This stretchy slip stitch lace loop scarf (ring scarf, eternity scarf) is worked in short rows and is reversible. Wrap it twice for a cowl look; or leave unseamed. The scarf will have angled scarf ends if it is left unseamed.
**Lacy slip stitches do not gobble up expensive yarn!** 220-250 yards (one or two skeins) are all you need to crochet the loop scarves shown. I've included tips for increasing or decreasing the width of the scarf in different yarns. **Pattern includes a stitch variation and a bead-as-you-go option.**
The swirling paisley-like effect happens naturally when lacy slip stitches are crocheted in short rows (instead of the back loop rib stitches I used for the Slip Slope Scarf free pattern). The lace relaxes the pie wedge shapes into undulating waves. Who knew?
**Skill Level: Intermediate**. The slip stitch is an elementary stitch, and I find that crocheting short rows is a breeze with slip stitches. However, short rows are considered an Intermediate skill, and