Meandering Scarf by Fleur Delport

We are pleased to present another gorgeous scarf from the Design-a-Scarf Challenge CAL! Meandering Scarf is designed by Fleur Delport.

The Meandering Scarf is reversable and is made using overlay mosaic crochet technique. Its a double-sided pattern, so it makes a thick and warm scarf that’s perfect for the upcoming cold winter months.

There are no tails to weave in because the tails are turned into the fringe!

This pattern can be adjusted to make a blanket, infinity scarf, throw, etc. The possibilities are endless! The pattern has written instructions as well as a chart plus it has multiples, stitch and row repeats to help you create exactly what you want.

Fleur has written a brief bio so that we can get to know her a little better:

“I have been knitting and crocheting since I was 8 years old and I can still remember my first design which was a dress for barbie which unfortunately fell apart as I had no idea how to sew in tails. Over the years I’ve tried my hand at some other craft but have always come back to my first love crocheting.

I’ve driven my family around the twist, changing patterns that I’ve bought and a few years ago my dad asked me why I don’t just design my own and that was the start of my new hobby. Originally, I started writing knitting patterns but then I came across Mosaic Crochet, and I was hooked.

I’ve been designing patterns for a few years now and I can still remember the excitement when I sold my first pattern. Currently designing is my hobby as I have a full day IT job but when I retire (one day) this is what I’ll be doing all day long.”

The pattern can be found below for 7 days, then it will move to ravelry.

You can find Fleur’s patterns on Ravelry, Etsy and on Lovecrafts. Follow her on Instagram too so that you dont miss a thing!

Please be sure to share your makes on CAL – Crochet A Long

Happy Crocheting,

Margaret and Laurene ❤️

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