Moths Ate My Flower Scarf by Sue Stapleton

Moths Ate My Flower Scarf

by Sue Stapleton
Crochet
February 2020
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
28 stitches and 11 rows = 4 inches
in Measured over the pattern
3.5 mm (E)
930 - 984 yards (850 - 900 m)
63 inches/160cm long. 13 ½ inches/34.2cm wide. Measured across widest section of the shawl.
both US and UK
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This Scarf started out life as a plain old rectangle. I drew up my design and it was too perfect. Too symmetrical! My mind kept looking at ways to make it a little more unique!

Then the idea of a scarf that had been eaten by moths popped into my head. So this is my take on a scarf attacked my moths. The result is a rather unique scarf which drapes nicely around the shoulders due to the Moth Eaten sections.

Designed for use with one cake of Scheepjes Whirl.
Materials:
1 x Scheepjes Whirl or similar 4ply yarn. Approx 800m used
Scissors
Tapestry Needle
3.5mm hook

Finished Measurements:
63 inches/160cm long.
13 ½ inches/34.2cm wide. Measured across widest section of the shawl.

Available in Uk and Us terms.

24 pages of pattern including the written instructions, graphs and photographs. Included in this 24 pages is credit to my testers. You can choose to omit printing any pages that are not necessary to you. I feel it is important to give credit to my testers as without them my patterns would likely not be anywhere near as good.

I like the colour purple and state my stitch counts in purple at the end of each row.

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