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Berry Compote Scarf
Pattern Number: L0500
Rating: *****
4.6 (based on 7 reviews)
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Berry Compote Scarf Reviewed by Grete Chythlook on 2011-12-19 *****
I worked this up in one night as a last minute Christmas gift.I will certainly make this again. Simple yet fun. Would look great in any color.

Berry Compote Scarf Reviewed by NOEL QUENTIN on 2011-12-04 *****
I made this scarf in a hand-dyed variegated wool and it looks fabulous. The lengthwise curving stripes are ideal for these variegated yarns with a slow color change. Quite sophisticated with so litle effort! It's quite long, so lovely for wrapping around, but easily created shorter by making a shorter chain to start. I am a newbie crocheter and still found the curving-effect stitches easy - pattern is well written. Thanks, LB!

Reviewed by Lily Donahue on 2011-11-21 *****
I have made a couple of these in different colors. They have all turned out beautifully! Love this pattern, quick and easy!

Berry Compote Scarf Reviewed by Rachel King on 2011-01-11 ****
I used two different colors and it turned out really neat!

Berry Compote Scarf Reviewed by Nancy Sayuk on 2010-12-27 *****
I just made this scarf and it looks terrific. I thought what a great way to use up yarn remnants from other projects. A J hook was used for all the yarns, no matter what size yarn (yarn varied from size 3 to 5), and I grouped together the pastels. Working lengthwise instead of across was a good format for yarn scraps. I have my brown/beiges and red shades grouped together for my next two projects.

Berry Compote Scarf Reviewed by Jeanne Killian on 2010-12-29 *****
I made this with Tweed Stripes Caramel and it looks great. Not bacon at all. I hope Tweed Stripes starts getting distributed to other vendors. I love the colors and the softness! I have made 2 hats, a shawl and this scarf out of it so far.

Berry Compote Scarf Reviewed by cristelle on 2010-12-09 ***
Umm...I didn't make this, but I just need to point something out.

This looks like bacon.

I gave it a 5 because I like bacon, but I wouldn't want to wear it around my neck. I am conflicted.

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