ORA SCARF CROCHET PATTERN DESIGN FROM JOY OF MOTION:
If you are looking to make a warm, cozy & oversized crochet scarf, the Ora scarf crochet pattern design is perfect for you. It is thick & warm, but also a quick make. Let’s dive into what you can expect from this design.
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I had winter in mind when I designed the Ora scarf. I wanted to make a scarf that was easy to make, but also would really keep you warm during the coldest months of the year.
The Ora scarf crochet pattern design also has a beautiful cable stitch pattern that makes it look unique, the pattern is also combined with a some easy stitch details, that makes it easy to make.
I designed the Ora scarf crochet pattern design with the mission that almost anyone should be able to make is. Thus you’ll just need to have a few beginner crochet patterns under your wings first. Consequently I’ve made sure that its skill level intermediate. The scarf are made with a cable stitch pattern, that you’ll need to get familiar with.
The scarf are made with bulky yarn & crochet hook size 8 mm / US: L – 11 / UK: 0. You’ll also need a bigger hook for the first steps of the pattern. Next you’ll also need a needle to finish off the scarf.
The Ora scarf crochet pattern design has just one size. However I’ve also added some suggestions in the crochet pattern where you can modify it to fit your need.
I believe the scarf can be just as perfect for women as men, due to it’s size & style. Just change the color to fit your preferences.
Finally I hope you’re excited about this quick & intermediate crochet pattern for the Ora scarf. The Ora scarf crochet pattern design is truly a winner during winter.
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