Pink Lemonade Scarf - Giveaway + Crochet Pattern


I'm constantly inspired by nature when designing new patterns. I'm blessed enough to live in a cosy coastal town, which means I'm constantly surrounded by rolling hills of green, waves crashing along the shore and multiple flower gardens.
Recently I spied some lovely pink roses and decided to design a scarf that has soft, dusty pink petals running up and down it's length which is exactly how the Pink Lemonade Scarf came to be!
So for all the flower lovers out there, it's your lucky day as I've just added the pattern for this scarf to my Etsy Shop

Love dusty pinks as much as I do? Why not give this Tea Rose Shawl a whirl on your hook, or even try crocheting my Little Lady Baby Booties (which just so happens to be extremely adorable)!

You can find the pattern HERE!

Size:
Toddler to Adult Sizes Available

Materials:
12.00mm (O/17) Crochet Hook
260 - 320yds Super Chunky Yarn (14ply) - Debbie Bliss Roma
Tapestry Needle



If you'd like the chance to win 1 of these 10 patterns, all you need to do is follow the prompts  in the Rafflecopter widget below and you'll be entered to win! 
(If you are reading this in your email, please click over to enter.)

There are no country restrictions, ANYONE can enter. 
Good luck everyone, the giveaway closes Saturday August 6th at 12:00am AEST.



35 comments:

  1. Olivia this is a truly beautiful pattern! I love it 💜

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  2. Olivia this is a truly beautiful pattern! I love it 💜

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  3. The last scarf I crochet was a Harry Potter scarf for my grandson.

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  5. Simply stunning, Olivia!!! The last scarf I made was one for my mom for Christmas!

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  6. I love it!!! It would be my first scarf, I always use to make shawls

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  7. Thank you for the lovely scarf pattern Olivia! Perhaps it's time to make a little something for myself and this looks like IT, yeah!!! Thanks again.

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  8. Last scarf I made was for Warm up America -a multi colored bobble stitch with fringe. Would love to make this dusty rose one for myself!

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  9. So pretty! I have the perfect super chunky yarn for it!

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  10. The last scarf I made was a random chevron stripped black and purple infinity scarf for my mom that matched a hat I made her

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  11. Very beautiful! Love the stitches and color.

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  12. the last scarf has been a test cowl, ww yarn, thanks, this is very pretty.

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  13. I would love to win a pattern.

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  14. This is absolutely beautiful!! Would love to win this pattern. Thanks for sharing your talents!

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  15. The last scarf I crocheted was a scarf/hood. It was a coffee with heavy cream color with Celtic knots on the ends. I put some plumb and the same brown color fringe on the ends and a tassel on the tip of the hood.

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  16. The last scarf I crocheted was a scarf/hood. It was a coffee with heavy cream color with Celtic knots on the ends. I put some plumb and the same brown color fringe on the ends and a tassel on the tip of the hood.

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  17. This looks lovely & warm, perfect for NW Ontario!

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  18. The last scarf I made was a very wide and long loop that it was approx 10 inches wide and long enough to twist and then the left over makes a hood over my head
    so I would call it a hooded loop scarf

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  19. The last scarf I made was a long, skinny scarf in the most beautiful blue, self striping yarn!! :) It was for my Auntie's birthday :D I am a big fan of your blog and especially love your Youtube channel, it really helped me learn some more complicated stitches when I was trying to move on from foundation level crochet! I would love to win a pattern :) x

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  20. Well, the last scarf I made was quite personal, rather a foulard really: wide and long - about 35 x 280 cm - with my own design, irregular lacy chevron in a dusty lilac and two greys of a 5 ply bright cotton that has been discontinued, which is a pity because it was a fantastic yarn! I made it for myself ;) and didn't even think of giving it to anyone.
    It tones fairly well with my favourite coat and wore it a lot last fall and winter and expect to wear it a lot these next fall and winter. We don't need anything much warmer here in this part of Spain ;) xoxo, >3

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    1. By the way, if I find a chunky cotton I'll get inspired in this scarf of yours to make a new scarf for myself... and another one as a Christmas present for a friend! And, yes... I'd love to win a pattern as well

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    2. this scarf looks very warm and beautiful.

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  21. I bought a couple skeins of a beautiful hot pink bulky yarn last fall, but never found a pattern I liked. This one may be it!

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  22. I love this scarf, it looks so warm & comfy! I would love to win!

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  24. Very pretty scarf - it's been a long time since I crocheted one and I would love to do this one, after I finish up the projects already in front of me... lol

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  25. it was a grit stitch in bold dark colors!

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  26. The last scarves I made were on the knitting loom for my nephews. I think the scarves were a hit!

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  27. The last scarf that I crocheted, Was a Christmas gift for my sister made out of Lion-brand Chenille yarn in the color "Sapphire". Since Blue is her favorite color, She loved it!

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  28. The last scarf that I crocheted, Was a Christmas gift for my sister made out of Lion-brand Chenille yarn in the color "Sapphire". Since Blue is her favorite color, She loved it!

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  29. Lovely!! cannot wait to try this one out

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  30. Last scarf I did was last fall! I make Ohio State themed infinity scarves

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  31. Awe missed it... Well its truly a lovely looking scarf. Going to have to get that pattern, you said was in your esty shop. Lovely with love Janice

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