Glad you popped in for a bit.
How’re things? Good good.
Today’s news consists of this little beauty:
Whiffle means to:
“blow lightly in a specified direction”
“the slight movement of air or the sound of such a movement”
I wanted this shimmering and soft scarf to whiffle… to dance. To flow. To cascade. Waterfall would have been a good name for it too. It really looks like a towering, flowing gush of water down an obliging mountainside.
We’ll imagine it as a sweep of air blowing fresh new things into your life.
It has a sampling of stitches. This helps prevent boredom. Keeps you interested in the process.
I’d call it intermediate level. You’ll need to have a basic knowledge of crochet and a size US G (4.00 mm) hook.
This baby is LONG but you can shorten it if you prefer. I like it super long so you can wrap it round and round.
It’s thin enough and light enough that it won’t be bulky even with several wraps.
It uses 1 full skein of our Superwash Merino Silk Pearlescent Fingering Weight yarn in colorway: Serendipitous. 550 yards. If you’re worried about running out of yarn, get 2 skeins. But you can stop crocheting whenever you like. It’s hard to mess it up.
Download the pattern here and get busy crocheting!
See more patterns here.
Have a gggggreat day! A great one!