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Ribbed Keyhole Scarf with Crocheted Rose


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Pattern for a keyhole scarf with crocheted flower. This pattern is similar to my keyhole flower neck warmer pattern but more flexible. This scarf can be knit in almost any weight yarn. It can easily be made wider or longer. You can knit a small neck warmer or a substantial scarf. This is a very easy scarf to wear, you simply slip one end of the scarf into the keyhole at the other end and it stays in place with no fuss or worry. The scarf is appropriate for a knitter with average skills or an adventurous beginner. Most of the scarf is easy but a beginner may have a little difficulty with the key hole though I have tried to give very simple instructions. Basic crochet skills are also needed to make the rose embellishment. I am also glad to answer any questions about the pattern. The pattern is copyrighted by Judy Stalus 2013. The pattern is intended for personal use only. Reproduction in any manner, including electronic reproduction is prohibited. This means that printing multiple copies, electronic copying, scanning, posting to the internet or otherwise distributing in any form is prohibited. Please do not sell this pattern. You may sell items made from the pattern though I would appreciate an acknowledgement. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Basic Knitting and basic crochet skills for the flower GAUGE 4.5 - 5 stitches per inch SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 4 1/2 inches by 48 inches but easily adjustable. SUGGESTED YARN 400 yards of Worsted weight

Recommended with this pattern

  • 400 yards worsted weight yarn
  • Size 10 straight knitting needles, Size 9 or 10 circular needle, Size I crochet hook

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Black Iris
Black Iris
My first love is photography but I also paint, bead, crochet and knit. I live on fifty acres of gardens, fields and forest and much of my inspiration comes from nature and especially my flowers. I prefer natural fibers but try new things and can create with almost any material. Visit my Etsy shops: