Scarf Lost…Better Scarf Handmade

Last Spring I left my favorite scarf at a restaurant in the Omode-sando Station. The colors were perfect, it was super easy to crush into my bag and it always drew compliments despite it having been a random store bought item.

Shortly after, I was able to find a yummy, chunky yarn of 45% Silk, 40% Cotton & 15% Wool in an amazingly similar colorway but have started crocheting three different patterns before I found the right one.


Thanks to Jennifer Dickerson’s Pavement Infinity Pattern, it is finally a better scarf than the one I left behind. It was an easy, peasy zippy pattern to complete and it really shows off the colors as they each blend into the next. Just in time as things are getting much cooler each day.

Pattern Modification: At the beginning of each row, the pattern calls for “ch 3”.  Instead I chose to do the (CSDC) Chainless Starting Double Crochet found on Moogly’s Blog, for a much nicer edge.

Yarn purchased from Yuzawaya in a Furisode colorway.

Published by Studio Deanna Welcome! I’m Deanna, a metals & fiber artist creating sculptures and wall art installations. My work is very tactile, 2D & 3D textiles and often takes organic forms inspired by our natural planet. My international experiences have provided the opportunity to swim in the gorgeous tropical waters around Hawai’i, hiking in the rainforests of Far North Queensland, and the breathtaking beauty in Africa. Utilizing my custom-made steel tools, my favorite pieces to create are large-gauge wire crochet sculptures. My meticulously handcrafted designs will enrich your office, home, and outdoor living spaces. Currently I am dividing my time between the Tokyo Bay Area and Hawai’i and am open for commission art works.

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