Circles Scarf – Reprise

I am still in love with this simple, yet very effective crochet pattern from one of my  favourite crochet designers, Linda Permann, which first appeared in Issue 11 of Inside Crochet magazine. I always wondered what it would be like to make a blanket or a throw using this technique and now I’ve seen this one made in Rowan’s Felted Tweed I am determined to make one for myself. Just imagine snuggling up in this on a cold winter’s evening.

Even a beginner can master this crochet pattern, so do give it a try. In fact, I’ve even begun swatching mine … in this gorgeous Australian yarn I bought at Woolfest:

 

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  1. I really must make one of these too, it’s been on my list for ages. Love the colours in your swatch Hx

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  2. I love the colours in your yarn – it made me think of the seaside! I clicked on the link to Linda’s blog, where I read through her post on blocking – I was delighted to find that I do it properly!

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  3. francesandsophia

     /  September 18, 2011

    That green colour is gorgeous! I love it!

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  4. Tracey Todhunter

     /  September 19, 2011

    Thank you, I love it too.

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  5. I love this scarf. It’s going on the list towards the top. I really like the yarns you’ve chosen. That green is so exquisite.

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  6. Tracey Todhunter

     /  September 21, 2011

    I love the green too, it was a “couldn’t resist” at Woolfest. You could easily make the scarf :)

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