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Newest Crochet Design: Undaria Flutter Scarf

This is the first blog post using a new feature here at my DesigningVashti website headquarters: I can blog right here at my own website.

I have some design news. The downloadable crochet pattern for Undaria is being tech-edited now. This means it will be available just after Thanksgiving, most likely this Monday, Nov. 28. You can see several wearing styles in the meantime, all possible with the same pattern:

I really enjoyed designing and crocheting this exciting shape.

The next pattern after Undaria will be the Thaxton Hooded Cowl. Both of these designs are cozy new ways to use crochet slip stitches. The short rows keep them interesting.
…and now to see how this new kind of blog post looks!

5 thoughts on “Newest Crochet Design: Undaria Flutter Scarf

  1. Very interesting how the colour choice of your yarn interacts with all the different ways to wear that you are showing.

    1. It’s true, osmia, good point! It’s a feature of this gently color-shading yarn that makes me want to keep designing with it. Especially slip stitch fabrics.

  2. […] scarf, a bunch of my other slip stitch crochet scarf patterns will make perfect sense! For example, Undaria, Notch, and Slip […]

  3. […] make. In fact, slip stitches are often preferable to other stitches, such as for ribbing, or for a thin, supple fabric that conserves yarn. They may also be fine for joining a round, closing a picot, or seaming, but not always. (For […]

  4. […] make. In fact, slip stitches are often preferable to other stitches, such as for ribbing, or for a thin, supple fabric that conserves yarn. They may also be fine for joining a round, closing a picot, or seaming, but not always. (For […]

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