Well here it is! The first and only pattern I have ever shared with anyone and I’m sharing it with all of you, my favorite internet people 💗💗💗
I learned to crochet from my mother, and my sister. We grew up as “crafty” people. My mother owned a fabric/craft store, and we were just not allowed to not know how to do everything she sold supplies for. So I learned to crochet, embroider, counted cross stitch, latch hook, tat lace, sew, quilt by machine and hand….. you name it, and I can probably do it. All except KNITTING!!! That one just doesn’t work for me. I can’t even knit you a scarf lol
I have made so many things over the 40+ years of being a maker that I have never written down a pattern to share with others and had not really ever had plans to do so. But then I met the amazing ladies who Admin and Moderate CAL Crochet Along. And their love of the craft and sharing it with others, and their amazing encouragement, words of wisdom, and help with “but what about this” questions…. brought me to a point that I felt confident enough to share a pattern. And then all of you, the fabulous members of CAL Crochet Along, voted for my scarf in the contest and I was simply amazed, astonished, astounded…. that anyone would actually love my design as much as I did. So thank you all, for the votes, the encouragement, and the love of this craft that we share.
Pattern available for free:
Friday, March 8, 2019: Part 1 – click here
Wednesday, March 13, 2019: Part 2 – click here
Yarn: 985 yards of size 4/worsted weight yarn (included 12 tassels)
•G – 4mm hook
•500 grams of yarn – size 4 – Aran weight (17.5 ounces – 985 yards)
I used a self striping yarn, Mystic Waves Yarn which is a yarn product by “Stitch Studio by Nicole” in colorway Redwood Grove, which can be found at A.C. Moore along with so many other amazing yarns. (my personal favorite yarn comes from A.C. Moore 💗💗💗)
I hope you enjoy this scarf as much as I enjoyed designing it to share with all of you!!!