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The Winter's Ice Tasseled Scarf Crochet Pattern

Updated: Jun 5

This women's scarf crochet pattern has a 72-inch length, making it perfect for doubling up in chilly, windy conditions. The crochet scarf has tassels adding a playful element to the accessory, while the spike stitch (or long single crochet stitch) evokes the look of winter icicles, adding a charming detail to brighten the lingering winter days.

The Winter's Ice Tasseled Scarf Crochet Pattern

About the scarf crochet pattern

Winter Seems to be dragging on, and on, and on this year. If it is going to be cold, windy, and snowing you will want to stay warm, and this crochet scarf pattern will help you do just that!

At 72" in length, this crochet scarf is perfect for doubling up on those days when the wind is blowing and the air is crisp. The scarf tassels add a little bit of fun to a striking design. Why Winter's Ice? The spike stitch, or long single crochet stitch used in this scarf crochet pattern reminds me of winter icicles hanging from the rooftop.

While I am definitely ready for Spring, this crochet scarf gives me a little something to smile about while I wait.

The Winter's Ice Tasseled Scarf Crochet Pattern Close Up
Do you love tassels as much as I do?

About the yarn

This crochet scarf features Caron x Pantone yarn in Elephant Gray. If you have never worked with this yarn, I highly recommend you get your hands on some! The Merino Wool Blend is so soft, works up like a dream, and is machine washable and dryable too.

Caron x Pantone Yarn has so many color combos to chose from you will find yourself wanting to buy more than one!

Here are a few of my favorites:

Get the Winter Iced scarf crochet pattern

You can purchase the Winter Iced Scarf Crochet Pattern from my Etsy or Ravelry store.

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Happy Crocheting! ~ Carol

Carol Hladik

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