Bitterbrush Bandit, a Crochet Bandit Scarf with Bling, pattern by April Garwood of Banana Moon Studio, available from Interweave
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Bitterbrush Bandit, a Crochet Triangle Scarf with Bling

Bitterbrush Bandit, a Crochet Bandit Scarf with Bling, pattern by April Garwood of Banana Moon Studio, available from Interweave

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I am happy to introduce the “Bitterbrush Bandit” shawl from Interweave Crochet’s special issue, Crochetscene, 2014. You can get a digital download of the pattern by clicking here. This crochet triangle scarf or shawl is made in moss stitch and uses an interesting edging. 

See and favorite the pattern on Ravelry here.

 

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This is a traditionally-shaped crochet triangle shawl, but is designed to be worn as a bandit scarf. It really makes a fun accessory to complete your outfit. The yarn is called Way Out Wonderful Treasures by Universal Yarn, which has been discontinued. I suggest you substitute with a worsted weight yarn that is beaded or sparkly. This yarn was a shiny metallic gold and had themed charms attached to it. So you could add some beads or charms of your own if you like that and can’t find a similar yarn. 

 

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If you find a yarn that you love for this pattern, please share it in the comments below!

Remember, you can get the digital download of this pattern from Interweave by clicking here.

Bitterbrush bandit close up

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Looking for other crochet scarves or shawls? Look here:

You can crochet this plaid scarf!

You’ll love the geometric pattern on this comfy cowl!

Crochet a soft wrap in this beautiful color-shifting yarn!

This wrap can be seamed at one shoulder to wear as a poncho!

 

Happy stitching!
April

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Crochet triangle scarf pattern from Banana Moon Studio and Interweave.

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