Stellar snowflake scarf – crochet pattern

It’s here! Both winter *brrrrr* and the Stellar Snowflake Scarf pattern! Wrap up warm in this super oversized crochet scarf with tassel edging and hexagon snowflake design.

Imagine it on a frosty morning walk with a bright winter coat, wrapped as a shawl over a chunky knit or… how perfect would it be over a black dress/jumper dress for a festive Christmas outfit?!

It’s named after the Stellar Dendrite snowflake, the beautiful snow crystals that have six symmetrical branches. The word dendrite means ‘tree-like’ and inspired the intricate design for each flake.

Once you’ve made a few of the hexagons you’ll find it works up quickly, and the variety amongst the hexagons and half hexagons keeps things interesting. I love taking projects made up from squares and hexagons on trips as they’re nice and portable. Then when you get home you have a stack of hexagons ready to sew together!

Available now on LoveCrafts, Etsy and Ravelry.

Skill level: Advanced beginner. Uses basic stitches but possibly some new techniques for a complete beginner, all fully explained in the pattern with description and photos. 

Size: Approx. 220cm x 55cm (without fringe).

Materials needed:

A (snowflakes) – Aran yarn – 503m / 550 yards
B (contrast colour) – Aran yarn – 1,143m / 1,250 yards
5mm crochet hook
Tapestry needle and scissors
Piece of card 18cm long for tassels

PDF Pattern includes: Full written instructions in both UK and US terms, and step-by-step photographs. Note: you will need to know how to complete chain, slip stitches and double crochet and treble crochet stitches (single and double crochet in US terms).

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