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Wrap yourself in a soft snowflake scarf made from your favourite yarn.
The scarf shown here features the Snow Moon pattern and is crocheted from an alpaca–silk lace-weight yarn.

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© 2019 Caitlin Sainio · Reproduced with permission.
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  • How to make a cowl. Blizzard Scarf - Step 1
    Step 1

    Snow Moon

    This gorgeous, lace-edged flake might be found sparkling under the Snow Moon, the February full moon.

    Finished diameter: 76mm (3in) Thread required: 7.3m (8yd)

    Foundation ring: ch 6; join with sl st in first ch.
    Rnd 1: ch 1 (counts as dc).11 dc in ring;join with sl st in initial ch 1. Rnd 2:ch 3 (counts as tr).*ch 2.tr in 1 dc.Repeat from * 10 times.ch 2. Join with sl st in 3rd ch of initial ch 3.
    Rnd 3:ch 1 (counts as dc).*2 dc in ch 2 space.dc in tr.[dc,ch 2,dc] in next ch 2 space.** dc in tr.Repeat from * 4 times,and from * to ** once more. Join with sl st in initial ch 1.
    Rnd 4:ch 3 (counts as tr).*ch 2.Skip 2 dc,and tr in 2 dc.[tr,ch 3,tr] in ch 2 point.** tr in 2 dc.Repeat from * 4 times,and from * to ** once more. tr in 1 dc. Join with sl st in 3rd ch of initial ch 3.
    Rnd 5:sl st in ch 2 space,and ch 1 (counts as dc).ch 4.dc in same
    ch 2 space.*ch 3.[dc,ch 4,dc,ch 8,dc,ch 4,dc] in ch 3 point.ch 3.** [dc,ch 4,dc] in next ch 2 space.Repeat from * 4 times,and from * to ** once more. Join with sl st in initial ch 1. Finish off; weave in ends.

  • How to make a cowl. Blizzard Scarf - Step 2
    Step 2

    Whiteout

    Lifted by a high wind, crystals like this one can obscure visibility with a curtain of snow.

    Finished diameter: 89mm (31?2in) Thread required: 11m (12yd)

    Foundation ring: ch 6; join with sl st in first ch.
    Rnd 1: ch 3 (counts as tr). 11 tr in ring; join with sl st in 3rd ch of initial ch 3.
    Rnd 2: ch 1 (counts as dc).dc in 1 tr.*ch 4.dc in 2 tr.Repeat from *
    4 times. ch 4. Join with sl st in initial ch 1.
    Rnd 3:sl st in dc,and in ch 4 space.ch 1 (counts as dc).2 dc in same ch 4 space.ch 2,and 3 dc in same ch 4 space.*ch 1.[3 dc,ch 2,3dc] in the next ch 4 space. Repeat from * 4 times. ch 1. Join with sl st in initial ch 1. Rnd 4: sl st in 2 dc,and in ch 2 point.ch 1 (counts as dc).*ch 4.tr in next ch 1 space (halfway between points). ch 4.** dc in next ch 2 point. Repeat from * 4 times, and from * to ** once more. Join with sl st in initial ch 1.
    Rnd 5: sl st in ch 4 space.ch 3 (counts as tr).3 tr in same space.*tr in tr. 4 tr in next ch 4 space.** [tr,ch 2,tr] in dc.4 tr in next ch 4 space.Repeat from * 4 times, and from * to ** once more. [tr, ch 2, tr] in sl st (the stitch that joined Rnd 4). Join with sl st in 3rd ch of initial ch 3.
    Rnd 6:ch 1 (counts as dc).dc in 3 tr.*ch 4,and sl st in 4th ch from hook to form picot.Skip 1 tr,and dc in 4 tr.[dc,ch 4,dc,ch 8,dc,ch 4,dc] in ch 2 point.** Skip 1 tr, and dc in 4 tr. Repeat from * 4 times, and from * to ** once more. Join with sl st in initial ch 1. Finish off; weave in ends.
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  • How to make a cowl. Blizzard Scarf - Step 3
    Step 3

    Ice Feathers

    The feathery edges of this snowflake look like ice feathers, a name given to thick, feathery frost formations.

    Finished diameter: 83mm (31?4in) Thread required: 11.9m (13yd)

    Foundation ring: ch 6; join with sl st in first ch.
    Rnd 1: ch 5 (counts as dtr). dtr in ring. *ch 2; 2 dtr in ring. Repeat from * 4 times. ch 2; join with sl st in 5th ch of initial ch 5.
    Rnd 2: ch 5 (counts as dtr). dtr in dtr. *[2 dtr, ch 2, 2 dtr] in ch 2 space.** dtr in 2 dtr. Repeat from * 4 times, and from * to ** once more. Join with sl st in 5th ch of initial ch 5.
    Rnd 3:ch 1 (counts as dc).ch 2.dc in next 3 dtr.*[dc,ch 2,dc] in ch 2 space.** dc in 3 dtr; ch 2; dc in 3 dtr. Repeat from * 4 times, and from * to ** once more. dc in 2 dtr. Join with sl st in initial ch 1.
    Rnd 4:sl st in next ch 2 point.ch 1 (counts as dc).ch 6.dc in same ch 2 point to form loop. *ch 6. [dc, ch 10, dc] in next ch 2 point to form loop. ch 6.** [dc, ch 6, dc] in next ch 2 point. Repeat from * 4 times, and from * to ** once more. Join with sl st in initial ch 1.
    Rnd 5:sl st in 1 ch of ch 6 loop.sl st in loop;ch 1 (counts as dc).dc in same loop;ch 2;2 dc in same loop.*4 dc in ch 6 space.[4 dc,ch 2,4 dc] in ch 10 loop.4 dc in next ch 6 space.** [2 dc,ch 2,2 dc] in ch 6 loop. Repeat from * 4 times and from * to ** once more. Join with sl st in initial ch 1. Finish off; weave in ends.

  • How to make a cowl. Blizzard Scarf - Step 4
    Step 4

    Make the snowflakes individually and then sew them together, or attach each one to the others as you crochet it, by slip stitching its points to the points of adjoining snowflakes.

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Ravens Trove
Ravens Trove · Wenatchee, Washington, US · 35 projects
Beautiful!
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Ravens Trove
Ravens Trove · Wenatchee, Washington, US · 35 projects
Beautiful!
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Ashlinn L.
Ashlinn L. · 3 projects
how many of each snow flakes did you make?
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