Sunday, February 1, 2015

Spring Has Sprung Scarf - Valentine Inspired - Crochet Pattern Review

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 I first worked this Spring Has Sprung Scarf pattern back in April of last year as part of a crochet challenge posed by Mikey of The Crochet Crowd - check out my original pattern review - Spring Has Sprung Challenge!. This is a really beautiful pattern, and easy to memorize. I have tried it with several different yarn types, though I have not written up posts with them all, this is a great pattern to use nonetheless.

Materials I Used:
     - 2 Skeins of Red Heart Boutique Treasure Yarn in the Floral colorway
     - I9/5.5mm Hook (less than recommended)
     - Button Up Neck Warmer, Free Crochet Pattern

Material Notes:
     You will have a small amount of yarn left to add to your yarn scrap bin.
     I did go down a hook size. I felt that the looseness was taking away from the definition of the lacy pattern. Though a K10.5/6.5mm crochet hook is the recommended size hook for the yarn, I will be sticking with a 5.5mm on all future projects using the Boutique Treasure yarn.

Yarn Alternatives:
     Red Heart's With Love, Deborah Norville's Everyday Soft, Lion Brand's Vanna's Choice, Hobby Lobby's I Love This Yarn.

Time Spent: 
     I spent approximately 3 minutes per 4 rows, for a total time of just over two hours including my weaving.

     5.5" wide by 60" in length. 54" length notes in Pattern Notes below.

     Using a 5.5mm hook and the Boutique Treasure yarn, 8 rows as written = 3".

Pattern Notes:
     To complete this pattern to a 54" length, you will need to work 141 rows.
     To complete this pattern to a 60" length (as I have), you will need to work 159 rows.

Don't Crochet but Interested in Purchasing Your Own Spring Has Sprung Scarf?
I do have some of these scarves up in my Etsy shop. I am happy to make this scarf is any size including toddler, child, this teen/small adult size or large adult size, as well as in any color of your choice. Check out these yarn options: Boutique Treasure (Wool/Acrylic), I Love This Yarn (Soft Acrylic), Everyday Soft (Soft Acrylic), I Love This Cotton (Soft Cotton).
In Mosaic Colorway.
In Abstract Colorway.
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  1. Hi, Alexandra -
    That's a beautiful scarf; I love it in every color!
    -Jenny from

    1. As do I! And there are others of the same to try out. hehe.
      Thanks for stopping by Jenny!

  2. Your patterns are always so pretty! This is another gorgeous one. Thank you for sharing at the Motivational Monday Link Party. Hope to see you again Sunday!

    Bethany from The Southern Couture