Carpet of Blossom Scarf by Joanne Scrace

Carpet of Blossom Scarf

April 2020
Lace ?
3.0 mm
750 - 1100 yards (686 - 1006 m)
one size
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The inspiration for this shawl was the pattern of blossom on the ground after a first wind of spring, at the point where two trees with contrasting blossom met, the scattering of their petals on the pavement was so beautiful.
Created from a simple motif that is joined as you go. This modular scarf is almost a piece of art, a show-stopper that can be customised to use as many colours as you like and to create any shape that you choose as the motifs can be joined in any configuration. Let your creativity flourish.

Length 127cm/50in
Width 23cm/9in
Size and shape are fully adjustable, just join the motifs in any configuration. The full 200g of yarn can make an area of approx 4800cmsq/750insq

1 100g skein of West Yorkshire Spinners Exquisite (laceweight, 80% Falkland Wool, 20% Mulberry Silk, 800m/875yds/100g) in each of:
Col A: Rose (560)
Col B: Belgravia (585)
3mm hook (US D)

Each finished motif measures 3.5cm/1.5in across

Difficulty Rating

Skills Needed
Basic crochet stitches, working in rounds, puff stitches, joining as you go.

Motifs are worked in the round without turning and joined as you go.

This pattern forms part of the book The Shawl Project: Book Five, a collection of five designs for laceweight yarn.
All patterns are written using standard UK crochet terminology (with US translations given in the abbreviations) and charted.