Tuesday, December 6, 2011

new crochet pattern - honey bee scarf by kim miller.

Skill Level: Intermediate

This delicate looking scarf is a beautiful combination of of the honeycomb stitch framed on either side by cables...giving it that all time classic look. Althouth, the cables only show on the front side of the scarf the honeycomb is reversible so it looks great on both sides.

This well written crochet pattern calls for 1 ½ balls of Patons® Lace and the finished scarf measures approximately 6.5” (16.5 cm) wide and 57” (145 cm) long excluding the tassels. The pattern uses the following stitches: hdc, dc, fpdc, bpdc, and fptr.


  1. I love the scarf pattern! Is there a matching hat in the works?

  2. Hmmmm...you've got me thinking and I have the yarn so it's a possibility...

    Thanks for the inspiration :)