Finished Size: 44 inches long and 5 inches wide - although it is easily customizable and the stitch pattern multiple has been included. This is my April Scarf of the Month Club Scarf and this month I decided to design a more traditional style scarf - something my Grandma would have loved and wanted to wear herself. In her memory I have named this my To Grandma, With Love Scarf and I hope it makes a beautiful gift for someone near and dear to your heart. Remember this is just one of the scarves available this month for our Scarf of the Month Club so pop by and pick up the other scarf designed by Amy, The Stitchin’ Mommy and check out our January, February and March Scarf Designs too! Hopefully we can help each other make scarves for everyone on our lists this year…ahead of time!
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Scarf of the Month Club - JULY - Serendipity Scarf Size Options: 1 BALL - 48 inches long by 3.5 inches wide 2 BALLS - 96 inches long by 3.5 inches wide Scarf pictured used 2 balls. This is a BEGINNER level pattern and very easy to crochet. Works up in one evening (while watching tv). Easy pattern to follow. The yarn used is super soft and squishy and really is the star of the show. This scarf is suitable for both men and women (depending on colors used) and makes the perfect holiday gift. Hope you join us each month for our Scarf of the Month Club Patterns - make your Christmas gifts before the holiday season this year with a selection of free crochet scarf patterns every Month in 2016. Hope you love this one! It is one of my very favorite scarf patterns!
Flying Geese Hooded Cowl
The inspiration behind this pattern was Amy Johnson, a pioneering English aviatrix. Amy set many flight records in the 1930s, and rose to the ranks of First Officer in the Air Transport Auxiliary during World War II. She died in a crash in 1941 under disputed circumstances during a mission and her body was never recovered. There is a very iconic photo of Amy with a scrumptious collar so I wanted to create a hooded cowl that could keep you extra warm. (You can find more great pictures on my Amy Johnson Pinterest board.) The post stitch pattern creates upturned arrows that mimic the flying geese quilting pattern. The bulky yarn adds an extra layer of protection against harsh winds. Skills Used Basic crochet stitches: chain, single crochet, triple crochet, slip stitch Crocheting in the round Post stitch clusters (FPtr4tog and FPtr8tog, with written explanation in pattern) Skill Level Intermediate Finished Size 23” (58 cm) circumference x 22” (56 cm) tall. Materials Kraemer Yarns Mauch Chunky (100% wool, 3.5 oz/100 g, 120 yd/110 m) - 4 skeins Thyme, or approximately 480 yd (439 m) in any bulky weight yarn. US L-11/8 mm crochet hook, or any size needed to obtain gauge. Yarn needle. Gauge 11 sts in pattern = 4” (10 cm). Exact gauge is not critical for this project.
Rainbow Pebbles Infinity Scarf
Welcome to the October Scarf of the Month Club Free Pattern! This month you can make this lovely lightweight infinity scarf with 1 skein of DK weight yarn and a 4.0 mm hook or make a slightly heavier (and warmer) scarf with 1 ball of light worsted weight yarn (like Red Heart Soft or Caron Simply Soft) and a 5.50 mm hook. Perfect to make as Christmas Gifts! One Size Fits Most Uses 250 Yds Join our Scarf of the Month Club and Make 24 Scarves before Christmas Each Year.
Karen's Winter Scarf Free Crochet Pattern
"Lovely, textured and long enough to wrap easily, Karen’s Winter Scarf is the perfect winter accessory. There is a matching Twisted Headband pattern to go with this scarf too! I have included the stitch multiples to make it easy for you to change the size of the scarf if you would like. The scarf is worked lengthwise so you can make it wider simply by repeating the pattern rows until the width you want is reached. Thank you for joining us this year for our Scarf of the Month Club events :) Wishing you the best, Rhondda"
Mac Cannie Triangle Shawl
"Lately, I have been designing shawls and I think I'm addicted to it already. Last time I shared a video tutorial of the Mae Belle shawl which is named after my best friend who works as a nurse in our place. Now I have made another shawl and it's for my other best friend. She's my best friend since college. We studied the same course and we passed the board exam together. Her name is Mac Cannie and I named this shawl after her. I haven't seen her for months and I miss her. I plan to give the shawl to her personally. "