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The Fox Scarf Crochet Pattern.

Wily as a fox scarf – and witty too! Treat yourself or that special animal lover in your life. Make a statement in support of banning the fur trade. The pattern is written using standard American crochet instructions. Included are diagrams and photographs. Designed for intermediate or experienced crocheters. You will need to know how to crochet in-the-round and make color changes mid-round.

Pattern requires 550 yards of Malabrigo Merino Worsted yarn in Rhodesian; 70 yards of black worsted weight yarn; 22 yards of cream worsted weight yarn. The fox scarf shown was hand-crocheted with a soft worsted weight 1-ply merino wool yarn and a 10-ply worsted weight merino/angora blend yarn. There is a strap on the underside of the scarf to pull the end through for holding the scarf in place. Finished dimensions are 73” long x 5“ wide.

The PDF pattern will be emailed to you within 24 hours upon purchase and payment of the pattern. I will use the email address associated with your Etsy account. All pattern sales are final.

Copyright Notice: you may sell what you make from this pattern, and if you do so, please list beeskneesknitting.etsy.com as the source for the design. Please do not re-sell or distribute this pattern to others.

THIS IS A CROCHET PATTERN, NOT THE ACTUAL SCARF.

Please feel free to convo me with any questions you might have.

PDF Pattern for Fox Scarf - Crochet Pattern - Animal Scarf

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