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Fall scarf

I was in Michael’s last month and noticed this yarn was on sale so I grabbed two Skeins and decided to make myself this nice autumn scarf in a mini been stitch. 

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Light green scarf

I can’t remember the exact name of this yarn but it is a cotton linen blend. I crocheted the scarf in a mini been stitch and a size H crochet hook.

Dark Green Scarf

I finally finished this scarf using echo view fiber mill 100% merino wool in a mini bean stitch. I also used a size J crochet hook. The wool is incredibly soft and this will make a really nice scarf for someone.

Chunky purple bean stitch scarf

I used a chunky cascade yarn for this scarf in a mini bean stitch. This is the first time I have tried the stitch and it worked up very quickly and was easy to learn. You can watch the tutorial here on YouTube.

Super chunky purple scarf

For this scarf I used two skeins of cascade Covington wool and acrylic blend yarn. I used a size 10 mm crochet hook and the stitch is a linen stitch.

Monarch scarf

I found this yarn at one of the Greenville South Carolina local yarn shops called Yarn and Y’all at the recent Southeast men’s knitting retreat. I used one skein to make this scarf in a crocheted linen stitch and also used a size H 5 mm crochet hook.

Technicolor scarf

This is a hand crocheted V stitch scarf made out of knitting fever’s chromatic self striping yarn. It is a number two fine yarn made out of acrylic and wool. I used a size e-crochet hook. 

Green and brown alpaca scarf

I’m pretty sure this is alpaca yarn but I’ve been working on this scarf for so long I forget exactly what kind of yarn it is. It’s a lace weight yarn and I used a 4 mm bamboo hook to crochet a basic shell stitch. It’s incredibly soft and I think it turned out really nice.

Brown Merino scarf

I decided to try a different tuck stitch pattern and used every other needle on the machine. Look through the pictures and you can see the various stages of its development from blocking to being finished.

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