Moths Ate My Flower Scarf

This Scarf started out life as a plain old rectangle. I drew up my design and it was too perfect. Too symmetrical! My mind kept looking at ways to make it a little more unique!

Moths Ate My Flower Scarf. Made using Scheepjes Whirl in Night Time Bubbles.

Then the idea of a scarf that had been eaten by moths popped into my head. So this is my take on a shawl attacked my moths.

The result is a rather unique scarf which drapes nicely around the shoulders due to the Moth Eaten sections.

Designed for use with one cake of Scheepjes Whirl.

The pattern is now available on Ravelry (click here), Etsy (click here) and Lovecrafts (clickhere).

Materials:

3.5mm Hook

1x Scheepjes Whirl Night-Time Bubbles. 215-225 Grams = 1000m/1093yd per ball.  Approx 150m/164yd of one whirl left over.

Finished Measurements:

63 inches/160cm long.

13 ½ inches/34.2cm wide. Measured across widest section of the shawl.

This scarf has been in the hands of my capable testers and as usual they produced some fabulous test scarves. These testers make my patterns what they are, without them, those making this Scarf really could end up with a dress or jumper instead of the intended scarf. I feel it very important to show off their efforts and I also do so in my patterns. Some of their makes are shown below. As you can see, the scarf can take on so many different looks depending upon yarn choice.

One of my incredible testers, Christy Allen, rocking her Moths Ate My Flower Scarf. Made using Lion Brand Mandala in the colour Wood Nymph!
Looking great in Scheepjes Whirl, Black Forest Zinger. By Michelle Westwood
Bethany Colhoff models her version of ‘Moths Ate My Flower Scarf’. Yarn: Redheart It’s A Wrap in Rainbow. Bethany did less repeats of the pattern due to the yarn amounts she had available.
Taking on a beautiful Spring look here. Left: Jeannette Cripps used Scheepjes Whirl for her test Scarf. Right: Kelly M. Titus used Lion Brand Cupcakes.
Looking very Autumn! Test Scarf by Hannah Schmuker. Yarn: Lion Brand Cupcakes.

Now to the boring stuff! You are welcome to sell items made from this pattern, but please credit me as the designer and add a link to purchase my pattern in your sale.

Many hours of work has gone into the designing and producing of this pattern.

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