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Please note that this is the PDF PATTERN for the Candytuft Scarf, not the finished piece. Written in US crochet terms.When was the last time you picked up a gorgeous skein of brightly colored, heavily speckled yarn and just fell into it like a pool of wonder and beauty? You know those skeins that look like galaxies bursting or fields upon fields of wildflowers exploding with life and joy!That’s what Nutmegged (and many of Meg's yarns!) feels like to me, just joyous explosions of color everywhere. And I instantly adored it! I knew it would be perfect for this design, too, which has been hibernating for a while now (like several years) just waiting for the perfect colorway to catch my eye.Pairing all of that amazingly energetic color with a creamy neutral yarn creates this marled beauty that is somehow both endlessly playful and impressively grounded by having that single, solid color running throughout.It creates a perfect field for all of those beautiful speckled colors to dance around on, weaving in and over and around one another through a fabric created with the linen stitch for a delightful drape. Alternating rows of spike stitches add an extra element of interest by making cute little elongated tufts sprinkled throughout for just a little bit of fun texture while giving all those colors just one more way to show off!Making this scarf is like twirling through a meadow filled with ALL the wildlfowers in bloom! It’s heady and flirty and a delight to both make and wear. Come join in the fun while you let those colors dance!The pattern itself includes not only the written instructions, but also a link to a detailed video tutorial as well as a color coded chart for further visual aid in demonstrating the spike stitch placement. You’ll also find guidance on modifications and blocking as well as helpful hints sprinkled throughout the pattern.STITCHES & TECHNIQUES:-Single crochet, specifically the linen stitch (defined in pattern)-Spike stitches (defined in pattern)-Marling (working with two strands of yarn held together), though this is optional! You could substitute a DK or light worsted weight yarn, too. (Go peep the Project Gallery for some inspo!)GAUGE:Rows 1–26 should equal approximately 5” (13 cm) wide by 4” (10 cm) tall unblocked. Gauge is not critical for this project, just make sure you create a fabric that you like the look and feel of!Finished measurements of sample after blocking were 5” (13 cm) wide by 56” (142 cm) long.Note: for a longer scarf, you can just make it narrower! Guidance is included in the pattern on width modifications and more.SUGGESTED MATERIALS:-Classic Sock by Megs & Co in Nutmegged and French 75 (100 g, 460 yds (420 m)), light fingering weight (0: lace) yarn, 75% superwash merino wool and 25% nylon, 1 skein each-F/5 (3.75 mm) crochet hook-stitch marker(s)-scissors-darning needlePattern was tech edited by Catherine Whelan and tested in Yarnpond. Many, many thanks to all of my fabulous pattern testers, including KnotEmmaknits, Raphaële Cilia, Ilea, Cascadiacrochet, Sarah Epplin, Holly, Christine, Bahar E., Keinaphels, and YarnyArcher. They rocked this test!I invite and encourage you to sell any items made from my patterns; I simply ask that you credit me for the design, especially if listing online, by linking back to the source of the pattern. Copying, redistributing, or selling the pattern itself or a derivative thereof is strictly prohibited.For more information on the Candytuft Scarf and a pattern tester gallery for more inspiration, see: https://www.crochetcetera.com/post/candytuft-scarfShop more crochet patterns at https://crochetcetera.etsy.com/?section_id=29801536 or see my full portfolio on Ravelry at https://www.ravelry.com/designers/connie-lee-lynchSubscribe to my newsletter for crochet tips, resources, patterns, and inspiration delivered straight to your inbox! https://www.crochetcetera.com/newsletter
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Great pattern; well-written, easy-to-follow directions, pictoral views of directions. Loved making this cowl and the results.
cstknits1 Mar 16, 2023
Fantastic pattern, I’m already on my second hat! Love it, totally recommend ❤️✨
Ruth Nov 30, 2022
This will be perfect for my shawls! Video was helpful. Fast delivery
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