With the staff recently deciding it’s time to conquer crochet once and for all, the Spider scarf by Katya Novikova has become Danielle’s pick to tackle crochet charts. Both ends of this scarf feature a lovely lace stitch reminiscent of spiders or flowers, depending on your point of view. The same motif is spaced out in the middle section to add visual interest. With both written and charted instructions, this is a great project for novice crocheters ready to understand basic crochet lace and charts while creating a fun and beautiful scarf.
9.5” wide by 75” long (24 x 190 cm), but is easily adjusted
Our Recommended Yarn
Knitwhits Freia Ombre Fingering: 75% wool, 25% nylon / 75 g / 322 yards
Pick two cakes in your favorite colorway! The yardage is such that the colors can fade into each other and back again, allowing both lace ends of your scarf to match!
Choose a lighter colorway for a casual springtime scarf worn over your favorite white top. Or choose a darker, more moody color perfect for pairing with a blazer for the office or a little black dress for an dressy evening out.
Just a Few Color Options: