Tower Scarf Pattern
by Alison Stapleton
The Tower Scarf Crochet Pattern
As the seasons change from summer to autumn there is a slight shift in the air.
At this time of the year it is nice to have a light and skinny scarf to wear.
This it the time where for just for the odd day the weather is a bit cooler but it is not yet into full blown cold weather.
The Tower Scarf is a transitional piece and will work in every wardrobe.
The neutral off-white but buttery shade is a popular colour and works with all complexions.
The Tower Scarf is stylish and comfortable to wear.
Dress up your cooler weather jackets and tops with this quick and easy beginner’s scarf that only uses one ball of yarn.
The Tower is the Blackpool Tower a famous landmark.
This is a one ball wonder which means you can make it with just one ball of yarn.
It is also a make in a day neckwear accessory which is what it says, you can make this in one day.
There is a delicate filet crochet pattern at one end which can be either ignored if you are a beginner or you could even add it to both ends of the scarf. The filet makes it an interesting asymmetrical scarf.
This garment is at the beginners crochet skill level as there are only two stitches the chain (ch) and the double crochet (dc). Although you can learn the filet piece as well.
This pattern is written in US crochet terminology.
What you will need:
- One ball yarn in DK or worsted weight yarn.
- We used Custom Woolen Mills Ltd. 100% natural wool grown and processed in Canada, in neutral.
- 5mm Crochet hook.
- Tapestry sewing needle.
- Your label (optional).
14 stitches and 6 rows to 4” (10cm) square.
Width 4” (10cm).
Length 67” (170cm) excluding fringe.
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