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Janie Crow: Hollicarrs is a beautiful crochet scarf with a subtle bead pattern that enhances its lovely drape. The project could be worn as a traditional scarf or a smart shawl and I love the way the beads catch the light. The beads are added into the stitch as you crochet using the half treble stitch (US half double). You can find a YouTube video that shows the technique by following this link.


This lace and bead scarf design was originally published in Rachel Atkinson's book Daughter of a Shepherd: Volume One. The pattern was written for a DK weight of yarn, but has now been updated using 4 ply. If you choose to make it in a yarn other than Fyberspates Vivacious 4ply please make sure you calculate the yarn amounts and work a tension piece first.
The pattern includes written and charted instructions  in UK terminology. 

Original images (C)Rachel Atkinson Daughter of a Shepherd




Janie Crow Hollicarrs Scarf Crochet Pattern (Booklet)

  • Please note the yarn below is not available on this website. 

    Yarn used:
    Fyberspates Vivacious 4ply - Hand Dye 100% Merino 4 ply. Approximate length 365m (399yds)

    Equipment used:
    3mm (US-C D/2-3) crochet hook.
    Stitch markers.
    Knitter's sewing needle.
    Debbie Abrahams Beads 6/0 x 4 packs
    Finished blocked measurements: Approximately 25cm (9 7/8in) x 154cm (60 3/4in)

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