A beautiful openwork scarf with delicate and intricate
looks.  The perfect way to keep away those early spring chills…

Pattern Notes 
 This pattern is for a delicate openwork rectangular scarf or wrap constructed using the Join As You Go (JAYG) technique with a border added in the round.  Includes: A full written pattern with clear instructions, photo tutorials for special stitches and techniques, helpful photos and dagrams to help with construction.
UK or US Terms
~ Crochet chart ~

Skill Level
Uses basic stitches, some experience with JAYG would be useful.

Rowan Wool Cotton:
1 x Antique (900),  1 x Tender (951),  1 x Bilberry (969),  1 x Frozen (977),  1 x Celedon (979)
Rowan Baby Merino Silk: 
 2 x Dawn (672),  1 x Opal (673),  1 x Teal (677)

Yarn substitutions
You’ll need approximately 1000 yards in 8 colours
(125 yards per colour) for the main scarf and an extra 180 yards in one colour for the border.

Stylecraft Blog Tour Batik Version
I used 8 balls of Batik/Batik Elements in total: 
1 ball of each of the seven different yarn pack colours for the main part of the shawl
(Iron, Rose, Cherry, Coral, Old Gold, Heather, Graphite)
I then used an extra ball of ‘Iron’ in Batik Elements for the border.

Hook | 3.5mm (E USA),  4.0mm (G USA)
Materials | Yarn needle

Size | After blocking: 33 x 212cm (13 x 84“)
Gauge | Circles: 4.5cm (1¾”),  Squares: 3cm (1¼”)

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