Yes, it's true; this beautiful crocheted scarf can be made using only one skein of yarn! Make this One Skein Winter Scarf for yourself or a special friend this season. This crochet scarf is made using the cluster stitch and worsted weight yarn in your color of choice. If you want an extra long scarf, you might need to use more than one skein of yarn.
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Yes Yes Shawl
To begin with, here is a beautiful sunset shawl in a classic deep red to yellow gradient. Undoubtedly, the ombre yarn really makes the smooth transitions so life-like and natural.
Cluster Stitch Cowl Crochet Pattern
I love keeping cozy on a frosty winter day. That's why there's nothing better than a good winter cowl. This particular crochet cowl pattern is fun and super warm. It's stitched up using the beautiful cluster stitch. The cluster stitch adds a lot of texture and mixed with the acrylic wool blend of a plymouth hot cake, the stitches really pop. The yarn is soft and easy to care for, being that it's machine washable. It can be tossed in the dryer too if you're in a rush! Every hot cake comes with a built in color shift. This particular cowl is to be worked in the denim mix which has various shades of blues with cream.
Extra Special Summer Lace Scarf
Get ready for the best accessory of the season with this Extra Special Summer Lace Scarf. If you've always wanted to crochet with lace but didn't know where to start, this is your chance. This crochet lace scarf is perfect for the warm weather when you want to wear a tank top but not feel too bare around the shoulders. Crochet lace is fun to use and creates an extra special project that is light, unique, and beautiful all in one. This crochet scarf project is also a good one to wear as fall is beginning as it's a light scarf that won't feel too weighty underneath a light fall jacket.
Power of a Prayer Shawl
Prayer Shawl We all have friends in need. Sometimes the friend just needs a hug or an encouraging chat over a cup of coffee. Most of us benefit from a reprieve from the daily grind and having a friend to laugh with can go a long way. But sometimes a friend needs more - when that friend is walking through a dark, sad, or scary time; what many of us call “the valley.” Obviously, the person experiencing a trial is the one with the difficulty - but sometimes knowing how to be a good friend can be hard too. We don't always know what to say. We don't want to be trite, or too serious. We want to be there, but not over-bearing. Some of us also have a tendency to shirk away from very emotional situations. A tangible gift has a powerful impact and offering something personal can help with healing. I love giving a prayer shawl that represents everything I wish, hope, and pray for that individual in the midst of trouble. And not merely a shawl you would find in a store or in a pattern book, but a personalized crocheted fabric that wraps a friend in symbolism. The symbols you choose will depend on your beliefs and the beliefs of the person receiving the shawl. The purpose isn’t religious proselytizing; it's blessing someone going through a hard time.
A Homemade Hug For A Friend
Nothing makes you feel more loved and warm inside than A Homemade Hug for A Friend. Make this free crochet prayer shawl pattern while keeping a special someone in your thoughts. Whether your friend is going through a touch time or you are simply thinking of this person, we're sure they'll appreciate a wonderful crochet shawl. We love the calming blue of the yarn used, but you can make it in any color you want. Worked in half double crochet, this shawl is lovely and comes with a prayer.