This scarf was designed to fight the bitter cold that started early this year. It has a simple, city-friendly, contemporary design.
It is recommended for any Worsted to Bulky weight yarns (Loops and Threads Madrid was used for the one in the images). Required hook size and approximate yardage are specified in the patterns. The finished size is approximately a foot tall; circumference depends on you! This pattern is versatile for everything from cowl to a multi-wrap infinity scarf.
The pattern is written for advanced beginner level crocheters, and really is easy enough for beginners! The pattern has been extensively tested by dedicated individuals to ensure that it as easy to understand as possible. Photo tutorials are included for all non-standard stitches (making it beginner-friendly!). It is written in US terminology, but can easily be converted to UK terminology.
Please feel free to message me if you have ANY questions regarding the pattern or if you need help with it! I’m happy to explain anything you need. It looks daunting, but once you get the hang of the repeats, you wont even need the pattern!