I tried a new pattern for this skinny scarf. You can find it at http://crochet.about.com/library/weekly/aa030106.htm. I used an angora/wool blend yarn with an H hook.
This nice long scarf only took a couple of days to make. I used a simple fan stitch and used three balls of Sundance Countryside wool/mohair/acrylic yarn. However, because I hardly ever use patterns, I now have one ball leftover. Tassels? Maybe. I have 4 balls of another color so I'll just make it wider!
I used Debbie Bliss Glen yarn for this very simple scarf. I used a half double crochet through the back loop stitch and a size H needle. This made for a tight stitch which will make for a very warm scarf! The yarn is wool, alpaca, and acrylic.
Here is an extra wide scarf I made from two skeins of seastorm yarn bee rainbow wool. I thought it would come out longer and be more like a shawl so I guess that's why people follow patterns. However, it still turned out to be a nice wide scarf. I crocheted this in a simple... Continue Reading →
Well, I set out to make a scarf but didn't like the feel of the yarn SO I got inspired to make this instead! I used one skein of Noro Yuzen wool silk mohair yarn and a simple shell stitch. I sewed together the sides to make a sleeve and turned it inside out. Then... Continue Reading →
I got a wonderful gift recently! My common-law sister-in-law sent me 4 skeins of this beautiful black yarn and told me to make myself something, so I've started it! The yarn is wonderful to work with and is making a beautiful scarf. It's called Mirasol Akapana and it is 65% Baby Llama, 25% Merino Wool,... Continue Reading →
Here is a really neat scarf I made (and have mailed out to someone for a Christmas gift) from Lion Brand Fishermen's brown and white wool yarn. Since I used my knitting board, the scarf comes out double knit so the front and back look exactly the same. It's going to keep someone warm this... Continue Reading →