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Happy New Year! Last year is behind us and the new year is still, well…., new. The shiny new newness hasn’t worn off of our Christmas gifts yet and we still like playing with them. Or at least, I do.
But what if you got new yarn for Christmas. What do you make with it? I have an idea for you. This is a free crochet pattern.
About the Yarn
I was gifted some yarn for Christmas. I got some bulky 100% baby alpaca in ivory and in a dusty rose. I also got 100% baby alpaca in worsted weight.
Just touching the yarn was luxurious. It’s so soft! I had to make something wearable. As Crystal with Bag-o-Day Crochet on YouTube says, it’s scarfable.
Oh, boy, is it scarfable!!
I wanted something I could wear close to my skin some I could feel how soft it is. While I used baby alpaca for this scarf, you can use whatever yarn you want.
When I was making it, before I wrote the pattern, I was thinking about how the rows of single crochet reminded me of the snow on gingerbread houses. The double crochet rows were like window panes. That’s how it came to be called Frosted Windows.
Free Crochet Pattern
3 balls Alpaca Warehouse worsted weight 100% baby alpaca yarn, ivory (109 yards per ball)
Size L 8mm Furls Streamline Crochet Hook
* Chain 1 at the beginning of each row does not count as a stitch
* If you don’t like to do a chain 1 before a double crochet row, you can do a chain 3, which WILL count as the first stitch, and proceed accordingly.
* Gauge is not important for this project.
Row 1: SC in 2nd ch from hk, sc across (19 sts)
Row 2-5: Ch 1, sc across
Row 6: Ch 1, DC in 1st st, ch 1, *dc, ch 1* across to last st, dc in last st (10 sts, 9 ch spaces)
Row 7: Rep row 6
Row 8-12: SC across
Row 13-14: Rep rows 6-7
Repeat to desired length. End with row 5.
Ch 1, sc around. Place 3 sc in each corner for a smooth turn.
Option 1: Add 3 strands into each stitch for fringe.
Option 2: Make 4 tassels and attach to each coroner.
Option 3: Finish with row 7 and sew ends together to form a cowl or infinity scarf.
Weave in ends. Block if desired.
Enjoy your Frosted Windows Scarf.
For another free crochet pattern, check out the Double Layer Crochet Beanie.
Do you like these kinds of patterns? Leave a comment letting me know what else you would like to see. If you make this pattern, tag me on instagram. I would love to see what you make.
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