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Scarves & Shawls


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The Foxtrot Shawl is a simple and modern design with the focus on the edging. The pattern uses cotton, however it is suitable for any lightweight yarn. You can increase or decrease the size easily, and it works well with different coloured sections too. It is made of simple stitches, and results in a pretty and delicate shawl, which works great as a scarf too.

The PDF pattern includes lots of pictures and detailed descriptions.

Suitable for: Confident beginners

You will need:

  • 625 meters of Cotton DK

  • 4mm hook

  • Darning needle and scissors

  • A piece of card to make the tassels, and a stitch marker may be useful


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The Arcade Delights scarf was originally designed for The Crochet Society Subscription box. The pattern uses an arcade stitch with little beaded sections, and is a gorgeous, intricate piece which is ideal for those between-season days

Suitable for: Intermediate

You will need:

  • 4mm hook

  • Approx 490m DK yarn:
    I have used Rico Creative Silky Touch DK in Mustard x3 100g balls (100% acrylic)

  • Scissors and needle

  • A piece of card for making the fringe may be useful

eCHO iNfinity scarf

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The Echo Infinity Scarf pattern uses a repeated sections of different textured stitches to make a unique scarf. It is adjustable and includes the information to use the design to make other sizes.

It is worked flat, and joined together in a way which disguises the seam so that it blends in- the perfect Infinity scarf. The pattern uses Aran yarn, but is suitable for other weights too.

The PDF file contains lots of helpful pictures and guidance for the stitches. 

Suitable for: Confident beginners

You will need:

  • Approx 300m Aran yarn

  • 6mm hook

  • Darning needle and scissors

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