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Rainbow Diamonds Infinity Scarf Crocheted with bright spring variegated yarn gives this scarf a playful and fun look. Put together exclusively for the American Crochet – Crafting A Rainbow Of Hope Organisation CLICK THE LINK TO GET ALL THE INFORMATION!!   Works up quickly:) Easy Basic stitches, simple shaping and finishing. Yarn: double knitting/light worsted yarn (No 3) optional – variegated This scarf only took one skein – 1 x 50 grams (this will depend on tension) Hook: 4.00 mm Size: approx 10 cm in width (4 inches) and 200 cm in length (78 inches) Notes: Tension/Gauge is not necessary for this project to be perfect IRead More →

LACY STITCH INFINITY SCARF|CRAFTING A RAINBOW OF HOPE|CREATIVE CROCHET WORKSHOP

  A quick and easy infinity scarf in a lacy stitch! Designed exclusively for the American Crochet – Crafting A Rainbow Of Hope  Easy Basic stitches, simple shaping and finishing. Yarn: light worsted yarn Color – Variegated yarn (Elle DK Family Knit – Robin’s Egg) 2 x 50 grams Hook: 4.00 mm Size: approx 80 cm in length and 25 cm in width Notes: Tension/Gauge is not necessary for this project to be perfect I use US Crochet stitch terminology Abbreviations: CH – chain SL ST – slip stitch DC – double crochet INSTRUCTIONS: I made this scarf using the lacy starry-eyed stitch. Create aRead More →

LACY STITCH SCARF|CRAFTING A RAINBOW OF HOPE|CREATIVE CROCHET WORKSHOP

  A quick and easy scarf in a lacy stitch! Designed exclusively for the American Crochet – Crafting A Rainbow Of Hope  Easy Basic stitches, simple shaping and finishing. Yarn: light worsted yarn Color – 4 colors – Pink, dark pink, cream and yellow 1 x 25 grams dark pink & pink Small amounts of cream and yellow Hook: 4.00 mm Size: approx 120 cm in length and 12 cm in width Notes: Tension/Gauge is not necessary for this project to be perfect I use US Crochet stitch terminology Abbreviations: CH – chain SL ST – slip stitch DC – double crochet INSTRUCTIONS: I madeRead More →

Learn to knit by knitting this lovely scarf in Stocking Stitch This pattern is exclusively created for the A Knitting Journey Series! Check out the tutorials & other patterns here!   Try out your new knitting skills by making this really easy project. This is a simple Knit one row and then Purl the next row.   SKILL LEVEL: Beginner YARN: My yarn – ELLE Pure Gold DK Weight: DK Texture: Plied Fiber: Acrylic (100%) Needles: 3.5 mm (4 US) ( UK), 4 mm (6 US) (8 UK) Gauge: 22 sts / 10 cm (4″) Balls: 100g; 260 m (284 yds) Care: Machine wash (30Read More →

   I am extremely excited to bring you this Chunky Butterfly Scarf (The February Mystery Pattern) as part of the Scarf Of The Month Club! Amy From the Stitchin Mommy & Rhondda from Oombawka Design has started this club to bring you a Free Crochet Pattern for a scarf, infinity scarf, or cowl/neckwarmer, twice a month through  to December 2016. By the end of December, you will have 24 free crochet patterns for scarves to choose from to create and share as gifts! The Scarf of the Month Club posts will be available on the second Sunday of every month, with the final scarf patterns available onRead More →

PLEASE CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL INTRODUCTION & SCHEDULE OF THIS CAL   Requirements: Yarn – I used small amounts of double knitting/light worsted yarn in various colors and small amounts of 4 ply Hook – For the double knitting/light worsted I used a 4, 00 mm hook & for the 4 ply a 3,50 mm hook Please note you can use any yarn for this project – chunky or stiff yarn is NOT recommended GAUGE: Tension/Gauge is not necessary for this project to be perfect. PART FOUR: Final Trimming: Join yarn into a stitch on the first round motif – use photos as guide. US TERMSRead More →

PLEASE CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL INTRODUCTION & SCHEDULE OF THIS CAL   Requirements: Yarn – I used small amounts of double knitting/light worsted yarn in various colors and small amounts of 4 ply Hook – For the double knitting/light worsted I used a 4, 00 mm hook & for the 4 ply a 3,50 mm hook Please note you can use any yarn for this project – chunky or stiff yarn is NOT recommended GAUGE: Tension/Gauge is not necessary for this project to be perfect. PART THREE: Sewing The Pieces Together: This is a photo tutorial of how I stitched my pieces together 🙂 Please doRead More →

PLEASE CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL INTRODUCTION & SCHEDULE OF THIS CAL   Requirements: Yarn – I used small amounts of double knitting/light worsted yarn in various colors and small amounts of 4 ply Hook – For the double knitting/light worsted I used a 4, 00 mm hook & for the 4 ply a 3,50 mm hook Please note you can use any yarn for this project – chunky or stiff yarn is NOT recommended GAUGE: Tension/Gauge is not necessary for this project to be perfect. PART TWO: Big Flower: Instructions: Make 2 With double knitting/light worsted yarn and 4,00 mm hook, make a magic ring US TERMS RNDRead More →

PLEASE CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL INTRODUCTION & SCHEDULE OF THIS CAL   Requirements: Yarn – I used small amounts of double knitting/light worsted yarn in various colors and small amounts of 4 ply Hook – For the double knitting/light worsted I used a 4, 00 mm hook & for the 4 ply a 3,50 mm hook Please note you can use any yarn for this project – chunky or stiff yarn is NOT recommended GAUGE: Tension/Gauge is not necessary for this project to be perfect. PART ONE: Crochet Rings (Filler): Note: These are called fillers and are made to fill the little gaps that might appear in-between yourRead More →

Scrapalicious Flower Scarf Introduction – Free Crochet Pattern This Scrapalicious Flower Scarf is a Scraps Of Yarn Project: Perfect for using all those leftovers from previous projects.   Requirements: Yarn – any (this is a stash scraps project) Hook – depended on type of yarn used Size of Project – it is a scarf  – the size will be depended on your type of yarn and hook size used! Color – colorful LINKS TO PARTS: Part One Part Two Part Three Part Four Add this PROJECT to your Ravelry Queue Join the Creative Crochet Workshop Ravelry Group Share your progress on Instragam #SCRAPALICIOUSFLOWERSCARF Join my FacebookRead More →

Interlocked Scarf Basic stitches, but concentration required for keeping count and interlocking. The image of this pattern was originally found on Facebook – Idees vir Idees My sister-in-law shared this picture of a scarf recently on Facebook and she loved it. There was no direct link to a written pattern and since my sister-in-law cannot crochet I decided I would try to make the scarf for her and write up a pattern as I go. And this was the result 🙂 SKILL LEVEL: Easy Basic stitches, simple shaping and finishing. SIZE: 14cm in width and 120cm in length MATERIALS: Yarns: Double knitting/light worsted yarn 50grRead More →