Southwest Spice is a fun pattern to work up and can be worn in multiple ways! Made with a unique construction of a lacy scarf, then adding a 3-sided edging, you will find this pattern keeps you entertained while making it.
Wear it as a shawl – or a wide scarf. Or even wrap it several times to make a cowl. It’s perfect for pearls and jeans or an evening on the town. The options are endless!
This pattern is written in US terminology.
Southwest Spice was designed for fingering weight yarn. You may use any fingering weight yarn that will get the gauge.
Southwest Spice is very versatile and lends itself to semi-solids/solids, variegated, and gradients too. Don’t be afraid to try out a color scheme you prefer!
Techniques and Difficulty
Southwest Spice incorporates the following crochet techniques:
- Basic stitches (chain, single crochet, double crochet)
Southwest Spice is constructed one piece – but you will need to end off the center section and block before adding the edging.
You can adjust the length of Southwest Spice by removing or adding the single-row repeat of the center section. However, you will need to adjust the yardage needed and adjust the stitch count for the edging section.
If you would rather use a different weight of yarn, I recommend weights from lace to DK.
What To Expect In The Pattern
- Written pattern
- Stitch chart
- How to make special stitches
- Full-color photos
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