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It’s no secret that I have a “thing” for wearing chunky scarfs and snoods, and I have one on every day during winter. At present, there are 3 in my hallway, ready for me to pop on as I walk out the door, and I thought you’d love to know what they are and how I wear them.
Of course, each of these chunky crochet scarfs is made with my signature yarn, Homelea Bliss, so they’ll look good for a long time, and they never cover me with fluff. This is one of the best parts of this natural yarn, the other being that it’s 100% Australia grown and made from soft merino wool.
This is my everyday chunky crochet scarf, it’s so easy to put on and it looks good with everything. The Melbourne Snood was inspired by lots of good coffee and many design market outings, and it’s effortless style is very “Melbourne”.
I have a thing for things being stylish and versatile, and this chunky crochet scarf can be worn as a cowl, and as a headscarf! Inspired by new growth in spring, I’ve been wearing this around my head instead of a beanie – it’s so snuggly and warm!
When it’s windy and bitterly cold, this is the chunky scarf I reach for. I love wearing it doubled over with one end tucked in the other for maximum woolly warmth, and then when I go inside I drape it around my neck like a textural necklace.
Each of these “easy to make” designs are included in my Chunky Scarf Crochet Kit, and yes, you can make them if you’ve never crocheted before!