Aleteo is an easy lace crochet scarf pattern a confident beginner could complete. With just one ball of Knit Picks Lindy Chain yarn you can crochet this scarf in just a few hours.
You can work this scarf in yarn weights from 1 to 3 (fingering to dk). And you can easily adjust the length and/or number of stitches.
New to blocking? Pattern includes blocking photos and instructions.
While I was taking photos of the sample scarf, a baby cardinal was taking her first flight. The nest was located in the bushes next to my front porch. All spring the parents guarded the nest. When I set up my camera and white board for the photos I had no idea what was about to happen. The baby was ready to take her first flight. She flew back and forth over my head searching for safe places to land. I could feel the flutter of her wings as she passed above me. What fun it was to witness the beauty of nature up close.
Aleteo, means “flutter” in Spanish. Add a flutter of color to your favorite outfit!
Pattern is written using US terms, written and charted.
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One size fits most.
Before blocking, 50” long with 2” width.
After blocking, 68” long with 2“ width.
Please note, yarn amounts are approximate. Allow for at least a 10% variance when purchasing yarn.
YARN: Knit Picks, Lindy Chain (superfine-1), 70% Linen, 30% Pima Cotton yarn in Hollyberry #U525 50g, 180yds per ball
• 1 ball, estimated total yarn, 45g 162yrds
HOOK: E (3.5 mm) Hook or size needed to obtain gauge
NOTIONS: Stitch markers, yarn needle, blocking materials
Pattern is written using US terms.
Written pattern plus charts.
Exact gauge is not essential. If your gauge is close to stated gauge, your finished scarf will be close to the reported measurements.
4”= 18 stitches, 10 rows in double crochet
Please note, this pattern is copyrighted and may not be reproduced or redistributed. Completed scarves may be sold but please credit Darleen Hopkins as the designer. If selling online, a link to my shop is appreciated. CrochetbyDarleenHopkins.com
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