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One Skein Infinity Scarf

Looking for an easy crochet pattern to make some holiday gifts? This infinity scarf is the pattern for you! You’ll need just one skein of yarn and a size K (6.5mm) crochet hook. A simple, two row repeat makes this the perfect project for crocheting in front of the tv. Use a self striping yarn for maximum color effect with minimal effort. The pattern calls for worsted weight yarn, but instructions are included for using bulky or lightweight yarn instead. Merry making!

One Skein Infinity Scarf

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All Year Cover Up & Cornwall Shawl

The All Year Cover Up & Cornwall Shawl is so fabulous and works up easy. The All Year Cover Up & Cornwall Shawl uses the back loop technique to give the design a ribbed and textured illusion. You can use any cuff you like to accent. You can make this cover up/shawl in any yarn weight and fiber for use in different seasons. You can go from summer to fall to winter and spring with this fantastic design.

All Year Cover Up & Cornwall Shawl 

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Easy 2 Hour Infinity Scarf

This easy scarf is great for beginners. It uses a 3rd loop half double crochet but don’t worry - I’ll show you everything you need to know, including how to do this stitch! It works up in about two hours and is the perfect mindless project, just repeat the same one row over and over!

Easy 2 Hour Infinity Scarf

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Greek Goddess Wrap Crochet Pattern

Greek Goddess Wrap Crochet Design from Caitlin's Contagious Creations. A lightweight rectangle prayer shawl crochet design. The design calls for 2 of Lion Brand's Wool Ease yarn cakes or about 1200 yds of dk, light weight yarn of your choice and a size I9/ 5.25mm crochet hook. Written directions and step by photos are provided. This easy pattern uses mainly double crochets to create. Also included is a front crossed treble crochet and a 6 cluster double crochet, both these stitches are reviewed in the pattern.

Greek Goddess Wrap Crochet Pattern 

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Citrus Scarf

A super easy scarf, perfect for beginners, you only need to know how to make a double crochet and a chain. It is suitable for adults and children. The pattern is a multiples of 3 + 1. You can customize it to the required length and width. Measurements: approx. 129 cm / 50.7 inches x 13.5 / 5.3 inches cm. Yarn: One skein of Alize Diva Silk effect Color (55) white and Alize Diva Baby Color (187) Yellow. Hook: 3.0 mm. Tapestry needle.

Citrus Scarf

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Eternal Cable Scarf (Male Version)

This is the male version of my Eternal Cable Scarf - a warm and fashionable neck wear for gentlemen. I designed it with solid cable stitches, silver accented dark color wool blended worsted weight yarn to create a sturdy and posh look. It's a fairly easy crochet project when you're used to cable stitches. In case you're not very familiar with crochet cables, I suggest that you read the Special Stitches section carefully. This mannish crochet scarf would be a great gift for any occasion.

Eternal Cable Scarf (Male Version)

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Galway Shawl

Inspiration comes from all places. For me I am constantly inspired by color, texture and shape. It is so incredibly special when those 3 inspirations come together for a design that pops, is beautiful, easy to make, and just a delight to wear. This Galway Shawl uses the Hedgehog yarn with its soft fiber and colors that blend and pop beautifully. You can wear this shawl as a shawl or as a comfortable scarf for the colder season.

Galway Shawl

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Jade Shawl

This is a one-skein crochet shawl made from Lion Brand Shawl in a Cake yarn. It is a versatile pattern that can be worn in the winter or summer. Just pick the right colors for your season. Light and airy, you won't even know you are wearing this around your neck. It has an asymmetrical triangle shape that looks beautiful when draped. The shawl has an easy shaping that both experienced and beginner crocheters will enjoy. 

Jade Shawl

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Mariposa Shawl

Mariposa was given its name by some of the amazing artists in my local knit and crochet group because they said the shawl looks like a butterfly. I really enjoyed creating Mariposa, it’s an easy and fun pattern to make and the yarn is a joy to work with. Nurturing Fibres Eco-Fusion yarn is made in South Africa, and the American distributor, Good Loops Yarn, has given me a discount code for all of you! Just look in the pattern.

Mariposa Shawl 

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Easy Infinity Scarf

I love creating crocheted scarves because they are so easy to make, they are also very quick to finish, and you can use them over and over! Since we’re almost in spring, I created a lightweight spring infinity scarf that can be worn during spring time and even summer time. Is crocheted using a very fine crochet thread, but of course you can create it with bulky yard if you need something for fall or winter.

Easy Infinity Scarf

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