Long Tail Frosty Scarf by Heidi Yates
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Long Tail Frosty Scarf

Crochet
November 2018
Aran (8 wpi) ?
5.5 mm (I)
230 - 250 yards (210 - 229 m)
Large Child, Teen/Adult
US
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DESCRIPTION: This scarf is designed to have one pocket to hold a phone, ID, or other small things. The scarf could also be made with two large snowman faces/pockets.

SIZES: One size to fit older children to adults. The length is easy to adjust.

MATERIALS AND DETAILS
Worsted weight yarn: Red Heart Super Saver White, Pumpkin, Tourmaline (small amount for cheeks); Red Heart With Love Parade (230 yards), Iris

Crochet Hooks: H, I

Miscellaneous: Yarn needle for weaving in ends, 2 small black buttons for eyes, sewing needle, black thread, small amount of black embroidery floss or black yarn for smile.

Gauge: Not needed for this project

Finished Measurements - Scarf Band: 6.5” wide; Scarf at widest point: 5.75” wide x 57” or desired length; Snowman Head: 6.5” wide x 5.75” tall


Huge thanks to Stacy Dilts and JoAnne Thompson for sharing their wonderful samples!


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