This vibrant scarflet is the perfect accessory for fall and winter!
There are times when we don’t want the weight and volume of a heavy scarf, and yet, a rayon or cotton scarf is limited. At the same time, a crocheted infinity scarf or a cowl just doesn’t seem to fit the style or the weather either.
And thus enter this fabulous scarflet. It could add a burst of color to your outfit and keep you warm enough on those days when you don’t need to bundle up as if you’re off for an Arctic trek. It could make a great gift, too, or an item to sell at a crafts fair, as it’s so eye-catching and appealing that passersby may want to take a second look.
Yes, this is a gorgeous pattern and it’s also free! It’s the “Turning Seasons Scarflet” by Joanita Theron of Creative Crochet Workshop. It uses the treble stitch, along with both single and double crochet stitchs, to create the intricate texture. You’ll find a complete written pattern that will guide you to success from start to finish. While you’re at her blog, be sure to scroll down to see links to other fabulous and free patterns that were a part of a blog hop!
Should you happen to be unfamiliar with the treble stitch — also known as the triple crochet stitch — check out the YouTube tutorial videos below for guidance. We’ve added both right-hand and left-hand versions!
Treble Crochet Stitch Tutorial – Right Hand
Treble Crochet Stitch Tutorial – Left Hand
And if you’re on the lookout for more free patterns and tutorials for scarves, infinity scarves, shawls, ponchos and other crochet accessories be sure to check out some of our other favorites here at Crochet Maze. Links are below!
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