Welcome to the November edition of the Birthstone Collection. The Birthstone Collection is the theme for 2020. Each month I have a cowl, scarf, or shawl pattern in the color of that month’s birthstone.
Previous Patterns in the Birthstone Collection include:
Garnet Cowl – January
Amethyst Scarf – February
Zoe’s Aquamarine Infinity Scarf – March
Diamond Shawl – April
Emerald Asymmetrical Shawl – May
Pearl Infinity Cowl – June
Ruby Shawl – July
Peridot Shawl– August
Sapphire Shawl – September
Opal Shawl – October
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Can you believe that it has taken me almost a year to design a “traditional” scarf. Over 25 patterns and not a single scarf that is close to a scarf you can buy at a local store that is machine made.
The yarn I picked for the Citrine Scarf is Bernat Baby Velvet in the color way Yolk Yellow. After comparing yarn to citrine stone beads in my local Michael’s Arts & Crafts store, this yarn was the closest match. The color has since been discontinued but obviously you can pick any color of your liking.
– 492 yards of Bernat Baby Velvet (one skein)
– I/5.5mm crochet hook
– Measuring tape
– Yarn needle
Ch – Chain
Hhdc – Herringbone Half Double Crochet
St(s) – Stich(es)
These same stitches were used in Marshmallow – Part of the Frosting Collection, a series of FREE dishcloth patterns.
Hhdc – Herringbone Half Double Crochet: YO, insert hook in stitch, YO, pull up a loop and pull through first loop on hook, YO, pull through both loops on hook.
A stitch count has been provided at the end of each row.
Any worsted weight yarn will work.
Meeting gauge isn’t a huge issue, you’re may be wider or more narrow than mine, but that’s ok.
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3 thoughts on “Citrine Scarf”
Just wondering how this yarn washes up? I was going to purchase some Bernat Velvet, but put it back because it says to wash by hand and lay flat to dry. Did you use the washing machine to wash your scarf? Did you put it in the dryer?
I do wash it in the washer, on the delicate cycle. I also air dry it either folded over a hanger or laying flat (based on space). I don’t normally put my makes in the dryer. I hope this helps