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Harmony Crochet Scarf Tutorial

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The Harmony Crochet Scarf is the perfect spring scarf with its lacy pattern work. Using fingering weight yarn makes for an even more lightweight scarf perfect for the warmer months. The limited-free time period has ended.

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The Harmony Scarf uses an easy four-row repeat to make the beautiful lace pattern. The video below will walk you through that repeat.

The scarf measures 9″ wide by 56″ long but can be made as long as you like.

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An easy four-row repeat allows you to make the scarf whatever size you like.
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The Yarn

I used some of my KnitCrate yarn subscription box yarn. Uru Yarn Speckled Singles in Undertow is the colorway, but you can use any fingering weight yarn. The scarf pictured used 725 yards.

I love the blue of this yarn!
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You will be using a 4mm [US-F] crochet hook. I love and used Clover Amour Crochet Hooks for this pattern.

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Video Tutorial

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The video tutorial below will walk you through the four-row repeat.

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The Pattern

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If you love the Harmony Scarf, be sure to check out these other great patterns on the blog!

I hope you enjoy making the Harmony Scarf, tag me on Instagram when you make it so I can love all over your beautiful work!

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