When the lovely people of Briggs and Little contacted me to try out their Heritage yarn, I was really excited, as I wanted to design a piece that would capture the air of the colder months; plus being able the to wear cozy knits and actually style and layer an outfit is the most wonderful feeling.
I am really excited to present the Griddle scarf/wrap the perfect go to winter accessory! The scarf is really warm and cozy making it great to wear during the colder days! 

As mentioned above I used the Heritage yarn (100% pure wool) from Briggs and Little; the color is sheeps grey. The yarn is really fun and easy to work with! I really liked the Heritage color range; so many options which makes it really difficult to choose!
Here’s how you can make your own!

- Briggs % Little Heritage yarn (Sheeps Grey is the color used in the sample),  12oz.(300gr)/645yards
- 5.00 mm (H/8) crochet hook
- tapestry needle

Finished Size
8 inches wide x 78inches long (20 cm x 198cm)

Ch 30
Row 1: Skip 3 ch (counts as dc), *sc into next ch, dc into next ch; rep from * ending sc into last ch, turn.
Row 2: ch 3(counts as dc, skip 1 st, *sc into next dc, dc into next sc; rep from * ending with sc into top of tch, turn
Repeat row 2 until you reach desired length.

As Heritage is 100% wool yarn it tends to be stiff.
Here's how to soften it!
Rinse your crochet project in cold water.
Use a soft shampoo to wash the project; be sure to rinse well.
Use a soft conditioner all over project.
Let project sit in cool water for at least an hour.
Rinse thoroughly.
Block the project and let it lay fly to finish drying.
I hope you enjoy this project! If yo give it a try please don't forget to share a picture on Facebook Twitter or Instagram so that I can see!

Happy crocheting! What new projects are you working on this season?

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