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Headlands Crochet Scarf from Darn Good Yarn

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Fall has arrived, there are yellow and orange leaves all over and the wind starts blowing then away. It is the perfect time for an easy and quick crochet project and that is what I want to share with all of you this beautiful free pattern called Headlands Crochet Scarf from Darn Good Yarn.

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About

the pattern

 

This pattern was named after the Headlands Dark Sky Park in Michigan by its designer Heather Anderson @TheUnraveledMitten, because it reminds her of the beautiful dance of the northern lights across the sky.

The pattern is worked using double crochet stitches (dc), increasing and decreasing as you go along each row to create the peaks and valleys, and giving the waving look to it.

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Boho scarf

The pattern recommends using an Crochet Hook, Size J, 6.0mm, but you can use a different size depending on the type of yarn you use. I used a Crochet Hook, Size H, 5.0mm and it turned out perfect!

You can also customize the length to fit your needs by crocheting as many or as little rows as you like.

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Boho scarf

Find the free pattern here

This is my own version of the Headlands Crochet Scarf, which I called Boho Scarf (available in my shop).

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For this one I use a skein of yarn (100% premium acrylic) I had at home and you can use any type of yarn you have or you can get the crochet kit from Darn Good Yarn, which includes 2 Skeins DGY Silky Baby 3 ply Recycled Silk Yarn and you can choose between 4 different colors.

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So, what are you waiting for? Go and crochet your own scarf!

 

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Jenny

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Comments

  1. Hi, Jenny Great looking post it’s full of great info and content, y

    cover some very important points within your post also, keep it up.

    Cheers Dave

  2. I absolutely love scarfs, and loved your bohemian scarf and did check it out in your shop. But, not sure how price coverts in US dollars. Perhaps you could let me know here. Thanks great site I will visit again. Can’t wait hear from you about price. Hopefully I can afford it.
    Blessings
    Scarlett

  3. This is interesting and timely. It’s getting little chilly outside– And a SCARF is a must.

    I’m fond of crochet as well, but not that patient unfortunately. I made a couple of scarves as well like, way back– it was a project and gave it to a friend.
    Seeing this, makes me want to try it again. The design is pretty too!

    • You should definitively try it. This pattern was very easy to follow and builds up very quickly, so it doesn’t requires a lot of patience hehe. Thanks for your comment!

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