Sunday, September 18, 2016

All About The Fizz Crochet Scarf!

Interweave Crochet/ Harper Point Photography
In the new Fall issue of Interweave Crochet, I have a second design that I am also very excited about! I was so thrilled that my Rivulet Cowl was on the cover, and then I saw that my Fizz Scarf was on the title page! Fall is always my favorite issue of any magazine. I think my love of fall comes from my love of the traditional fall weather, and to my childhood feelings of the excitement of the first day of school. September signifies new beginnings and optimism for me. I love that Interweave choose the name, "Fizz" for the scarf, since it sounds like a celebration, which this time of year is for me! 

This scarf is all about the stitch pattern for me. Most of the scarves I design, have a design element to the stitch pattern, but this stitch pattern is so wonderful that it calls out to be the star of the design. 

It is fun to work, and watch the pattern develop as you work. You really appreciate the beautiful stitch pattern after the scarf has been blocked to emphasize the bubble openings! Don't miss this important step and opportunity to see the magical transformation of the scarf!

I have a great love of tassels and I couldn't miss this opportunity to finish this scarf off with a few bold tassels and I added interest by making them in two different looks.

This would be a great scarf for the new Super Scarf trend. You can repeat the stitch pattern to make it even longer, wrap the tassels more times to create even bolder tassels. You could also use a chunkier yarn which would make the scarf wider and magnify the stitch pattern.

I would love to see your version of the Fizz Scarf! Don't forget to add your project photos to Ravelry if you decide to make one! 

A great tip for making your tassels look their best is to block them! Here is a tutorial that shows you how I like to finish off my tassels. 

Interweave Crochet/ Harper Point Photography
Interweave Crochet/ Harper Point Photography


  1. What a fabulous scarf! I'm working on mine right now. It has such an elegant design, and it's fun to work, as well. :-)

  2. Thank you normanack! I hope you will post a photo on Ravelry when you finish yours!