The Lorax Scarf. A Crochet Chevron Pattern & Tutorial

This is the Lorax Scarf. Made as an experiment for some soft merino yarn that the yarn company, Rico sent me a few months ago. The project evolved into something else. There wasn’t going to be enough yarn to make the kind of scarf I like (proper warm and snuggly) so I prepared for a major stash dive. There is a mix of all sorts in this but still only eight colours. Scrutinise it and you’ll see they’re all slightly different shades and different yarn weights. You know what? No one ever looks that closely!

As there were so many lovely comments about this scarf over on Instagram and YouTube, I thought it would be nice to make it into a proper pattern to release. There is a download available to buy on Ravelry in both UK and US terms and I’ll do the usual 20 % discount for the next couple of weeks (let’s say until mid September). The pattern has all the info you need: written pattern, chart (hand drawn this time – speedier than software), pics, table to show colour rows etc. I also included a couple of other suggestions as to how you could use this pretty eyelet chevron stitch.

The pattern is available on Ravelry HERE.

I also recorded a video tutorial for the Eyelet Chevron stitch. It shows a swatch being worked up in the stitch which should be good for the more visual learners out there. It’s HERE.

If you would like to support me via Patreon, you can do that to HERE.

Thank you very much.

I can’t claim to have come up with the name myself. One rather splendid podcast viewer said it reminded them of Dr Seuss’s The Lorax and I have to say, I agree!! So it couldn’t really be called anything else, the colours were just too similar and before I knew it, it was The Lorax!

I do hope you like it. And don’t forget to let me know if you make it. Cheers. x

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