Crochet Boteh Scarf Kit in Chino

Back by popular demand, crochet Kathy Merrick's Boteh Crochet Scarf in Chino
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Availability: In stock

Retail: $29.50

Your price: $25.00

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chino boteh scarf kit

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Back by popular demand: 
Crochet Kit for a stunning crocheted spring accessory!

Crochet one of our most popular crochet scarf patterns, the Boteh Scarf by Kathy Merrick, with Lorna Lace's Shepherd Sock yarn in the original Chino colorway.

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The Chino Crochet Boteh Scarf Kit includes:

  • One download of the Boteh Scarf pattern by Kathy Merrick.

    Originally published in the Spring 2007 issue of Interweave Crochet magazine, this simple motif design resembles Persian carpet Boteh (Old Persian for "cluster of leaves.") Each motif flows gracefully into the next, resulting in a swirling effect. This lightweight scarf combined with the Shepherd Sock wool yarn has elegant drape, making it an easy accessory for spring.
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  • One skein of Shepherd Sock yarn in Chino.

    This 80% merino wool, 20% nylon blended fine yarn is the perfect match of durability and luxury. The skein of yarn with this Kit is 430 yds/100g, perfect for crocheting one Boteh Scarf. Plus, this lightweight yarn is machine washable!


The Boteh Scarf pattern is timeless for any age and easy enough to master for even the novice crocheter. Plus, it makes a great gift for your loved ones, or yourself!

Order your Crochet Boteh Scarf Kit today!

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*We have a very limited supply of Crochet Boteh Scarf Kits.

Don't delay! Order your Kit today while supplies last.

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SKU: EP0416-U7300-BUNDLE

Format: Kit

Customer Reviews

This is a lovely scarf! Review by Jenni
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I have made this scarf a couple of times. It is lovely! Very unique! I get compliments on it frequently. I did not make it with the yarn being sold in the kit (I got it through Interweave a few years back by itself), so I cannot say how it will work up with the yarn, but I have few doubts that you will not be pleased.

Although you do have to give it some thought at first, the pattern is not as difficult as it might appear.

It makes a great gift!

(Posted on 4/7/14)