The Invisible Love Fillet Scarf CAL

The third and final scarf of our winning trio from the Design-a-Scarf Contest is The Invisible Love Fillet Scarf, by Dania Olsen. This scarf is done in the Fillet technique, and will be available in written AND chart format. Even if you have not ever tried Fillet, this scarf is the perfect creation to give it a go!! The pattern is easy to follow and is so pretty when completed. Be sure to join our Facebook event which can be found HERE.

Here is a bit about the designer, herself…

Hi, I’m Dania Olsen. 1975 I was born in the beautiful city of Hamburg, Germany. That’s the second largest city in Germany.

 I learned to crochet at an early age (I think around 6 years), and as many of us, I learned it from my grandmother, who was very passionate about crochet. I like to think back to all the hats she made for my brother and me, and that I hated to wear anything on my head. That still hasn’t changed today…  

 At the second year of elementary school we got a class that was called “handicrafts”, and we got to work on cross stitching, knitting, crochet, working with silver wire and pliers and so on. Guess who got a “very good” for her crochet potholders? Now I was truly hooked. I made little garments for my dolls and a good few potholders for the whole family. I took a break with crafts as I began to work, but about ten years ago I discovered crochet again as a way to unwind after a ten-hour-day at the office.

 Up to now I’m largely making shawls, hats, scarfs, coasters, tablecloths, doilies, a few amigurumi and I have three unfinished afghans, which are waiting for my attention again. I admire patterns  that are made of fillet crochet, especially from Nancys Nice Knots Of Crochet and Tejiendo Perú, you may see it in my pattern <3.

 Long ago my mother tried to teach me knitting, but that skill was beyond my eye-hand-coordination and I gave up. Last year I got courageous and bought a set of needles to learn again, after I saw the beautiful knitted creations of Canadutch. But I’m still scared of these needles…

 I’m truly excited to be part of a CAL, and I sincerely hope you will enjoy working from my first pattern.

 Love, Dania

The Invisible Love Fillet Scarf Supply List:

•Designer used: 1 ball of  Schachenmayr  Ombré Lace, Color 00084 Emerald

•worsted weight yarn, Caron Cake, Lion Brand Mandala, Red Heart Ombré – suggested yarn for this project. (If you intend to make it longer than 60″ – you will most likely want to purchase 2 cakes/skeins to be safe. And if you choose to do a fringe, you will DEFINITELY need a second cake/skein)

•Hook 4.0 mm

•Darning needle and scissors



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