Radiance Sparkly Skinny Scarf
This super-simple flower motif really opens up beautifully when blocked. It would make a great belt/sash, purse handle, headband, bracelet, or scarf—depending on the yarn, gauge, and length you choose. For the sample shown here, I used a sparkly beaded yarn and crocheted a long piece to create a skinny scarf. The scarf is delicate and sophisticated, with a jewelry-like appeal. Pair it with a pretty evening ensemble or use it to enhance a plain top for work. Wear it long or wind it loosely around your neck to create a multistrand “necklace.”
Yarn Shown: Tilli Tomas, Symphony Lace with Beads and Glitter (63% kid mohair, 10% silk, 18% nylon, 9% wool; 345 yd 315 m/ 3.5 oz 100g): 1 skein of coral sap (deep pink).
Notions: Tapestry needle for weaving in ends.
Gauge: 1 motif = 2” (5cm diameter after blocking)
Finished Size: 2’ wide x 80’ long (5 x 203.5 cm)