Leafy Crochet Scarf!

I had half a skein of Hot Green Sugar and Cream cotton yarn and couldn’t decide what to do but it SCREAMS, “Make leaves!” Every time I see it. I have 2 wash cloths made with it and now a leafy scarf. The scarf uses about 1 and half skeins of yarn.

Here’s my recipe:

1- Repeat this MyPicot Leaf motif pattern continuously for 6 feet.
2 - weave in all your ends so far.
3 - with the right side facing you, join yarn at right corner stitch and single crochet in all stitches on that side, to the end
4 - chain 1 and turn
5 - single crochet in all stitches to the end
6 - repeat step 4
7 - repeat step 5 (you should have 3 rows of single crochet)
8 - pull yarn through to end row and weave in
9 - turn and repeat steps 3-8 on the other edge.

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Love those leaves! The color is great.

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Great color for leaves! Very pretty!

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So pretty! Perfect for the transitional seasons!

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So pretty! Someday maybe I’ll learn crochet.

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Beautiful!

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Very pretty pattern, great colour too.

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I highly encourage it! You can make really complex textures and fabrics with just a couple of stitches.

technically, I can knit but am SUPER slow but this only took me a couple of days in between watching anime and chatting with my husband in the evenings.

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PS. This has been added to our list of Lettuce Craft Crochet Patterns & Tutorials!

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so pretty! what a great use of kitchen cotton!

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Thank you! Its more a recipe than a real pattern but appreciate it!

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:yarn: :leaves: :scissors: Congratulations! Your beautiful scarf is a Featured Project this week! :scissors: :leaves: :yarn:

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Thank you!

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You did a fantastic job on it

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That is so pretty! Its super cool that you did your own pattern too. Love the color.

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Fabulous! Thank you for sharing the pattern!