Convertible Mod Scarf

Convertible Mod Scarf
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convertible mod scarf crochet pattern

Introducing my latest creation about to be added to the Paige collection–the Paige Convertible Mod Scarf!

For the convertible mod scarf, I used one cake of Mandala yarn. I played “yarn chicken” with the cake and it worked out perfectly, right down to the tassels!

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The convertible mod scarf measures 80″ long without tassels. And since it uses a #3 weight yarn, it’s pretty light weight for early spring. Mandala yarn comes in so many beautiful colors–Unicorn being my favorite.

This can also be easily worked up in a medium #4 weight yarn. I found the Caron Cakes and Bernat PoP! to be ideal for this weight category.

In fact, I might just have to work this up in the new Comfy Cotton yarn by Lion Brand! They also have new Ombre cakes that would look amazing with this pattern.

If you don’t like self striping yarn, you can also make this up in a single color. You will just need 590 yards to do so.

You will also need:

4mm hook


Yarn Needle

Easy to Work Up

The convertible mod scarf features steady increases and decreases to get the shape. The shape allows you to wear this as a hooded scarf, hooded cowl, super scarf, super cowl, or a shawlette. That’s why it’s called convertible! Sorry kiddos, this scarf is for mommy!

As part of the Paige Collection, this pattern once again uses the Bean stitch (video here) and X stitch (video here).  I love these two together!  

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Paige Convertible Mod Scarf

Find the PDF pattern in our shop here.

I have added to my Ravelry store a burp cloth, scarfie, and bandana bib, all part of the Paige Collection

Find the pattern on Etsy, here.

convertible mod scarf crochet pattern

If you liked this scarf, you will love our other scarf patterns!

Highland Men’s Scarf

Asymmetrical Scarf

(The Asymmetrical Scarf is part of a giant bundle of patterns)

Pomander Scarf

Next up

A matching blanket and shawl (think mommy and me when using the shawl and the bandana scarfie and bib). I’m also working on a free pattern for everyone–Paige’s Headband! You can make this with yarn scraps and it will make a perfect gift for a baby shower or pretty item to sell at the craft fair.

I hope you all enjoy the patterns and be sure to check in to get your free pattern, Pagie’s Headband, soon!