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Joyful Josie Shawl

The Joyful Josie Shawl is inspired by my dear friend Josie (10) who has the same condition as me. Josie is a competition swimmer; just like I was at her age. Therefore I chose a yarn cake that has blue tones - the color of water. I used a simple stitch which is a combination of single crochet and double crochet stitches on top of each other, which gives a beautiful texture. For the shape I chose a round crochet shawl design based on the waves in the water. Thanks to the round shape the shawl can be worn in different ways: like a normal scarf/ shawl or as a wrap around the shoulders.

Joyful Josie Shawl

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Cake Dots Scarf

The Cake Dots Scarf is a very pretty scarf that uses one Caron Cake to complete. The pattern includes instructions to make an infinity scarf, a regular scarf, and even an over-sized scarf. The regular scarf takes one 7 oz. skein of worsted weight yarn. The example in the pattern is made with Red Heart. The over-sized scarf takes 12 oz. of worsted weight yarn. The example in the pattern uses Caron One Pound. The pattern could also be worked with less repeats to make a cowl.

Cake Dots Scarf

Ocean Waves Scarf

Do you love Caron Cakes Yarn? Then you will absolutely love this scarf made using just one skein of your favorite yarn. Color Cake Pop was used for this scarf. I am sure it will look absolutely gorgeous in any of the colors offered by Caron Cakes. The scarf is worked lengthwise and can be crocheted in 2-3 hours. The scarf is 68 inches long and 7 1/2 inches wide. The colors and the stitch pattern reminded me of the calming ocean waves. Add another relaxing project to your kitty and stay warm and toasty.

Ocean Waves Scarf

Waves of Enchantment Scarf

This gorgeous Waves of Enchantment Scarf is made with the stunning Lion Brand Mandala yarn in the Wizard colorway. This color changing yarn has a beautiful self-striping pattern which makes the color changes super easy! The wave stitch pattern of the scarf makes it visually interesting and accentuates the bold colors of the yarn. If you are making this project with a different yarn and would still like to create the color blocks, you will need to use several different colors of yarn and change colors in different sections to create the same effect.

Waves of Enchantment Scarf

Paige Convertible Mod Scarf

"The Paige Convertible Mod Scarf is unique in that it can be worn in several ways (see below) but it is also worked with a series of increases until you reach the biggest section, then decreased again back down to another pointy end. Finish with tassels if desired and you have a totally Boho-Chic scarf! Pattern only: Very chic mod scarf can be worn in so many ways-that's why it's convertible! Hooded scarf, hooded cowl, wrap, shawlette, scarf, cowl, knotted, loose, you name it! Featuring the X stitch (video here) and the Bean stitch (video here), the Paige Convertible Mod scarf has texture and then some! Measuring at 80″ end to end (without tassels!), this is plenty long for a wrap as well."Paige Convertible Mod Scarf

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Mandala Skinny Scarf

Mandala Skinny Scarf Crochet Pattern Please Add This Crochet Pattern to Your Ravelry Favorites This Pattern is a Written pattern, A Photo Tutorial and Video. Skill: Easy Materials: Crochet Hook - H/ 5.00Mm Yarn- Light (3) - 4 to 5 oz depending how long you want the scarf I Used 1 Mandala Yarn Cake By Lion Brand - Sparkle Aquarius (Sparkle only has 3.5 oz so you may need another cake) Yarn Needle Stitches: Chain (ch) Double Crochet (dc) Skip (sk) Shell Stitch (shst) - 2 dc, ch2, 2dc in the same st Notes: Ch3 counts as dc Size: 6 X 68 Inches 1 Row = 1 inch This Pattern only takes 1 cake of Mandala yarn, which is 5 ounces of Light (3) yarn. So you do not have to have a Mandala Cake to crochet This Pattern.

Mandala Skinny Scarf

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