Scrapalicious Flower Scarf Introduction

Scrapalicious Flower Scarf Introduction – Free Crochet Pattern

This Scrapalicious Flower Scarf is a Scraps Of Yarn Project:
Perfect for using all those leftovers from previous projects.

 Scrapalicious Flower Scarf Introduction | Creative Crochet Workshop
Yarn – any (this is a stash scraps project)
Hook – depended on type of yarn used

Size of Project – it is a scarf  – the size will be depended on your type of yarn and hook size used!
Color – colorful


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  1. Author

    Hi Mamatha 🙂
    I unfortunately do not know Stylecraft – the yarn I use if I get a 100 grams it will be more than enough to make the scarf and the cushion! You can look here to learn about my yarn and how to substitute:

    However I have asked a fellow designer and she does agree that it will be more than enough 🙂

  2. HI Joanita,

    Thank you. I am planning to make a cushion cover for a 50cmX50 cm cushion. If I get 100 grams balls of stylecraft special DK will it be enough for both scarf and cushion cover . Optionally if I do not have enough yarn I can sew the crocheted piece to a plain cushion cover. Thank you in advance.


  3. Hi Joanita – Thanks so much for your help!! So glad you actually read the comments from your followers. This project is so beautiful and exciting to do. You are so very talented…and inspiring!! Thanks for creating such a wonderful project. Laura

  4. Author

    Thank you Mamatha 🙂
    This type of project is worked up with scraps of yarn, all the leftovers from previous projects. But if you want to purchase yarn then for exp. double knit light worsted maximum 4 colors of 50 grams each and you might still have yarn leftover 🙂

  5. Something tells me that I can't even figure out how to post my questions on this page. Sorry if it posts more than once. Just hope it posts at all. Thanks again for your help and your patience. Laura

  6. Please Help! What am I doing wrong? I was able to link to Parts 1 and 2, but can't link to Part 3 of the instructions. Part 4 will be available soon. I haven't crocheted in a long time and have had fun working on this project. But it is making me think at times. Please help with the links. I really want to complete this very inspiring project. Thank you so much. Laura

  7. I want to do this. But I am pretty new to crocheting and have just 3 to 4 skeins of yarn and I will be using that for my granny square blanket. If I have to buy yarn how much do I need and how many colours? Will I be bale to use it for any other project on your blog?

    Lovely Blog. Love your stuff. Hope I will make each and every one of them some time.


  8. Really looking forward to this!

  9. Author

    This type of project really works best with different colors. This project in particular will also work great with different types of yarn. One color yarn only (even if it is variegated) might get lost in the design 🙂

  10. Can't wait but just wondering …
    Will this work with single yarn, maybe varigated if not solid color

  11. Awesome I store my scraps in coffee tubs. I'm looking forward to cleaning up my tub collection. I have 8 tubs. I love colorful scarves

  12. Author

    Thanks Margaret! Yes it is quite different 🙂

  13. A Scarf-CAL: Awesome. Exciting to read that you are using differnt thixkness too.

    Have a great day, Margaret

  14. Author

    Awesome! I love projects that can use stash scraps 🙂 I always have loads when I have designed and made other projects!! That is why these challenges have become a favorite for me to design 🙂

  15. Author

    Yes!! It will even work with different thickness too. If using different yarn with each with a different thickness will give a very interesting textured end result 🙂

  16. Stash busting CAL! Yes please! Looking forward to the 20th

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