Pom-pom Scarf by Tracey Todhunter
Find the pattern in issue 119 of Inside Crochet magazine.
An easy project for beginners, this oversize pom-pom scarf is bold and cosy, perfect for winter commutes or country walks.
● The Fibre Co. Cumbria Fingering, 90% wool/10% mohair, 100g/300m/328yds
Yarn A: Buttermere 014 x 1 skein
Yarn B: Eden Valley 011 x 2 skeins
Note: One skein in each colour is required for the scarf; the second skein in yarn B is for the pom-poms. If preferred, commercial faux fur pompoms can be used instead
● 2.5mm hook
● Large pom-pom maker or cardboard rings (diameter 8cm/3in) to make pom-poms
Any wool-rich 4ply weight yarn will give a similar texture and drape.
Tracey specialises in small homewares and accessories. Follow her on Instagram @grannycoolcrochet or visit her website for free patterns and news about workshops, books and pattern releases at www.grannycoolcrochet.com.
Designer: Tracey Todhunter