[Free Pattern] Nancy’s Waves Scarf in Noro Sock Yarn Is Stunning

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I’m crazy mad in love with this sophisticated looking waves scarf. It’s almost like an explosion of Autumnal colors.This pattern uses Noro yarn and thee way the colors change it’s stunning, almost like a piece of art. Use 2 strands of sock yarn held together to enhance colour variation in this already variegated yarn. The yarn is soft and comfortable around the neck. Nancy’s Waves scarf is a really relaxing project to work on, and it looks so beautiful. Nancy’s Waves Scarf by Cori Dodds , a pattern that imitates dropped stitches, is stunning and a great gift to all crocheters out there who fell in love with the Drop Stitch Scarf.

Finished
 Size :
6
½”
x
72”
 blocked
Yarn:
 Noro 
Kureyon
 Sock
 Yarn
(70%
 wool/30%
nylon;
 fingering
 weight;
 100
 grams;
 420 
meters) or
 any
 sock
 weight
 yarn
Hook :
Hamanaka 
6.00/U.S.
E
(3.5)
Notions :
Yarn 
needle
Gauge :
Gauge
 is 
not
 important
 to
 this
 project

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crochet scarf

crochet scarf waves pattern 1

Image source: ravelry

Thank you to Cori Dodds for the images and inspiration!

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4 Comments to [Free Pattern] Nancy’s Waves Scarf in Noro Sock Yarn Is Stunning

  1. @[100000797319426:2048:Patricia], thanks for noticing. Indeed, the pattern has been moved. I replaced the link with the new one. Please try again. Thanks!