Start this rectangular scarf in one corner and crochet it on the bias to the opposite corner. The special “filet lace”-style edging is crocheted as you go.
Includes printer-friendly photo step-outs and a stitch diagram. Optional photo tutorial for lefties too!
I originally designed Aeroette to be a practice pattern for a crochet class on the popular Aero Wrap. Like Aero, the scarf length and width are easy to adapt to the amount of yarn you have on hand.
Crocheting a rectangular scarf on the bias in Tunisian filet is rare for Tunisian crochet. Aeroette features the Tunisian foundation slip stitch increase method for this.
**Skill Level: Intermediate.** A great introduction to lacy biasing would be Tunisian Shakti Scarfythings, which is rated Easy.
**After using this pattern, you will know** (if you didn't already):
- How to start a Tunisian crochet project in one corner, build a rectangular scarf on the diagonal by increasing along the edges, and then decrease