This beautiful flower scarf crochet pattern uses the Mile-a-Minute crochet technique to create a pretty stunning piece that you can wear all year round.
This chevron crochet scarf pattern is perfect for everyone on your list ... a perfect unisex scarf pattern that is also great for all ages!
The chilly season is nigh, alas, and it's time to get warmly dressed. On the upside, of course, it's also an excuse to get out the crocheting supplies and make warm clothing. A neck warmer is a great idea just for such a project. The main idea for this project
Who said that scarves have to be worn only in cold months? Today's collection of Elegant Lace Scarves is light and airy, and it's just what we need for
The Copenhagen Cowl is a perfectly luxurious cowl in every way. Crocheted in a beautiful, yet easy and relaxing v-stitch in gorgeous and buttery soft sock yarn, it is both fabulous to make and wear! Subtle gradients of coral, gray, and cream allows the yarn to do all of the color changing for you. This amazing cowl is truly a special treat for that extra special lightweight yarn you've been saving! Need a little help? There's a full video tutorial below too! Copenhagen Cowl By Jennifer Dickerson Click the button below to add this project to your Ravelry queue: Click below to watch a full video tutorial on how to make this project: Love video tutorials? Click here to subscribe to the Fiber Flux YouTube channel for more stitchy fun! Materials: H (5.0 mm) crochet hook Sock yarn of your choice (I used 1 cake of Deluxe Sock from Summit Road Fibers for Global Backyard in the Deep Coral/Gray/White colorway, 400 m/437 yds) Tapestry Needle Scissors Love this yarn? Get it by clicking on the image below! (affiliate link) I used the one on the right, but check out all of those other colors too...so pretty! Extra special thanks to Global Backyard for providing yarn for this project!! Sizing: 24 inch circumference 18 inches tall Note: To change circumference, check out the multiples for the starting below. To change height, work as many rounds as you like. Abbreviations and Tutorial Links: Chain (ch) Double Crochet (dc) Instructions: Ch 120, then join in the chain furthest from the hook with a slip stitch, being careful not to twist. (To change circumference of the cowl, work any multiple of 3) Round 1: Ch 4 (counts as a dc, ch 1), then work a dc in the first chain. *Skip 2 chains, then in the next chain, work a (dc, ch 1 , dc). Repeat from * to end of round. Join to close round with a slip stitch in the topmost chain of the turning chain. Round 2: Ch 4 (counts as a dc, ch 1), then work a dc in the first stitch. *Skip 2 stitches, then in the next stitch, work a (dc, ch 1 , dc). Repeat from * to end of round. Join to close round with a slip stitch in the topmost chain of the turning chain. Repeat round 2 until you reach desired height of cowl. Weave in any ends. Jennifer Dickerson 2019 For more fun projects and pretty patterns, be sure to follow Fiber Flux on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Pinterest for the latest updates!
The Marina Wrap is a light and airy free crochet shawl pattern that uses only one ball of Red Heart It’s A Wrap Rainbow Yarn. The lacy stitches and gentle crescent shape of this shawl show off the yarn beautifully!
One Skein Crochet Shawl Pattern! Tendril is a beautiful asymmetric lace shawl crocheted with only one skein of fingering weight yarn. When you are finished, only 2 ends to weave in! Perfect for that precious skein of Indie Dyed yarn you have been saving. The pattern repeat is an easy 4 row repeat with basic stitches, so once you have the repeat established, you can relax and crochet!
Creating clothing accessories with my hands is something that I fell in love way back when I was still a child. I remember how I made my first dress and although there was no knitting or crocheting involved it was still a DIY project that set a foundation for a lot more to come. Recently I decided to make a scarf for myself and started searching for the patterns online. Luckily enough I found the perfect example of what I was looking for online. At this point I am in the middle of crocheting a scarf according to the tutorial I am about to redirect you to. The pattern and photo explanations are easy to follow and the author of it really did a descent job and made the path really easy for ones like me. If you like this scarf than why not try and make it. Full Project Here
I think this is going to be really fun to experiment and play with Red Heart Yarn! As you may…