The Bracken Ridge scarf tutorial uses basic crochet stitches to create a wonderfully easy and elegant crochet triangle shawl that looks as good worn over a summer dress as it does with a t shirt and pair of jeans.
If you are a beginner crocheter this is a great project for you to practice your Double Crochet and Half Double Crochet stitches.
Even if these are new to you, don’t worry as I have YOUTUBE TUTORIALS (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCb7c1ZYSA66GzORaRk1eSmw) to help you learn, or you can develop your crochet skills further on the Crochet College page on my website (https://www.kingandeye.co.uk/learn-to-knit-and-crochet/crochet-college/)
- 4.5mm hook
- approx 660yds of fingering weight yarn
(you can make the shawl in a heavier weight yarn as long as you use the recommended hook size for the yarn you choose)
The pattern is for one size but once you have learned the pattern repeat you can continue until you have a shawl that fits you perfectly.
You can also make a larger scarf by using a chunkier yarn and a larger hook.
NOTE: This listing is for the purchase of the pattern ONLY, not the actual finished item. You will be receiving a digital download of instructions on how to make your own, using US stitch terms. I am happy to answer any questions that you may have when creating your own scarf from the pattern, just message me and I'll do my best to help you.
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If you're new to knitting or crochet then make sure you check out the Knitting Knowledge & Crochet College page at https://kingandeye.co.uk/learn-to-knit-and-crochet/ for tips and courses.