A beautiful openwork scarf with delicate and intricate
looks. The perfect way to keep away those early spring chills…
This pattern is for delicate openwork rectangular scarf or wrap constructed using the Join As You Go (JAYG) technique.
Uses basic stitches, some experience with JAYG would be useful.
A total of 1180 yards of DK yarn. I used:
Rowan Wool Cotton:
1 x Antique (900)
1 x Tender (951)
1 x Bilberry (969)
1 x Frozen (977)
1 x Celedon (979)
Rowan Baby Merino Silk:
2 x Dawn (672)
1 x Opal (673)
1 x Teal (677)
You’ll need approximately 1000 yards in 8 colours (125 yards per colour) for the main scarf and an extra 180 yards in one colour for the border.
3.5mm (E USA)
4.0mm (G USA)
33 x 212cm (13 x 84“)
Circles: 4.5cm (1¾”)
Squares: 3cm (1¼”)
Written in UK terms
US translations given
Pattern includes full written directions, with photo tutorials for ‘JAYG’ and special stitches, crochet charts and diagrams.
- A full written pattern with clear instructions
- Photo tutorials for special stitches and techniques
- Helpful photos
- Diagrams to help with construction
- Crochet chart
Pattern written in:
UK Terms (US translations given)
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