Dropped Spirit Knit Scarf – Free Knitting Pattern This Dropped Spirit Knit scarf is made with the ‘drop stitch’ and the lovely Turtle Scheepjes Spirit Yarn! Find Dropped Spirit Knit Scarf On Ravelry! Share The Love And Please Favorite! SKILL LEVEL: Intermediate Project Basic stitches, simple shaping and finishing. MATERIALS: Yarns: Scheepjes Spirit – Turtle (308) Fiber Content: 56% Cotton x 46% Acrylic Width Needle size 2: 4 mm Weight Ball weight: 50 gram Length Length: 210 meter NOTE: I used half a ball for this scarf – because I made it for my daughter! (approx 25 grams) Needles & Notions: Needles  4.00 mm Yarn needle Abbreviations: K – knitRead More →

Make Me Proud Infinity Scarf – Free Crochet Pattern This Make Me Proud Infinity Scarf was inspired by the beautiful hand-dyed colors of the merino sock yarn that I used. This gorgeous yarn was hand-dyed by Beatrix Snyman and I purchased it from Btrix Yarns. (Only available in South Africa) Find Rhondda’s Scarf Here! Find Amy’s Scarf Here! Find Make Me Proud Infinity Scarf On Ravelry! Share The Love And Please Favorite! SKILL LEVEL: Intermediate Basic stitches, simple shaping and finishing, but concentration required for pattern. MATERIALS: Yarns: Sockweight / 4-ply (19-22 wpi) 1 x 100 g variegated skein – Make Me Proud Hooks & Notions: Hook 3,Read More →

Fan Stitch Cake Roll Scarf – Free Crochet Pattern The Fan Stitch Cake Roll Scarf is easy to crochet and was also done with only leftover worsted weight yarn. The reason by the fun name is because when the scarf is rolled up it looks just like the yarn cake rolls that are so popular! Find Rhondda’s Scarf Here! Find Amy’s Scarf Here! Find Fan Stitch Cake Roll Scarf On Ravelry! Share The Love And Please Favorite! SKILL LEVEL: Easy Basic stitches, simple shaping and finishing. MATERIALS: Yarns: Double knitting / medium worsted (No 4) yarn approx 100yards (maybe less depending on tension and length) of eachRead More →

Chunky Popcorn Waffle Cowl – Free Crochet Pattern This Chunky Popcorn Waffle Cowl is the perfect accessory for winter, with it’s thick texture of the pattern and the chunky yarn. Find Rhondda’s Scarf Here! Find Amy’s Scarf Here! Find The Chunky Popcorn Waffle Cowl On Ravelry! Share The Love And Please Favorite! SKILL LEVEL: Intermediate Basic stitches, but concentration required to form pattern. MATERIALS: Yarns: Charity Chunky – 2 x 100 g Hooks & Notions: Hook 6.00 mm Yarn needle Abbreviations: CH – chain SL ST – slip stitch SC – single crochet DC – double crochet Notes: I use US Crochet stitch terminology. Due toRead More →

Easy Flower Knit Scarf – Free Knitting Pattern This easy flower knit scarf is a perfect beginner’s project! Quick and fun to knit in chunky yarn. Plus a knitted flower as the perfect embellishment. Find Easy Flower Knit Scarf On Ravelry! Share The Love And Please Favorite! SKILL LEVEL: Easy / Beginner Project Basic stitches, simple shaping and finishing. MATERIALS: Yarns: Elle Charity Chunky Weight – Bulky (7 wpi) Yardage – 175 yards (160 meters) Unit weight – 100 grams (3.53 ounces) Gauge 15.0 sts = 4 inches Fibers – 100% Manufactured Fibers – Acrylic Texture – plied Needles & Notions: Needles  5.00 mm Yarn needle Two mediumRead More →

Wear It Your Way Scarflet – Free Crochet Pattern This Wear It Your Way Scarflet is the perfect versatile accessory. Wear it the way you want to when you want to! Find Wear It Your Way Scarflet On Ravelry! Share The Love And Please Favorite! SKILL LEVEL: Easy Basic stitches, simple shaping and finishing. MATERIALS: Yarns: Nurturing Fibers Super Twist DK – 100% merino 50 g (103 meters) – Monette Hooks & Notions: Hook 4, 00 mm Yarn needle Abbreviations: CH – chain SL ST – slip stitch SC – single crochet DC – double crochet Notes: I use US Crochet stitch terminology. Due to theRead More →

The Oasis Neck Scarf – Free Crochet Pattern This Oasis Neck Scarf is perfect for the cooler evenings. The soft tones of blue, green and also yellow gives this scarf a summery feel. Designed for the American Crochet – Crafting A Rainbow Of Hope  Find The Oasis Neck Scarf On Ravelry! Share The Love And Please Favorite! SKILL LEVEL: Easy Basic stitches, simple shaping and finishing. MATERIALS: Yarns: Moya 100% Cotton – Oasis 50 g (135 m/ 148 yards) Weight – Double Knit Hooks & Notions: Hook 3.50 mm Yarn needle Abbreviations: CH – chain SL ST – slip stitch SC – single crochet DC –Read More →

Festive Red Cowl – Free Crochet Pattern Dress up for the holidays with this festive red cowl. Nice and chunky to keep out the cold, but also bold and festive for the holiday season! Designed for the American Crochet – Crafting A Rainbow Of Hope  Find Festive Red Cowl On Ravelry! Share The Love And Please Favorite! SKILL LEVEL: Easy Basic stitches, simple shaping and finishing. MATERIALS: Yarns: Chunky 1 x 100 g ball approx 175 yds Charity Chunky Wine 1 x 100 g Hooks & Notions: Hook 6,00 mm Yarn needle Abbreviations: CH – chain SL ST – slip stitch SC – single crochetRead More →

PRETTY SCARVES FOR CHARITY A pretty scarves round up that are easy and also fun to do. Perfect to make for charities or also as gifts for the holidays. Top Row From Left To Right: 1. Rainbow Diamonds Infinity Scarf  – FREE 2. Simple V-Stitch Infinity Scarf – FREE 3. Granny Stripe Skinny Scarf – FREE  Bottom Row From Left To Right: 4. Lacy Fan Infinity Scarf – FREE 5. Chunky Starry Eyed Scarf– FREE 6. Orange Wood Fall Cowl – FREE Enjoy! Put together exclusively for the American Crochet – Crafting A Rainbow Of Hope Organisation Pattern designed and made for charity! CLICK THE LINK TO GET ALLRead More →

Alpaca Inspired Scarf Free Crochet/Knitting Pattern A lovely alpaca inspired scarf made with the gorgeous Inspired By Alpaca yarn from Btrix Yarns. Share The Love And Please Favorite/Queue On Ravelry! SKILL LEVEL: Easy Basic stitches, simple shaping and finishing. MATERIALS: Yarns: Inspired By Alpaca 1 x 50 g Hooks & Notions: Hook 2.25 mm Yarn needle Abbreviations: CH – chain SL ST – slip stitch SC – single crochet DC – double crochet Size: Approx 75 cm in length x 10 cm in width Gauge: It is not important for this project to be perfect Notes: I use US Crochet stitch terminology. Due to the nature ofRead More →