Byzantine Scarf

CA114-byzantine scarf

Inspired by the arches and domes of Byzantine architecture, our elegant Byzantine Scarf is a delight to make.

 

This pattern offers two methods for joining the motifs: in the traditional method or in the revolutionary Continuous Crochet Motifs method. With the Continuous Crochet Motifs method, there will only be 2 ends to weave in when joining the 15 motifs compared to 30 ends with the traditional method of joining motifs. The Continuous Crochet Motifs method is a real time saver! And with our step-by-step photos to guide you along the way, you’ll soon be singing the praises of this fantastic method for joining motifs!

 

The pattern includes written instructions, step-by-step photos and 2 crochet symbol charts: one for each of the motif joining methods.

 

SIZE: Approx. 5 1/2” wide x 58” long

 

SKILL LEVEL: Intermediate-Advanced

 

MATERIALS:
Red Heart Luster Sheen yarn, 3.5 oz skeins, 100% acrylic
50 yds #915 Cherry Red (A)
45 yds #251 Orange (B)
150 yds #2 Black (C)
85 yds #615 Tea Leaf or #620 Lime (D)
Size F (3.75mm) crochet hook (or size required for gauge)
Stitch marker

 

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The Crochet Architect
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by Amy on The Crochet Architect
Byzantine Scarf

This is a very enjoyable and well written pattern. It goes quickly because just when you’re getting tired of one step like making the motifs, it’s time to move on to the next step. It was fun to work the join-as-you-go technique which is explained and illustrated well in the pattern with photos, text and a stitch diagram. The motifs can also be joined in the traditional way. This pattern would look great in many different color combinations.