Tumbling Clusters Autumn Scarf
What happens when crochet stitches are stacked and linked? It creates a very unique looking fabric with “soft & springy” stitches! To the crocheter’s delight, this pattern works up quickly, almost having an “addictive, one more stitch” rhythm to it.
This scarf pattern is worked length wise, allowing the crocheter to add or subtract length, while later adjusting the width to their heart’s content. The ridges are softly formed as each, shall we say ‘elongated,’ row is created.
The result? Cluster stitches seemingly tumble down offering warmth with both rich texture and style!