This scarf ended up measuring 5' x 1'. I used a basic feather and fan stitch and used this monarch yarn that I found on sale in Myrtle Beach. The yarn also has a little bit of glitter in it so that it seems to sparkle a little in the light.
Made this quick and easy pot holder in light blue and white cotton yarn in a linen stitch with a row of single crochet.
I had a wonderful time attending the third annual Purl's Yarn Emporium spring retreat at the Blue Ridge Assembly YMCA in Black Mountain, NC the weekend of April 14, 2018. I decided to offer an informal session on Tunisian crochet and 10 people attended! The retreat was much fun!
This is a very basic scarf that only took me about five days to finish. I rarely use acrylic but had two skeins of this red heart to use up.
Here's another scarf just finished. Working with this Noro was a bit tricky because it broke a few times. I used five skeins of it for this feather and fan type pattern.
This year at work some of the crafty staff are selling their items. I only had six scarves available to sell so hopefully they will find a home 🙂
This 100% alpaca was like crocheting with butter! Amazingly smooth and faultless! I'll have to be sure and invest in really good alpaca from now on. I chose a basic feather and fan pattern for this scarf and worked it up in only a couple of weeks. It was a giant skein of 650 yards.