It’s been lovely this last week, as I haven’t had any school, work, or volunteer obligations. Instead, I’ve had a lot of time to rest, recharge, and recover! Part of my relaxation process has been a lot of crafting, and it’s been so therapeutic. One of the things I made was this really simple scarf!
- 2 skeins of Colinette Yarns Cadenza – a DK weight (3) yarn (above colours: Sea Breeze)
- Size G (4.00 mm) hook
Pattern by tick-tock hobbies
(abbreviations: DC = double crochet; INC = two double crochet into one stitch; DC2tog = one double crochet over two stitches)
- Chain twenty-seven. Starting in the fourth stitch from the hook, do a DC. These skipped chains will also count as a stitch. *In each of the next three stitches, do a DC. Over the next four stitches, do two DC2tog. In each of the next three stitches, do a DC. INC into each of the next two stitches.* Repeat from * to *, except only have an INC into one stitch the second time around. (24 stitches)
- Chain-three and turn. From here on, this pattern will be worked in the back loops only. Start in the fourth stitch from the hook and do a DC. The skipped chains will also count as a stitch. *In each of the next three stitches, do a DC. Over the next four stitches, do two DC2tog. In each of the next three stitches, do a DC. INC into each of the next two stitches.* Repeat from * to *, except only have an INC into one stitch the second time around. (24 stitches)
- Repeat step 2 as many times as desired.
My favourite aspect of this pattern is the gentle ripple look of this scarf, as I feel like it helped to echo the ocean vibes that the colourway had introduced. To be honest, the colourway was actually something I was unsure about, and I almost frogged this project multiple times. I couldn’t decide how I felt about the way the colours pooled in seemingly random spots, but seeing the final product has convinced me.
I actually purchased these skeins from an acquaintance I made in a local Sip and Stitch group! It’s been so nice to know that there is a community of fellow yarn lovers in the city, even if I haven’t been able to make it out to a lot of the monthly gatherings they have. The Facebook group they have has been great for advice on crafting and business.
I loved working with this yarn, so I was disappointed to learn that Colinette Yarns no longer exists, as they’ve closed their factory. Still, these skeins were great! The wool is 100% merino, so it’s surprisingly soft and it also has a great drape. The Internet tells me that merino is a breathable material and is good for moisture wicking, but I haven’t really tested it out yet since it’s still too early for scarves. I think I would love to work with merino wool again in the future, as long as I can find budget friendly options.
Until next time, happy crafting!
This pattern is an original pattern by June Cheung at Tick-Tock Hobbies – please do not claim this pattern as your own or reprint it on another site or any other format. If you want to share this pattern (and I’d love it if you do!), just link to this pattern and give me the proper credit. You may keep a copy of the pattern for your own personal use, but please DO NOT sell this pattern. Permission is NOT granted for any finished products to be sold for profit, or for mass production, or for factory manufacturing of any kind. Thank you so much for your respect and understanding!