Alderwood Scarf by Katy Petersen

Alderwood Scarf

February 2018
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
5.0 mm (H)
One Size: Approximately 9" by 70"
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If you can single crochet, double crochet and make a pom pom you can make this scarf! Simple increases and decreases create a flattering shape to this piece.

I designed this scarf back in 2018 using self striping yarn (and it was beautiful!) I recently decided to revisit this design but a little more with some different yarn

My first sample is made in City Tweed by We Crochet. The main color is Orca with some Snowshoe blended in on one end. I think the additional color adds a little fun pop.

For a limited time I am also offering Tweed hand dyed by me in the colorways and . I love the subtle shift from purples to lighter purple with undertones of coral. The tweed in this yarn is very subtle but add a bit of dimension to the finished scarf. Plus, it’s SO soft!



One Size Approx. 74” long by 10” wide.

Option 1: City Tweed by We Crochet (55% Merino wool, 25% Superfine alpaca, 20% Donegal tweed; worsted; 164yrds/100g)
Color A: Snowshoe (1 skein), Color B: Orca (3 skeins)

Option 2: Tweed by KT and the Squid (80% Merino Wool, 15% Baby Alpaca, 5% Viscose; worsted; 180yds/100g)
Color A: Crush (1 skein), Color B: Berry (3 skeins)