I tend to make some of the same things over and over and that’s when I know people might also enjoy the pattern. If I can’t make it at least a few times, in several yarns, I doubt people will enjoy it. Here is the Blossomy pattern, again, in some leftover Madelinetosh Sock from Annalisa’s Shawl.
The Blossomy scarf has 2 fun motifs, a very simple body and so much elegance. Shown is fingering weight and sock yarns to make the scarf pictured. Heavier yarns would work beautifully as well, if you would like a thicker and wider scarf. For the intermediate-advanced crocheter using a variety of stitches: ch, sl, sc, dc, picot as well as some simple shell combinations.
I have a new pattern being tested right now that should be out before the month is over. It’s not a hard pattern, but has enough twists and turns to be a quick challenge. The feedback so far has been positive and I’ve made two and can’t imagine parting with either. It’s written for sock yarn, but for a warmer or faster project, you could just move up to a heavier yarn and go up a few hook sizes. The body part will go faster, too.
Here is Blossomy, a crocheted scarf pattern …