Among the Wildflowers by CJ Brady

Among the Wildflowers

Crochet
February 2018
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
gauge is not critical, medium tension recommended
4.0 mm (G)
435 yards (398 m)
one size
US
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“You belong among the wildflowers, You belong in a boat out at sea, Sail away, kill off the hours, You belong somewhere you feel free…”--Tom Petty

Among the Wildflowers scarf is light and airy, and reminds me of a field of wildflowers, and that reminds me of this song! This scarf is perfect for a chilly day or for the transition into Spring, or with a very light cotton or linen yarn for Summer.

The body of the scarf is crocheted sideways with an easy six-row repeat for both the increase and the decrease sections. One edge is straight while the bottom edge curves forming a modified crescent shape. Once the body of the scarf is crocheted, the petal edging is crocheted along the curved edge without breaking the yarn.

This is truly a one skein project, using one skein of at least 435 yards of sock or fingering weight yarn. For my scarf I used Mineville Wool Project 100G Sock yarn in the colorway “Boudoir”.

Use your favorite speckle or tonal hand-painted yarn of at least 435 yards to make your own beautiful easy-to-wear scarf.

Among the Wildflowers copyright CJ Brady Designs 2018