Stonefield Scarf (Assigned Pooling) by Heather Stagl

Stonefield Scarf (Assigned Pooling)

Crochet
February 2024
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
6 stitches and 11 rows = 2 inches
in moss stitch
5.0 mm (H)
840 - 860 yards (768 - 786 m)
One size
US
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The Stonefield Scarf uses a method called assigned pooling, where the color changes in the yarn determine where the puff stitches go. It requires variegated yarn, not color work, to achieve the desired result:  an array of randomly placed puffs that stand out from the background. The pattern is entirely dependent on the yarn you use, so every scarf is unique!

Note: It may take some experimentation to find yarn that will work, or you can use the recommended yarn in the pattern.

What you’ll learn:  Assigned Pooling, Front/Back-Post Puff stitch

Size: 8” x 70”, or desired length
Yarn weight:  Fingering (1)
Yarn quantity:  840 yards
Skill level: Intermediate.
Pattern type:  Step-by-step written instructions with photos
Language:  English with US terminology
Pages:  8

This pattern has been independently tested for clarity and accuracy.

If you have any questions as you make it, I’m happy to help!