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Crochet Snow Princess Scarf Free Pattern

Leyla
Leyla
Apr 02, 2024 06:58 AM
Crochet Snow Princess Scarf Free Pattern

Imagine a beautifully crafted scarf fit for a winter princess, made with intricate crochet work that resembles delicate snowflakes. This Snow Princess Scarf is not just a piece of winter accessory, but a work of art that will make you feel like royalty when you wear it. The soft yarn used in creating this scarf ensures both warmth and comfort, making it perfect for chilly days spent outdoors. The Snow Princess Scarf features a unique design that sets it apart from ordinary scarves. The crochet detailing adds a touch of elegance and sophistication, making it a statement piece that will elevate any winter outfit. Whether you're attending a holiday party or simply taking a stroll in the snow, this scarf will make you feel like a true winter princess.

Level: Easy/beginner +

Gauge

4” (10 cm)= 13 HDC

4” (10 cm)= 9 rows

Size of finished scarf (before sewing)

6” (16 cm) wide and 81” (205 cm) in length

Notes

I will be using US terms (British terms in brackets)

You will need

2 skeins of Stylecraft Special Aran in shade Cream (or any other Aran/Medium 4 yarn of your preference)

A 5 mm crochet hook

Pair of scissors

A tapestry needle

Abbreviations

Ch: chain

St: Stitch

Sl st: slip stitch

Sk: Skip

HDC: Half Double Crochet (Half Treble Crochet)

EOR: End of row

To begin

To start, make a slip knot.

Ch 250

Complete rows as follows:

1: HDC in 3rd chain from the hook, HDC into each ch until end of row (first ch 2 counts as a HDC)

2: Ch 1 (=turning chain throughout), turn your work, HDC into front facing loop of the bottom of each HDC from previous row (see photo below for more details) until eor, placing your last stitch into the ch 2 from previous row. This front facing loop is not one of the 2 loops at the top of each stitch, but this is the loop which is at the bottom front of the stitch.

Place your HDC through the front facing loop at the bottom of the stitch

3: Ch 1, turn your work, HDC into the back loop only of each HDC until eor (see photo).

Place your HDCs into the back loop only of the stitches for this row

4: Ch 1 (=turning chain), turn your work, HDC into front facing loop of the bottom of each HDC from previous row until eor.

5-14: Alternate rows 2 and 3 until you reach row 15, or until you are satisfied with length of project.

You can add more rows if you wish to make this project larger.

Fasten off, tidy up all loose ends.

Optional: Block your project to avoid “curling”.

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