It may seem silly that I make my own pattern often, but this is why I published them - because I really do enjoy making them that much. This is the Shell Script Shawl, but in the pattern instructions are given for the scarf version. This yarn is a dk weight whipped up quickly during… Continue reading Shell Script Scarf
Love, love, love this yarn Berroco Folio in the colorway Cushing. The softness made it hard to put down once started. The pattern was in Interweave Crochet, Winter 2008. Beginning at one side until I used 1/2 the yarn, then with the remaining yarn, joined back on the starting edge to complete the other side,… Continue reading Alpine Frost Scarf
Back in Summer 2013, we visited Ireland and I found some souvenir yarns. I wanted a project where I was able to use them all but living in Florida - a broiling Aran sweater doesn't make much sense. Settling on a free chevron scarf pattern by Claire Mitchell, I used my yardage counter and divided… Continue reading Irish Chevron Scarf
LOVE cables and just about anything that has them. This pretty pattern was actually fun to make. About the time you're bored with the garter stitch body, the edging starts and it's kind of fun to do, so it went by faster than I expected. The yarn is acrylic Kraemer Yarns Perfection DK, so it's… Continue reading French Cancan, CABLES!
I fell in love with Sheep Shop II (discontinued) wool when I first started to knit several years ago and faved this stitch pattern as well, and hoped I would eventually be a good enough knitter to make it. Hundreds of projects later, something pointed me back to this forgotten wool and pattern and I'm… Continue reading Duck Pond Scarf
Started this scarf a long time ago, and decided to pick it up again and try to complete it. Loving the feel of this fine yarn, 2 skeins of Handmaiden Casbah Sock, I knew it would be heaven on the neck and thought the colors would fun in a the Chevron Scarf by Domesticat. Not… Continue reading Chevron scarf in luxury yarns
This is really cool and I'll be making more of these for sure. This is the Painted Desert yarn (by Knitting Fever) in my previous post crocheted in to a skull scarf for Halloween. I really love it. The scarf is kind of my own thing, but the skull insert can be found here.
This finished scarf is for sale in my etsy shop and the pattern is for sale here in the pattern section. I love it in red, so pretty.
Made from Noro leftovers and Paton's Kroy (held double) I made a stash buster scarf that will look great with my winter coat. Modifications: Picots along he edge of shells and used the pattern’s notes to widen the scarf. Pattern Info: Find it on Etsy Find it on Ravelry
Who loves the Granny Square? I do! I do! Here is my latest pattern, a scarf. Very easy and fast if you already crochet. If not, you should be able to get the hang of it in no time. Find it on Etsy Find it on Ravelry