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  • Craft: Crochet
  • Free/Paid: Paid
  • Yarn Weight: Lace
  • Yarn Base: Alpaca Silk Lace
  • Yardage: 800+
  • Yardage: 600-799
  • Project Type: Shawls/Wraps
  • Project Type: Scarves/Cowls
  • Difficulty: Adventurous Beginner
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Scarf Version: 76” L x 9” W (193 cm x 23 cm), blocked

Wrap Version: 72" L x 20" W (183 cm x 51 cm), blocked


Expression Fiber Arts Alpaca Silk Lace yarn

Scarf version shown in colors: A) Elegy, and B) Pink Pearl. One skein of both A and B needed.

Total yards used for scarf version was approximately 789 yds (721 m) total [Color A: 604 yds (552 m) and Color B: 185 yds (169 m)].

Wrap version shown in: Reticent Hues (worked from darkest to lightest).

Total yards used for wrap version was approximately 1680 yds (1536 m) total [Color A: 589 yds (539 m), Color B: 515 yds (471 m), and Color C: 576 yds (527 m)].

If those colors aren’t available, any from this category will work.


US size ​​F/5 (3.75 mm) or size needed to obtain gauge


Adventurous Beginner – For those crocheters who are ready to learn some new skills or stitch combinations. Skills include stacked treble crochet, treble crochet, half double crochet, foundation single crochet, and adding beads (optional). 

Notes from the Designer:

Adorn is a simple yet elegant design. It can be made in a large wrap version or a smaller scarf version. Adorn uses the treble crochet stitch throughout, which is separated in sections by half double crochet rows that are adorned with glass seed beads. This pattern has an easygoing row repeat. The beadwork and color changes make this a perfect project to customize to your style.

The stitch combination, which is paired with a lace yarn, provides excellent movement and drape. The ruffle edges of each piece bring the design to life even more. You will be proud to adorn yourself with this beautiful accessory. 

  • Click the Videos tab to watch a tutorial on how to work the stitches and crochet this pattern from beginning to end. 
  • Each treble crochet row begins with a Stacked Treble Crochet stitch (Beg tr).
  • The two treble crochet stitches that are worked into the same space will be referred to as a faux V-st.
  • The treble crochet rows are worked in the space between the two stitches that create the faux V-sts from the previous row, rather than the top of each stitch.
  • This pattern works the main body first, and then the ruffles are worked last on each short edge.
  • Make sure to follow the correct pattern instructions for either the scarf version or the wrap version.
  • The scarf version used almost exactly one full skein for Color A with just a couple yards left over. Gauge is important to ensure you have enough yarn to complete each project.
  • Optional seed beads are added to the half double crochet rows. Follow the steps below to add the beads:
    • Using a size 0.75 mm crochet hook, or any size that will fit through the bead hole, place the bead on the small hook.
    • With bead on the hook, insert the hook through the working yarn loop.
    • Pull the loop through the bead.
    • Place the loop back onto the larger hook, and continue working the pattern as written.
  • Click here to learn how to add beads to your crochet projects. 

Designed by Janet Pippin

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