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Mustard Monarch Wavy Scarf

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.

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Linen stitch scarf

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.

Red noro scarf

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.

Winter party sale

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 🙂

Natural alpaca scarf

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.

Chunky gray scarf

I finished this scarf in under a week! I used a 10mm bamboo hook and two strands of yarn: King’s Road Tweed by Knob Hill and Sublime merino. It’s difficult to tell but I used a linen stitch.

Little scarf

Today while rummaging through my stash, I came across a 75% completed child’s scarf. I think it’s moochi yarn but can’t be sure 🙂 so I spent about 45 minutes and finished it. It’s a linen stitch. 

Mini bean scarf

I made this scarf with three skeins of Sundance Krinkle Kotton in a mini bean stitch and a size J hook. I’m not sure the color but would say it’s in the salmon/peach family. 

Iris lace scarf

I’m really happy with how this scarf turned out! The yarn is beautiful and worked up great. It’s Claudia Hand painted yarns silky wool lace and I decided to use a G hook. The stitch is an iris stitch and is easy to do. You can watch this video to learn how to do it. After I finished the whole scarf I added a scalloped edge with 7 double crochets in every other side loop. Then I added the fringe with 5 strands in each empty space.

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