The Lorelai Scarf Crochet Pattern is inspired by the TV show "Gilmore Girls" and their whacky style and love of scarves. I made it colorful, unique, and extremely long! It was designed for the Crochet Charity Drive events, so they can be made and donated to those in need. That's why this pattern is also made in a super simple stitch pattern. The Lorelai Scarf is also a great way to use up scrap yarns. It can be made in any yarn, just noting that the size will change.
I love making crochet scarves. They are not only fun to make but also very quick projects that you can easily complete in a day. Crochet scarves are also one of the great beginner crochet project to start with. They are typically worked in repeated rows which makes them very easy to follow pattern. You can also easily change the texture and look of the crochet scarf by changing the yarn and hook size according to your choice. Today am sharing the Pattern for a very Easy Textured Crochet Scarf. This is a easy to follow pattern where all you just need to know is to make Single Crochets and Double Crochets. By combining these two stitches in a methodical pattern you can create a lovely textured Crochet scarf. The size of this scarf can be customized according to your choice. You can easily start with any number of stitches you want and finish off after reaching the required size needed. You can make them as regular style scarf with free ends or make them little longer and join both the ends to make them into infinity scarf to wrap around your neck twice. Add fringe or tassels to the ends to make them more pretty. Materials Used:- Worsted Weight Cotton Yarn 4 mm Crochet Hook Size:- 7 / 35 Inches - can be customized to any size
This beautiful shawl has a simple construction and is very easy to make. The chevron wavy stitch pattern is easy to memorize making this a relaxing zen project. The bobble edging, which is inspired by tiny pom poms, is delicate and sweet. This PDF download pattern includes charts and the video tutorial can be viewed at the free pattern page or on my YouTube Channel. 100% of the Proceeds of the PDF version of this pattern are donated through my charity Project Kristin Cares to survivors of domestic violence. Learn more about my charity on the Kristin Omdahl website.
This triangle scarf is easily worked with simple stitches, and quickly creates a classic looking accessory to wear! This pattern is worked in rows using chains and double crochet stitches. You can easily customize the size of the scarf by adding or omitting rows, and the simple pattern repeat makes this design fun and easy to work up ! An interesting difference in this scarf pattern are the button and loop added to the corner ends of the last row worked - the button attaches to the loop, which helps to keep the scarf around your neck! It's a great pattern because: Scarves are quick and fun projects to work up! Have fun with yarn color to make this simple fabric your own style; color blocking, stripes, ombre, variegated and more! This project works great with cotton yarns, and plant-based fibers! You'll get to practice a lot of crochet skills: increasing in rows, stitch tension, gauge and size, blocking, finishing techniques and more!
Friendship Scarves Remember making friendship bracelets out of embroidery thread? I loved getting (and giving) those candy striped displays of affection. Now you can wrap up your friends in friendship scarves with colors and styles reminiscent of our grade school gifts.
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!