Aran Sampler Sarf

Project Description

What was your source for this crocheting project? Online Photo or Website Name of website or photo Aran Sampler scarf with twisted fringe Link to website or photo www.marloscrochetcorner.com/Aran Sampler Scarf.html What are you most proud of? How beautiful it turned out to be :) What advice would you give someone starting this project? You really have to be comfortable with different crochet stitches!

What you will need

  • Noro Silk Garden yarn

Q&A with webloreArt

drmyblueyz asked:
I love this! I've been wanting to try Aran stitching but a bit intimidated.
webloreArt answered:
It was actually not too hard to do the stitiches. Some were a mixture of sc+dc and sl+hdc. The most challenging at the time was the basketweave sections, but they're super easy now. The difficulty lies in keeping up with the sections and rows, and that's really not that bad.
dshepherd49 asked:
I would love to know how long it is and wide -- and what your pattern was per row.
webloreArt answered:
I'll have to ask my mom to let me measure it. As soon as I find out, I'll let you know :)
therealmc115819 asked:
I love the colors so beautiful. Is there anyway you can pass on the pattern. What weight was the yarn? How many different colors did you use? What size hook? Is there someway to order right yarn on-line? ...................Sorry for all the questions, live in Canada and availability for crochet is laugh ble.
webloreArt answered:
Thank you :) Be sure to check the "Make This" section just under the photo. I just posted the pattern. It tells you the size hook you need. I used a variegated silk/wool yarn called Noro Garden which cost about $100US, but I've also made another scarf with this pattern out of a less expensive wool that came out beautifully, too. Good luck and let me know if you need anything else :)
Creative Creations by Vicki asked:
LOVE the idea for the fringe! Have never seen that before. I'm going to go try it right now!
webloreArt answered:
The whole scarf is such a tactile treat. The fringe is very cool how it works, have fun with it!
MomGrandma asked:
Great scarf. I remember seeing the twisted stitch on Knitty Gritty when Annie Modesitt was making a hat. So simple but looks like you went to a lot of trouble.
webloreArt answered:
No trouble at all! Once you get the hang of it, it's really not hard to do. I loved making this scarf and I hope to make myself one as well.