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This week’s theme is keyhole scarves. Keyhole scarves are fun to make and to wear. They can be worn very close to the neck for extra warmth but they usually don’t have to be as long as other scarves. And, best of all, unlike a close-fitting cowl, there is no chance of messing up your hair when putting one on!
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- Chunky Keyhole Scarf and Slouchy Hat, free crochet pattern by AG Handmades: This quick set is made holding two strands of yarn together.
- Vintage Blossom Keyhole Scarf, free crochet pattern by Fiber Flux: This pattern is made with just one skein of Mrs Crosby Hat Box Yarn.
- Twisted Crocodile Stitch Keyhole Scarf, free crochet pattern by Underground Crafter (that’s me!): One jumbo skein of Galler Yarns Prime Alpaca Heathers makes two of these keyhole scarves, and the pattern includes a photo tutorial for the special stitch.
- Charming Cherry Blossom Keyhole Scarf, free crochet pattern by Kaleidoscope Art N Gifts via Cre8tion Crochet: This pattern includes photo tutorials to help you make perfect cherry blossoms!
- Wrapped in Hope Scarf, free crochet pattern by Snappy Tots: This scarf can be made in any color to support a cherished cause.
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