Luxury meets function in this Blueberry Scarf Project! Using three different colors, this plaid scarf is as eye-catching as it is soft with the Golden Fleece Merino Prato yarn we used for this project.
We utilized a technique for carrying your weft which cuts down on ends and gives your project edges an overall cleaner look. We’ve also created a free PDF of the plaid pattern layout that includes three widths, so no need for math!
- Loom, we used the Schacht Cricket Rigid Heddle Loom but you can use any rigid heddle or multi harness loom
- 10 Dent Rigid Heddle or Reed
- 2 balls each of Golden Fleece Merino Prato in Pure White, Aqua Blue, and Navy Blue (for wider patterns you will need more yarn) - Note: Golden Fleece Merino has been discontinued from our shop. We suggest Brown Sheep Nature Spun Sport, Briggs and Little Heritage, Juniper Moon Patagonia Organic, and Cascade BFL as substitution options.
- Paper for Warp Separation
- Fringe Twister
Pattern: Plain Weave
We wrote this pattern up for a Rigid Heddle Loom but you can also use a Floor Loom or a Table Loom! Check out our blog post, How to Create Plain Weave on a Multi Harness Loom if you need help setting up your treadles!
Click this link to view the free pattern for this scarf.
Carrying Up Your Weft
Annie made a video tutorial on how to use the weft technique we mentioned earlier. This step by step video walks you through that process.
Tag us in any Blueberry Scarf projects you make on social media, we'd love to see what you come up with!