Add This Lacy Keyhole Crochet Scarf To Your Accessory Closet
Add this delightful Lacy Keyhole Crochet Scarf to your accessory closet. It is a delicate, lightweight scarf, which also has great texture.
The design is beginner-friendly with solid bands that add structure and provide a warm feeling in winter. This smart and chic scarf also has a keyhole opening which allows it to remain in place.
This stand out accessory is both quick and easy to make and is crafted with a size 6 mm / US J-10 / UK 4 crochet hook. The yarn used is a Lion Brand Homespun New Look Yarn.
This lovely pattern has been designed by Pia Thadani from Stitches n’ Scraps and she has used basic stitches in a repeating pattern to obtain the beautiful look. The pattern starts with a long chain, and to help those of you, who are new to crochet, she has also provided a video tutorial on her pattern page.
To access the FREE pattern directly from Stitches n Scraps, please click the link and scroll down the page: Persephone’s Meadow Keyhole Scarf.
[Not to be confused with the ad-free PAID pattern which is also offered]
When the scarf has been completed, you may also want to block your work to achieve it’s best presentation, please click here for an additional tutorial: The beauty of blocking crochet.
If you like this pattern and want to see more similar FREE patterns, please click Crochet Pattern.
Featured Image-Pia at Stitches n Scraps -Many thanks!
Pia Thadani says
Thanks for the shout out, but just to clarify, the yarn used is not Lion Brand Homespun. This is yarn I hand spun myself. The yarn you suggest is a bulky yarn, and this pattern is designed for worsted weight. You can use this yarn but will need to make size adjustments (info in pattern if you want to do that), or it will come out bigger and need a lot more yardage.
Also while I’m fine with you using my image, I don’t really love you removing my watermark and slapping yours on it instead.
Many thanks for your reply and information.
Thank you too, for the use of your lovely pattern. Please also accept my apologies for the change of your image, it was not done with malice.