This scarf features a unique tartan fabric made by utilizing color blocking and a deceptively simple surface slipped stitch design, ending in plenty of fringe. The plaid can be made with three to four colors and endless cross hatching possibilities.
This project is destined to be the most used sweater in everyone’s handmade wardrobe this season! Utilizing a textured or boucle yarn, a sherpa-like fabric is created. In tandem with clever construction techniques, the finished project will look just like your favorite on-trend fleeces. Crocheted top down with a raglan style construction, the zipper is sewn on afterward and the optional furry texture is created after finishing by brushing the fabric with a fiber brush.