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Quick and Easy Flower Edged Scarf


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If you've never tried Tunisian Crochet and especially if you're a knitter who has never tried it, this may be the project for you. It's a quick and easy introduction to this wonderful craft and I've included a photo tutorial for those of you willing to give it a try. The scarf is crocheted with a large size N Tunisian crochet hook, so it really is completed quickly. The vine and leaves are needle felted on after the scarf is completed and I've included a photo tutorial on that too. And don't worry about crocheting or knitting flowers! Just purchase some trim at your favorite sewing and fabric store, cut it into individual flowers, tack them on and you've got a scarf! As with all my designs, if you have any questions as you work through the pattern and tutorial, please contact me at the Email listed on the top of the pattern. I'm always happy to help you have fun, hopefully learn something new and end up with a fabulous result BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Long tail Cast On or Crochet Chain Bind Off Single Crochet GAUGE 3 stitches + 1 inch/2.5 cm SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Finished measurements: About 60 inches/152 cm long, 8 inches/20 cm wide SUGGESTED YARN 218 yards of Bulky weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Cucirini Tre Stella Natura COLORWAY Natural

Supplies Needed

  • Bulky Weight Yarn, 7 oz/200 gr, 218 yds/200 m
  • Tunisian (Afghan) crochet hook, size N (#15/10 mm),
  • Needle feltng brush and tool

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Lenas's Legacy Hand Knits
Lenas's Legacy Hand Knits
Follow my blog at: I am certified as a Level 1 Master Hand Knitter by The Knitting Guild Association. My grandmother Lena taught me to knit when I was 4 years old and told me that a lifetime of knitting pleasure was her legacy to me. I love to design and knit and enter my work in competitions. I've won numerous awards and ribbons over the years and that's a lot of fun, but the greatest pleasure is the actual creative process. I specialize in Beginner and Intermediate level designs that teach new skills and promote excitement for the art that is Knitting. I think new knitters should have the opportunity to work with a well-written design that reinforces their current skills, teaches them new skills and gets a "WOW, you made that?!!?" response when showing off their completed project.