Crochet scarf, Flower neckwrap, Pattern No11, in both UK and US crochet terms
*** Pattern No 11 Flower Neckwrap ***
This crochet pattern is for a cosy neckwrap with rose feature, all held in place by a long loop wrapped around the neck. My good friend (Hi Sharon!) makes knitted versions of these scarves and I just had to see if I could make a crochet version!
I've made this scarf in a cotton bamboo yarn, but you could also use a soft pure or merino wool which would make a lovely scarf for the winter. And because this scarf is so small it's really easy to carry it around in your handbag.
All of my patterns state exactly how much yarn I've used, by colour and weight, to allow you to utilise any yarn stash you may have!!
Measurements : Long 19.75in/50cm, Wide 2.75in/7cm
Please feel free to sell the items you make from this pattern but please do NOT sell, distribute or reproduce this pattern in anyway. I would also appreciate you crediting my little shop when you sell the finished items :-). Thank you for your respect.
My patterns are written in both UK/European and US/American crochet terms in two separate files. The PDF file attached to this listing is written in UK/European terms. The zip file attached to this listing contains both the UK/European file and the US/American file. (If you are unsure which one to use, the UK/European file uses terms like htr=half treble and the US/American file uses terms like sc=single crochet and hdc=half double crochet. Hope this helps!)
Thanks so much for looking!! R♥
- Written Crochet Pattern
- Difficulty level Beginners
- Both UK/European and US/American Crochet Terms
- One size pattern
Materials you need at home:
- King Cole Bamboo Cotton or any DK-weight cotton yarn (US DK/Light Worsted, AUS 8-ply) 40g/1.41oz
- 4.00mm (G/6) crochet hook
Avondale Patterns by Ruth Teskey
I ♥ Crochet!!!
I love all things crafty - knitting, sewing, lacemaking, embroidery, but my true passion is crochet. I was taught to crochet by a wonderful lady and am lucky to now be able to pass that knowledge on to others, in my classes and through my written patterns.
I hope you like my little designs. Happy Crocheting! R♥