Keep it just like the name says with this Sweet and Simple Scarflette. With a flower to connect the ends, this small crochet scarf is a neat accessory for any outfit. I think the best use for this scarflette would be an Easter celebration or church service, to really add a sense of innocence and purity to your outfit. If you use a rose such as what is pictured, it makes this cute little crochet scarf pattern have a touch more elegance and grace than it would without. Work it up either way, depending on your use and style preferences.
"A wonderful and striking addition to your winter accessories. A rose scarflette on your shoulders to make winter even more appealing. To make it you need worsted yarn - I used Austermann's Souflé (150 gr) and a 4 mm hook. "
Amazing Grace Free Pattern Series is all about paying it forward, helping others and specifically.. Breast Cancer Awareness!! The Amazing Grace Angel Wing Shawl is the 24th free crochet pattern in the Amazing Grace Series… This lovely shawl is made using the Amazing Grace stitch pattern just like all the other patterns in the series… Using Red Heart It’s a Wrap Yarn Rainbows in Whisper makes this an elegant and flowing accessory… The self striping yarn does all the work for you!!! To read more about the Amazing Grace Project, please click on the Amazing Grace tab at the top of the page!
The Amazing Grace Pretty in Pink Poncho is the 26th free pattern in the Amazing Grace Series… This series is dedicated to Breast Cancer Awareness and to my dearest friend Sandy and mother who both passed away from Breast Cancer. Every Amazing Grace pattern has a series of stitches that are always the same and easy to make… I encourage you to make these items for those suffering from cancer or other life tragedies . They are also great gifts and personal items as well!!
Here's a beautiful and colorful crochet pattern that you will love to wear on St. Patrick's Day and even into spring.
From the blogger: "The Amazing Grace Lucky Green Shawl is the 21st pattern in the Amazing Grace Series…These patterns are dedicated to Breast Cancer Awareness! To read more on my story about this series, click on the Amazing Grace Tab at the top of my website beatriceryandesigns.com…I fell in love with this green self-striping yarn by Premier Yarns…I had so much fun working with it and creating this triangular shawl…I hope you love it too!!"