MYRTLE Crochet Scarf PDF Pattern


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Made in Lynton, United Kingdom

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Myrtle is the second design in my Kissing Circles collection.
Myrtle is named after Myrtleberry which is a house in the middle of the East Lyn gorge near Watersmeet.
The colours are inspired by the wild whortleberries that grow on Exmoor which are related to Myrtleberries.

Myrtle has been designed as a ‘stash buster’ scarf. Stash busting is a term coined by crocheters and knitters for using left over yarns from previous projects.

For best effect, use colours from the same colour family to achieve a similar look to my design.
I have used a selection of The Natural Dye Studio’s 4 ply yarns, including Godiva HT (High Twist 100% Merino, Godiva Silk (High Twist 70% Merino/30% Silk) and Phoenix (50% Merino/50% Silk)

300 gms of a selection of 4 Ply/Sock Yarns
400 metres per 100 gms
I used over 20 colours, however the scarf will work just as well with 10 different colours

This pattern contains the following…..

Detailed colour and yarn recommendations
Written and charted Motif instructions in UK and US terms.
Step by step construction charts
Full coloured layout chart.