Crochet, Free pattern

Endless Love Skinny Scarf Finished

This is always my favorite moment of any project; the moment when a WIP becomes a FO. Tadah! Here is my Endless Love Skinny Scarf, made with Scheepjes Whirl in the colorway Raspberry Rocky Roads yarn.

Scheepjes Whirl Yarn

The yarn that I used is Scheepjes Whirl, which is a cotton/acrylic mix yarn with a very slow color gradient available in 22 colorways named after ice cream flavors. The 1000 meter cakes are large enough for a variety of projects including accessories and home deco. Scheepjes Whirl is available from Wool Warehouse (UK/Int)Knotty House (CA) or your favorite Scheepjes stockist.


Endless Love Skinny Scarf

I was going for a luxurious end result, to turn something simple like a skinny scarf into a feeling of pure indulgence. With the design I made the Whirl cake is large enough to make a skinny scarf that is 9 meters (10 yards) long!!! That is long enough for 5 large wrap arounds.

I have been wearing this wrap for a while now and it is seriously turning into one of my favorite accessories. The scarf curls into itself and the many wrap-arounds ensure that the scarf looks different each time you wear it.

I will get to writing the free pattern up for you. Be sure to check back next week when I will publish the free pattern.

With love,

Esther

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4 thoughts on “Endless Love Skinny Scarf Finished”

  1. Esther! It is beautiful! I have been looking for a scarf pattern for Scheepjes Whirl and this is amazing- do you think it would work as an infinity scarf or would it be too bulky? Thanks!!

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