Scarves aren't just for winter! This Emerald Green Skinny Scarf may be worked up in super bulky yarn, but it's a nice skinny scarf that's comfortable enough to wear any time of the year. This free crochet scarf pattern is made using the chainless foundation stitch and it's long enough to wrap around your neck three times so you can stay cozy at all times. A nice big button adds the perfect finishing touch.
Spring is the perfect time to make light scarfs that are easy to wear and versatile in style. This Crochet Skinny Scarf Pattern is fun and fast to work up, and the addition of a touch of cream lace gives an elegant and Vintage Vibe. This Crochet Skinny Scarf Pattern works length-wise to create lovely long rows that are fast to work up. The 2-row stitch pattern is easy and quick to crochet, and gives a lovely texture to the piece. You can make this scarf in any yarn you choose and matching hook. You can also make your scarf wider if you prefer, by crocheting extra rows. Measurements Scarf pictured measures 80in 203cm long x 4.5in 11cm wide
One look at this Emerald Lace Crochet Wrap and we think you'll be as in love with it as we are. With its delicate stitches and elegant design, it's the perfect wrap to make for any occasion.
Make one in every color you love to complement your favorite outfits. We particularly love that you can add a classic brooch to really pull the look together in minutes.
From the Blogger: "Take an easy-to-learn stitch pattern, fling it on, add a pin and go! This is the latest in my "Fling" series.
Are you ready to craft a valuable piece of crochet for your next winter festival? If yes, this super simple skinny crochet scarf pattern is all about you. Advantageously! You can make this scarf in every size and color. Use fingering weight yarn in light colors to DIY this skinny crochet wrap. If you are new to fingering craft, this project will be an excellent practicing opportunity for you. Use a 5.3mm crochet hook, a yarn needle, and beads to customize this patterned scarf. simplyhooked
Keep your necks toasty this winter and that too with your own made neck warmers, and here is this crochet neck warmer. The neck warmers have pretty and eye-catching colors, and the stitch used is shell stitch which adds more charm and beauty to this neck warmer. A button on the side adds more cuteness and beauty to it. Check out the details here! topcrochetpatterns
Since the last 2 shawls were so successful, I thought you would want another big shawl to crochet. The Bat-terfly shawl is beautiful but I really like those plus-size shawls that are so great for all sizes! My daughter is 11 but she still grabbed up the shawl all the same and started wrapping it around herself in many different ways! It can be a dress for her or a cowl, scarf, a big poncho, or even a small poncho! For this project you will need 4 mm hook or size G hook. For the yarn, I used a Yarn cake from YarnArt 'Flowers' yarn, color 272 Content 55% Organic Cotton 45% Anti Pilling Acrylic Ball Weight 250 g (8.8 oz) Yarn Weight 1 Fingering Yarn Length 1,000 m (1,093 yd).