Blooming Moss Scarf by Christina Hadderingh

Blooming Moss Scarf

October 2021
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
3.5 mm (E)
875 - 984 yards (800 - 900 m)
22cm/8.8” wide and 180cm/72” long after blocking
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This pattern is available for €1.99 EUR
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A free version is also available on my blog.

Free blog pattern OR paid PDF
The pattern can be found on my blog. But an ad free and printer friendly PDF can also be purchased.

Poetry Collection
This pattern is part of my Poetry Collection. I have written a poem to accompany the design which hopefully will inspire the feeling of moss and Fall. Click here for all patterns of the Poetry Collection.

Did you know that moss blooms? I never did until recently. Maybe you recognize the delicate stems that pop up from the pillowy moss, but never gave it a second thought. These little stems contain spore pods. The spores are released to grow more moss. So what does this have to do with a crochet scarf you ask? Well, it was the inspiration for the Blooming Moss Scarf : D
I tried to mimic these elements by using front post stitches and small popcorn stitches on a background of moss-stitch. To make it a little bit more light weight, I used chain-2 between the sc, instead of chain-1. This gives it a beautiful drape <3

About the pattern
The pattern is available for free on my blog OR you can purchase a PDF through Etsy or Ravelry for just €1.99. Your purchase will include the full pattern as well as a printerfriendly version to save paper.
The pattern comes in a written format with a few pictures to help you along the way.
The scarf uses the following stitches (US terms): ch, sc, tr, fpdc, fptr, 3fpdc-popcorn and blsc.

About the yarn
you will need 2 balls of Scheepjes Our Tribe in color ‘A Spoonful of Yarn’ (70% Superwashed Merino, 30% Polyamide, 420m/100g)

Measurements & Gauge
10x10cm/4x4” = 12 sc/12 ch2-sp and 28 rows in ch2 moss stitch. The scarf measures 22cm/8.8” wide and 180cm/72” long after blocking.

The pattern was tested in English. The Dutch version was not tested, so little typos may occur. Please contact me through email if you have found a mistake, or if you need help with the pattern.