and I know it will keep my neck warm in the winter.  I’ve added the project to my Ravelry page.

the stacked squares scarf at craftygardener.ca

Check out Amy’s Ravelry page if you are interested in this scarf pattern or any of her other patterns.

I’m sharing with The Really Crafty Link Party and with Hookin on Hump Day.

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  1. Thank you for sharing Linda! I am so pleased that you liked the scarf and that you are testing patterns for me, it is lovely to work with you and to know that you like what you are making! Keep cosy and warm this winter with your new scarf – and your coat which I like too btw!

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