Snowfall Scarf Crochet Pattern:

Snowfall scarf crochet pattern is inspired by the walk on a wintery day as snowflakes are gently falling about covering the ground with a blanket of white snow. The Snowfall Neck Warmer Scarf is designed just for you to warm your day with elegance and style. Made with a DK weight yarn to keep you warm and cozy in the colder days. Make it in beautiful neutrals like gray or ivory like a snowy day or try mixing up the yarn colours by adding a punch of colour for added interest. The colourways are endless in the snowfall design.

Pattern is written with charts and some pictures to help make this design easy to follow. The base of the scarf has a snowflake trim that is crocheted onto the base with the addition of snowflakes finished with a button center that can be a bling button like the gray and ivory scarf or a pewter coloured button on the all gray scarf. This pattern would be great in many different colours to suit your style.

Yarn Used: The darker gray scarf with the gray snowflakes is made with 1 skein of Sweetgeorgia Yarns 100% Superwash Merino Wool DK 256 yards / 234 m per skein and the gray and ivory scarf was made with 2 balls of Diamond Luxury Fine Merino Superwash DK 138 yards / 125 m per ball plus 15 to 20 yarns/14 to 18 m of extra ivory Dk weight yarn for the snowflakes. You can use most DK weight yarns for this scarf.

Various crochet patterns by Valerie Baber Designs are available at: 

Etsy store: www.valeriebaberdesigns.etsy.com or Ravelry www.ravelry.com/designers/valerie-baber

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