Alana Lacy Scarf

Alana Lacy Scarf

Alana Lacy Scarf
Alana Lacy Scarf
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"In summer, I like working on lacy crochet patterns that are perfect for the hot weather. Make this lace scarf to dress up your summer wardrobe. The pattern grows very fast and you can whip up a couple of scarves in a day. How about making it in different colors? I used both acrylic and cotton DK weight yarn. the cotton one had so much stitch definition, it turned out beautiful. You can even easily add more rows to turn it into a shawl."

Difficulty LevelBeginner

Crochet Hook4.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished Size58 inches long and 6 ½ inches wide not measuring the tassels.

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I am always happy to run across a summer accessory pattern. When most people think of crochet, me included, they think of afghans and winter items such as gloves and hats. Again, it is refreshing to find an item that can be used the other half of the year in crochet.

This lacy scarf is just the thing for a summer accessory. With the light and delicate design it will and can add a pop of color to any summer outfit without being over bearing. Depending on the color you select to crochet this Alana lacy scarf it could easily be a fall/winter accessory.

This is a stunning scarf pattern! I live in the south and have not been able to make many patterns for myself because they're too warm but this one just might work! I was very glad to see that it was designated as a "beginner" pattern too! I've never done the shell stitch or used cotton yarn so I'll be learning along the way. I'm looking forward to making this scarf. Thanks for the beautiful free pattern!

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