Magic Circles crocheted scarf by Jane Crowfoot: Yarn pack & pattern - VERSION TWO

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Magic Circles crocheted scarf by Jane Crowfoot: Yarn pack & pattern - VERSION TWO

Yarn pack and pattern for the Magic Circles crocheted scarf (or wrap/shawl - whatever you want to call it!) by Jane Crowfoot. This is SUCH a beautiful pattern - Jane has used my yarn palette to create just the most perfect project for it. She’s combined the colours really cleverly, and the tiny tassels are the icing on the cake. I honestly can’t gush enough about it. 🤣🥰


We've already swapped out Autumn Fields (which is discontinued) for either Compost or Black Tulip, but thanks to delays in production (pandemic-related) we were also out of Althaea. I thought it would be a great shame to not be able to sell these beautiful kits because of that (and we get so many queries about them) and so I came up with a couple of colour options to replace Althaea too. Althaea is now back in stock (HOORAY!) but I like giving you options so I'm leaving these alternatives available for you! Please see the pictures for the samples that I've made showing how the colours work together. Just note that the scarf shown is in the original colours - I've left it up so that you can still see how the project looks, but the colours are different. 

So your options now are:

- Compost instead of Autumn Fields and Natural instead of Althaea (creates a gorgeous light, dusky palette)

- Black Tulip instead of Autumn Fields and Rain instead of Althaea (creates a more cool-coloured palette)


Introduction by Jane:

“I love looking at how shapes fit together and have wanted to create a tessellating circle design for some time. Circular motifs can be tricky to fit together and it is common to find the circular shape becomes slightly distorted when motifs are pieced together, so rather than create motifs that are square or octagonal, I designed cross-shaped infill pieces that protect the shape of the large circles.

This pattern was originally written for a blanket, but when I saw the beautiful range of shades available in Eden Cottage Milburn DK range I knew I had to make a scarf version”. Jane has published a YouTube video explaining the joining technique and you can see it HERE.

Finished size: 160cm(63in) x 36cm(14in)

The kit includes a printed copy of the pattern using UK terminology plus all the yarn required for the design, 17 balls of Milburn DK in the colours required for the pattern in the following quantities: 

Natural or Rain x 4
Steel x 3
Wicker x 2
Tea Rose x 2
Compost OR Black Tulip x 2
Bramble x 1
Harvest Gold x 1
Catmint x 1
Thyme x 1


All yarn packs come with the added bonus of a discounted price compared with purchasing the components individually. 

 You will also need:

  • 3.50mm & 4.00mm Crochet Hook
  • Stitch Markers
  • Knitters Sewing needle
  • Pom Pom Maker Extra Small

About Milburn DK

Soft and drapey British Bluefaced Leicester wool blended with silk. This yarn comes in balls meaning you can cast on immediately!

This yarn is so light to wear, and yet lovely and warm and hardwearing, with gorgeous, rich depth of colour and a beautiful sheen from the silk. It's great for a really wide range of projects, and being machine washable makes it a bit more practical. 

Yarn info:
85% British Bluefaced Leicester, 15% Mulberry Silk
50g balls
3.5 - 4.5mm needles (US 4 - 7)
3.5 - 5.5mm hook (US E-4 to I-9)
12 WPI
Machine washable on a gentle/wool cycle
Lay flat to dry

We recommend that if you are planning to use a dark colour with a pale colour to make a swatch with them both and wash it to make sure no colour contamination occurs before starting your project. Hot water in particular can make colours run; if in doubt use cool water and no soap/detergent.