Unique crochet scarf patterns: Day 21 of the Relax and Hook Blog Hop

Unique crochet scarf patterns: Day 21 of the Relax and Hook blog hop features The Clarion Multiway Scarf. Everyone tends to make a scarf when they are learning to crochet because they are relatively small projects that still give you lots of stitch practice. I think for this reason, a lot of crochet beginners hear the word "scarf" and think... "boring". If that's you then check out the Clarion Multiway Scarf.

The Clarion Multiway Scarf

Today's featured FREE pattern is for The Clarion Multiway Scarf by Made with Love and Fibres!

Joanne, the designer, is over on her blog feeling like Santa because she's so excited to share this pattern with you. She's called this the "multiway" scarf because of the versatility it offers in styling. It can be worn in so many different ways - scarf, yoked cowl, gilet, shawl - take a peek at her blog post for ideas.

Here's Joanne's thoughts on why this design is a great mindful crochet project:

"It has just two simple rows repeated with no seaming, increases or decreases and is easy to follow visually from the previous row without counting or constantly checking the pattern. The extra long stitches in the frill felt meditative to work and the switch from normal to front loop stitches between rows encouraged me to adjust my hand position and wrist angle to avoid wrist ache when working for a long period of time. That was handy as I found it hard to put down!"

Please do check out Joanne's other designs and take the time to thank her for participating in Relax and Hook. You can find her here:




Click on the graphic below to head to the Made with Love and Fibres website to download The Clarion Multiway Scarf for FREE. Once you get there, scroll down the page, click on the link for the Relax and Hook Ravelry listing, add the pattern to your cart and use the coupon code MINDFULCROCHET.

The discount only applies from 8.00am (EDT) on September 21st, 2022 to 8:00am (EDT) on September 22nd, 2022.

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1 comment

  • Joanne

    Thank you so much for this lovely post Deanne and for this wonderful event that you organised. I’m so happy to have been a part of it and to discover so many other great designers. I know it must have taken a lot of work to organise and I appreciate it so much.

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