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Moonlit Mohair Scarf


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I love the mohair blen of Moonlight Mohair yarn. This bulky yarn gives you warmth and a little sparkle. It took me a while to figure out what this yarn wanted to be. Then cold weather hit and this yarn called out to me. The half double crochet stitches give a slight open weave to the scarf and the fuzz from the mohair hides the stitching. I live in jeans and the Glacier Bay color really goes well with my casual clothes and jackets. Because the yarn has some sparkle to it, you can wear the scarf with a dress coat to the office or when you go out on the town. The mohair is soft and warm. This scarf is one of my favorites. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY half double crochet, foundation half double crochet, single crochet, working with multiple strand yarn GAUGE Not important to this pattern SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 7" wide by 58" long not including fringe SUGGESTED YARN 410 yards of Bulky weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Lion Brand Moonlight Mohair COLORWAY Glacier Bay

Recommended with this pattern

  • 5 skeins Moonlight Mohair Yarn from Lion Brand, Size L crochet hook, tapestry needle, scissors
  • measuring tape

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The Granny Squared
The Granny Squared
I have been crafting since I was a kid.I Since my breast cancer diagnosis, I have decided to do what I love--which is crochet and other needle work. Lily Chin, Doris Chan, and Robyn Chachula are my inspirations. They have wonderful ideas and no one on the planet crochets faster than Lily Chin. I am always looking to expand my skill set. You could call me a fiber junky. My yarn stash is taking over the house and storage unit. Creating patterns is a new skill for me. I have so many patterns in my head--I usually do not use a pattern any more. Getting the ideas in my head and into digital format is an exciting new area of my home business. My crochet business, The Granny Squared can be found on Etsy. You can check out my blog at to see what I have been up to lately.