Oh, you know I love super chunky yarn! This set is just perfect for makers who are looking to create sets to upsell at their local markets and online shops. The Snowshoe headband and scarf crochet pattern set is contributed by Lisa Rollins from Stitch in Progress and is the next design to launch for our 30 Days of Cozy!
Meet Lisa Rollins
Lisa has been a maker for a long time and now blogs and designs at Stitch In Progress. She loves to focus on learning new stitches and techniques and incorporating those into her designs. When not crocheting, you can find her reading or just hanging out with her husband and two children.
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Introducing the Snowshoe Headband and Scarf Crochet Pattern Set
The crochet Snowshoe Infinity Scarf and Headband were designed to be both open and textured and to take advantage of the coziness of a bulky yarn. When the weather starts to get chilly and you are looking for something to wrap you up in warmth, you can reach for your hook and Thick & Quick and whip up a set for yourself or as a gift.
Both patterns are easily crocheted flat using a zeros and crosses stitch pattern and then seamed to create the infinity scarf and headband. The pattern is also easily adjusted to customize sizing.
Because of the bulky yarn, both of these work up really quickly and easily. The bulky scarves and accessories are still very much in style and would look great paired with a sweater with your favorite jacket.
- 2 skeins size 6 (super bulky) yarn
- Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick & Quick, 170g/6oz, Glacier, 106 yd
- Hook: N-13 – 9mm
- Tapestry needle
- The Snowshoe Headband and Scarf Pattern PDF
Headband – 4” x 9 ½ “ – seamed
Cowl – 6” x 27” – seamed
There are several ways you can style the infinity scarf. You can leave it unwrapped to fit under a jacket and keep your neck and chest warmer or wrap it once to really get that chunky scarf look and keep your neck super warm and cozy.
The headband is designed to be large enough to cover the ears and provide a stylish layer of warmth too. Again, you can adjust this pattern easily, to make it fit any head size.
Wouldn’t it be cute to make some matching sets for kids and parents? Or have a few colors on hand to go with every coat?
So, which color do you think you would whip up first? This icy glacier for winter or a deeper color for fall?
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© 2019 Lisa Rollins – Stitch In Progress – https://stitchinprogress.com
This pattern is for personal use only. You may use the pattern to make items for yourself, charity, as a gift, or to sell, but you may not share this printable pattern.