The Squid Dance Wrap was designed to show off how to mix and match my variegated yarns with semi solids from my Everyday Collection. I just love these large scarf/wraps worked on a bias. they are so much more interesting than straight stripes and are extremely easy to do! For this pattern you will need to know how to chain, single crochet, double crochet and slip stitch. For my sample I used 3 colors of my Squid Sock so have fun mixing and matching different sock yarns!
"Worked back and forth in rows on the bias, the Monochrome Bias Wrap is a great compromise between easy crocheting and a little bit of interest to keep you entertained. This bias crochet wrap is worked in sections with some easy, mindless single crochet parts for a relaxing crocheting experience, and interspersed with interesting sections of mosaic crochet. It’s long enough to wrap around the neck multiple times or to drape loosely over shoulders in numerous ways. This pattern is suited to both experienced crocheters and those eager for a challenge. The pattern uses US crochet terminology and includes step-by-step mosaic crochet tutorial."
Pattern is for a Semi-circle Crochet Shawl. It perfectly drapes around your neck and shoulders and is an easy relaxing pattern using basic stitches. The half circle shape of this crochet shawl is very versatile, and the open lace stitches makes the design light and easy to wear. Crocheted from the top down with an easy to remember increase sequence. Handy printable stitch count chart included to keep you on track. Picture tutorial included for the first 8 rows Materials 4mm crochet hook You can use 700 - 800m of any fingering weight yarn or yarn weight of your choice and matching hook. Measurements Shawl pictured measures 66in 168cm on the longest length and 30in 76cm depth after a light blocking
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 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 & size, blocking, finishing techniques & more!
"While designing the Diagonal Ripple Lapghan, I kept thinking of all of the different projects I could use this on-the-bias crochet stitch pattern for. A scarf was one of them and this was how the Diagonal Ripple Scarf crochet pattern came to be. Many love working the classic crochet ripple pattern in BLO to create a neat ridge effect so I gave it a whirl when working on the bias. If you love to work crochet blankets from corner-to-corner (also known as working on-the-bias), you love crochet chevrons, and you love a good 1 skein project, then you will really enjoy this crochet scarf pattern!"