It's a lovely deep peacock blue with scattered sequins, just enough bling to make it dressy, or be worn with jeans casually.
Find it in our ETSY shop at a great price, because it works up quickly.
For those of you that want to make this, here is the free pattern!
- 6 mm hook
- About 1/3 - 1/2 skein of Patton's Lace Sequin Yarn in Aquamarine. You can make it longer and use more of course. I was surprised at how little yarn I used, because it is so lightweight and thin, it's a bit deceiving (in a good way!). This is one of my new favorite yarns :)
- This pattern uses the lattice stitch.
- Chain and stitch loosely for this look, using the larger hook with thin yarn like this keeps the scarf lightweight.
- Increase the foundation chain to the desired width if you crochet in a tighter fashion, just use an even number.
- ch = chain
- dc = double corchet
- st = stitch
- sk = skip
- * = indicated repeated part of pattern
- Chain 18
- Dc into 2nd st, ch 1, skip 1 st, *dc, ch 1, sk 1* <--lattice stitch, repeat across, then chain 2 and turn.
- *Dc in ch space, ch 1* across, ch 2, turn
- repeat to desired length, always dc-ing into the ch space
- optional fringe: I added a few pieces of fringe, kept it airy and lightweight for spring. Planning to make another in a new color and add beads!
***Feel free to use your work from my free patterns for whatever purpose you like of course (you legally can sell your work from ANY pattern in the US according to copyright law, you just can't take someone's pattern and claim it as your own), but please link back to my post (not when selling, just re-posting). Please do not copy and post this pattern and claim it as your own. You may share photos that include the Horizontal Designs text only.