This is a crocheted scarf using the Suzette stitch and Dulce yarn by Berroco. It’s incredibly soft and I’d definitely use this yarn again. You can really see the stitch pattern when you hold it up to the light.
I decided to learn a new stitch for this scarf. It’s called a Suzette stitch and it’s very easy. You can see the tutorial on YouTube. https://youtu.be/52-uPg-0MAo For this scarf I used Mochi by Berroco yarns. I’m interested to try this stitch using other types of yarn to see how it turns out!
Here is a pink scarf I made using my knitting board. I used a rib stitch and Abuelita merino worsted weight yarn (2 skeins).
I created this scarf on my knitting board using peace fleece yarn I ordered from Purls Yarn Emporium and a ribbed stitch.
I think I’ve had this on my knitting board for a couple of years but I finally finished it! The yarn is lovely and the double knit ribbing is quite nice and makes for a stretchy fabric.
I finally finished this scarf! It was one of those long term projects that seemed to go in and on forever. The yarn is super soft and I finished it in Pineapple Soak then hand blocked it on towels. Turned out pretty nice 🙂
This is usually not my color scheme but I've been trying to make more items with more colorful yarn. This was woven on my 20" Ashford Knitters loom.
I finally finished my very first woven project. I now have some experience and will be making many more items on my Ashford 20" Knitters loom. I used a hair twister to twist the fringe and it worked well!
I found these giant skeins of universal yarn at the yarn shop in Myrtle Beach and I usually don't use acrylic yarn but the color-way on this one was too good to pass up. I used two skeins of this yarn for an extra wide scarf. I used a K crochet hook and a basic... Continue Reading →