Salt and Pepper Scarf

Salt and Pepper Scarf

The Salt and Pepper crochet scarf pattern is designed to make the most of a very special yarn. The blend of natural black alpaca with cream merino wool from Great Ocean Road Woollen Mill is soft and luxurious, with a slightly rustic look reminiscent of homespun. With rows worked lengthwise, the Salt and Pepper scarf is a quick and easy project that lets the unique qualities of this sustainable, all-Australian yarn really shine.

Anyone with basic crochet skills will find this a simple and rewarding project. The pattern includes instructions for altering the size of the scarf, and suggestions for embellishing your scarf with fringe. There’s even a handy chart meant to help you keep track of your rows as you work.

The pattern includes;

  • a written pattern (you choose UK or US terms),
  • a row/repeat counter list to check off as you create

Scarf size

Scarf dimensions: 15 cm/6” deep, 127 cm/50” long

You will need

Yarn Used in sample: Great Ocean Road Woollen Mill La Bella Salt and Pepper Aran

As a guide, I used 2 skeins of the yarn that is 145 metres/148 yards per 100 grams (1.45 metres/1.48 yards per gram)

Hook: 6 mm

How to access the pattern

This is the digital PDF pattern. You will receive an email with a link to download the PDF as soon as checkout is complete. Please check your spam or junk folder for the email from "Spincushions Downloads" if you don't see it.

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