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Crochet Scarf Pattern: Crochet Mosaic Scarf, PDF download

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***This listing is for a PDF crochet pattern, NOT a finished item.***

This scarf is made in the mosaic crochet technique in which one color is used across the row. Mosaic crochet is quite easy and satisfying!

This mosaic crochet scarf is fun to crochet with its striking geometric design! The pattern includes both versions of the scarf: one is made in worsted weight yarn with less rows and the other is made in light weight yarn with more rows. The scarf can be made in the colors shown or any colors of worsted weight or light weight yarn you choose. This scarf is a lot easier to make than it looks, since only one color of yarn is used in each row!

A special stitch is introduced with complete instructions and step-by-step photos to work the special stitch. If you already know how to make a chain and a single crochet, and are eager to learn a new stitch, you’re ready to make this scarf!

The black/pink/orange/yellow mosaic scarf is made with 1 ball of #226 Black, 1/2 ball of hand-dyed #201 Winter White Patons Classic Wool Worsted yarn and size H (5mm) crochet hook. The turquoise mosaic scarf is made with 1/2 ball each of Caron Simply Soft Light yarn and size G (4mm) crochet hook.

Note: This was my first attempt at dyeing yarn, which you can read about in my blog post here: http://thecrochetarchitect.com/dyeing-yarn-for-the-first-time/. The blog post includes a link to my 12 page pdf tutorial on dyeing yarn with Easter Egg dyes.

Since I didn’t want the hand-dyed yarn to pool, I decided to design a mosaic scarf with it. It worked out great and there was absolutely NO pooling!

As shown, the scarf measures 4" wide x 55-56" long, plus fringe. It can easily be made longer by working more repeats across the rows.

The pattern includes written instructions, step-by-step photos for working in the back bump of the foundation chain, working the special stitch and adding the fringe. A mosaic crochet chart is also included.

There are in-progress photos of each row (in the scarf with more rows: the turquoise scarf), showing you how each row should look after working it, so you’ll be assured that you’re working your rows correctly!

Bonus: There are no tails to weave in on this scarf, since the tails are turned into the fringe!
***This listing is for a PDF crochet pattern, NOT a finished item.***

This scarf is made in the mosaic crochet technique in which one color is used across the row. Mosaic crochet is quite easy and satisfying!

This mosaic crochet scarf is fun to crochet with its striking geometric design! The pattern includes both versions of the scarf: one is made in worsted weight yarn with less rows and the other is made in light weight yarn with more rows. The scarf can be made in the colors shown or any colors of worsted weight or light weight yarn you choose. This scarf is a lot easier to make than it looks, since only one color of yarn is used in each row!

A special stitch is introduced with complete instructions and step-by-step photos to work the special stitch. If you already know how to make a chain and a single crochet, and are eager to learn a new stitch, you’re ready to make this scarf!

The black/pink/orange/yellow mosaic scarf is made with 1 ball of #226 Black, 1/2 ball of hand-dyed #201 Winter White Patons Classic Wool Worsted yarn and size H (5mm) crochet hook. The turquoise mosaic scarf is made with 1/2 ball each of Caron Simply Soft Light yarn and size G (4mm) crochet hook.

Note: This was my first attempt at dyeing yarn, which you can read about in my blog post here: http://thecrochetarchitect.com/dyeing-yarn-for-the-first-time/. The blog post includes a link to my 12 page pdf tutorial on dyeing yarn with Easter Egg dyes.

Since I didn’t want the hand-dyed yarn to pool, I decided to design a mosaic scarf with it. It worked out great and there was absolutely NO pooling!

As shown, the scarf measures 4" wide x 55-56" long, plus fringe. It can easily be made longer by working more repeats across the rows.

The pattern includes written instructions, step-by-step photos for working in the back bump of the foundation chain, working the special stitch and adding the fringe. A mosaic crochet chart is also included.

There are in-progress photos of each row (in the scarf with more rows: the turquoise scarf), showing you how each row should look after working it, so you’ll be assured that you’re working your rows correctly!

Bonus: There are no tails to weave in on this scarf, since the tails are turned into the fringe!

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