Emily Mulberry Scarf Crochet Pattern
Fall days are here, with sunlight that glows like candlelight, and air that is cool and full of the fall scents of newly fallen leaves. My favourite season always seems like a dream, romantic and fleeting.
With fall quickly turning into winter, it’s time to get you hooking up this gorgeous scarf that is meant to work as an accessory rather than under under your coat. Using a stitch you don’t see too often, plus some open stitching, the Emily Mulberry Scarf is meant to jazz up an outfit and add some interest to your wardrobe. The scarf begins using the extended single crochet and is thicker in this section before tapering to a thinner section that is crocheted with an open V stitch. It’s interesting, and I hope you like this unique piece. Paired with a cream top and jeans, it’ll keep you feeling snug and warm indoors.
Whether you’re at your desk working, or running errands on a warmer day, this scarf will keep away the chillier winds that are staring to blow. Made with merino wool, it’s a joy to work up and even more fun to wear. I used a smaller hook for this yarn, and needed only three skeins of this crispy and squishy yarn by Sugarbush. The rich colour, the feel of this lightweight but cozy yarn make for the coziest of crochet sessions. Perfect for a lazy Sunday afternoon. Or a rainy day sipping tea, hook and yarn in lap. Wherever you are, you’ll enjoy crocheting this darling piece. So let’s get crocheting shall we?
Emily Mulberry Scarf P attern
4esc = one inch, one VS= 1/2 inch
1 1/4” x 67”
285 yards DK yarn
Sugarbush Crisp, 3 skeins in Mulberry
I hope you all love this scarf; it’s elegant but unique and just right for the season. Plus, the rich colour will transition nicely into winter, making this piece versatile. Who could ask for more? Be sure to follow me on my Instagram and use the hashtag #prettyincrochet so I can see your versions of this eye catching scarf.