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Feather’s Crafts: Wrapping Up Madness

Hello Everyone!

Today, I’ve got another crochet post for y’all! This time it’s a scarf! Yes I know, a very mundane and very overly done pattern, especially for those of us who know how to crochet the harder patterns. Well tough! This is one of the very first patterns I’ve ever made by myself, and I’m still getting used to making things up with a needle and yarn. Now, if you’re wandering, yes this scarf will be on sale when the shop comes into being! So don’t worry your pretty little heads off! I gotcha covered!

So, let’s begin, shall we?


The Multiway Scarf

I’m calling this as it comes. The reason it’s a “multiway” scarf is because it’s big enough to look like a vest (if you’re using the right kind of wool). As you can see, in the pictures below, you can use a belt to cinch it in place, otherwise, you could use it as a regular scarf shawl if you wanted to.

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It was fairly easy to make (considering I borrowed a crochet technique I’d been using over Christmas), the only difficulty was the fact that the thread was so thick, sometimes I couldn’t see which part of the crossover I was at. So, if you don’t mind the extra work, then you can try this pattern out for yourself.


Materials

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Bonus Chunky DK yarn.

I’m not sure how much yarn you’re going to need. It took me at least five balls of the stuff just to get the length I wanted, but if you don’t mind having a short scarf or a thin one, then you can use regular yarn, in which case, switch out your needle from a 6mm to a 4.5mm.

6mm crochet needle.


Gauge

To be honest I don’t measure my work, so it’s free for you to decide for yourself. Scarves are, in my not so humble opinion, the easiest patterns you can come across. Sometimes there’ll be the odd difficult one (like this one I guess), but even those ones are easy to figure out.


Pattern and Price

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 Now it’s pattern time. Click the link below if you want to try the pattern out for yourself. If you want to buy it off the bat, you can, but as I said before, you’ll have to wait until the shop is up and running.

The Multiway Scarf Pattern

For those curious to know, the initial price I might set for these scarves will be at the very least £7.99, and there will be an assortment of colours. They’ll be one of a kind, so if you didn’t get the colour you wanted, just put in a request and we’ll make it up for you as soon as we can.


So, there you have it, the Multiway Scarf! I hope you guys enjoy it, I know I’ll probably keep one for myself because they are rather comfortable and warm. If you do like this post, don’t forget to give it a like, reblog or subscribe for more like it and comment below what other patterns you’d like us to try, or if you want to request an item or colour. We’ll see you next week for another story post! Oh, and don’t forget to check out the other sections of this blog! I’m pretty sure I saw Sugar Daddy talking about some really interesting stuff about TEKKEN! See you soon!

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