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Fluid Frills Scarf crochet scarf pattern launches this week

Updated: Jun 30


woman wears colourful ruffled teardrop motif scarf crocheted in blue and orange yarn
Create a focal point for a simple outfit

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I am really pleased to be able to let you know that my Fluid Frills Scarf crochet pattern is now available in my Ravelry or Etsy stores, with 20% off until the 14th July or 50% with a code in my July Newsletter. If you don't already have the July newsletter, you can still sign up for the mailing list here and click through on the July Newsletter button in the confirmation email to get the code.


Introducing Fluid Frills crochet scarf pattern


It’s a joyful looking design for a bold accessory, although it could also look great with a more subtle colour scheme, e.g. using a gradient of light to dark shades of the same colour or as a joyfully multicolour scrap yarn project. The teardrop motif is easy and relaxing to work and can be made with any size or type of yarn as long as it is consistent throughout.


 a blue and peach scarf made of teardrop shaped motifs with colour changes on each round on a mannequin in a garden
Wear it in different ways for different effects

The Fluid Frills Scarf has an unusual shaped motif based design and really adaptable for different occasions and outfits. I could equally see this being worn, made in thick aran yarn with a winter coat or in silk with a fancy wedding outfit. I wear it with a favourite bright blue wrap dress mostly but it could certainly work well over another handmade like a pullover or jacket.


 a blue and peach scarf made of teardrop shaped motifs with colour changes on each round rolled up
Rolled up ready to post to the magazine

The simple stitch repeat and motif method make this a fun project with interesting texture. I was really motivated to work the frill on each one.


swirling pink and grey design
Marbling design

My inspiration for this project comes from oil on water marbling that can be applied to paper fabric or other items. I love watching videos of the marbling ink being combed!


teardrop shaped motif with colour changes on each round
The swatch

I set to work swatching and sketching and came up with the colourful piece above and here are the colours I was sent by Scheepjes yarn to create the finished piece.


 a blue and peach yarn stack with wood and metal tools
Yarn and tools

I really enjoyed working with the lovely shades of the Scheepjes Metropolis sock type yarn and seeing the marble design come to life. I noticed that working with complementary colours like blue and orange is really successful for me when designing multicolour projects. My Day at the Beach bag pattern, Granny's Yarn Square and Vivid Bauble patterns use complementary colours. Metropolis has a huge range of colours too, so you're sure to find a combination you like if blue and orange isn't your style.


 a blue and peach scarf made of teardrop shaped motifs with colour changes on each round on a mannequin in a garden
From the side

Pattern: Fluid Frills Scarf


Yarn: Scheepjes Metropolis


Hook: Furls Streamline Laurel 3.75mm (F)


Fluid Frills Scarf crochet pattern is now available in my Ravelry or Etsy stores, with 20% off until the 14th July or 50% with a code in my July Newsletter. If you don't already have the July newsletter, you can still sign up for the mailing list here and click through on the July Newsletter button in the confirmation email to get the code.


Let me know if you make the scarf). I'm always so excited when I see that someone has used one of my patterns! I love to get comments on my blog too, so let me know your thoughts on the design or ask any questions you have below.




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