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Anne

Crochet
December 2007
Worsted / 10 ply (9 wpi) ?
4.0 mm (G)
150 - 200 yards (137 - 183 m)
one size
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The pattern comes with full written instructions and a symbol chart for the motifs that is designed so that the chart looks like the piece as it is facing you, each step of the way. There are two versions available: one uses US/Canada terminology, the other uses UK/Australian terminology. Both are included in the Ravelry pattern purchase.

This quick, one-skein crochet scarf is an attractive, lightweight accessory casual enough to wear with jeans and pretty enough to wear to a party. This scarf is an easy way to spice up your wardrobe - try a color that matches or contrasts with your favorite outfits! You can sub different yarns for different effects; in the photos you will see a pale pink one done with less than one skein of laceweight mohair blend (Elann Super Kydd) on a size K hook, and a big cream-colored scarf done with a skein of chunky acrylic/wool blend (Lion Brand Wool-Ease Chunky) on a size L hook.

The motif, commonly called Queen Anne’s Lace, is a traditional crochet lace often used for blankets and tablecloths. This version of Queen Anne’s Lace is worked as a long strip and resembles a side view of the flower heads of a common plant by the same name (there are other knit and crochet patterns which differ but have the same name).

MATERIALS 1 skein Blue Sky Alpacas Dyed Cotton (100g/150 yds worsted weight 100% cotton; color shown is Poppy), or yarn of your choice

G/4mm crochet hook tapestry needle

SIZE One size fits most. Measures approximately 3.5”/9 cm wide, 55”/140 cm long.

GAUGE Each motif measures about 3.5”/9 cm wide, 2.5”/6 cm long.

The most current version of the pattern is labeled 2.2; the difference between 2.1 and 2.2 is in the pattern layout and minor revisions of the introductory text.

Please note that there is a similar, yet different, pattern called Flower Garden Scarf.