What type of scarf do you prefer?
If it is a long scarf, the longer better, then the Granny Stripe may be for you.
This crochet scarf is long, it measures 94.5″/240cm!
Because it is so long the scarf can be worn in a number of ways, the folded keyhole style, wrapped around and then knotted or just loosely wrapped around a couple of times, the choice is entirely yours.
This handmade scarf is very warm as it has been crocheted from gorgeously soft acrylic yarn that is both durable as well as easy to care for, this scarf can be machine washed on a 30 degree delicate/wool cycle.
If you like this item but would prefer it another colour, for example school/university colours then please do not hesitate to get in touch as I can make any item to order.
What kind of scarf person are you?
Do you prefer the smaller, neater type of scarf? If so then the Mossburn Circular Crochet Scarf is for you.
The Mossburn Circular scarf has been designed and hand crocheted by Loves a good yarn. It is small circular scarf that will easily slip over your head but is just enough to fit in the neck of your coat and keep out any drafts without being too bulky.
The fabric of this scarf has a lacy open flexible nature, it is not too lacy so it will still be warm yet the fluidity of the fabric means it will not feel tight and uncomfortable around your neck. Each end has then been finished off with a corded effect stitch to complete the design of the piece
Made from wonderfully soft acrylic yarn it will be both warm and durable as well as easy to care for as it is fully machine washable on a 40 degree delicate/wool cycle.
The Mossburn Circular scarf measures 27″/68.5cm around and is 8″/21cm deep.
If you like this item but would prefer it in another colour then please contact me as any item can be made to order.
Here is today’s square, Lacy Diamond Square.
Quite an effective looking square, could use any number possible colour combinations in this one, I went with shades of purple.
This is another US pattern so US terminology is used throughout, here are the instructions for Lacy Diamond.
I worked as per pattern then repeated Round 8 again before doing Round 9, this made it slightly larger than 6″ – oops!
Today’s square, the V-Star square is an easy and effective square to crochet. I used 3 colours as in the pattern but it would look light and lacy in a one colour or very vibrant in multi colours.
The pattern instructions are available on Ravelry (free membership, just need to register) and can be found as V Star Square.
I worked as per pattern instructions, the designer used Aran weight yarn and created an 8″ square but with DK yarn it easy to get a 6″ square without any alterations.
Hello and good morning to you,
Here is today’s square, Centred Square.
This is from the book 200 Crochet blocks for blankets, throws and afghans and the instructions can be found on pg61.
As with most of the patterns in this book I had to miss out a couple of rows to keep my square to size, in this instance I worked up to and including Round 6, I then did 2 more rounds of dc, one in each colour.
Hello crochet square admirer,
Here is today’s square, Kata Square. I stumbled across this pattern while mooching around the internet and I think it looks gorgeous.
I only worked part of the pattern as it is a bigger square but I would like to go back another day and make the larger square in more than one colour.
Here are the instructions for the Kata Square, it is an American pattern so US terminology is used throughout.
I worked up to Round 5 then skipped to Round 6, worked rounds 6 and 7 then worked a round of UK dc to finish and bring up to size.
Hello crochet square fan!
Today’s square comes all the way from New Zealand, I found this square on Ravelry but the link is to her own site so all good!
This was a simple and easy square to make, it has been written in both Us terminology and UK terminology, just scroll down for the UK version.
The colours I used for this square make me think of chocolate and banana, funny what happens when you go stash diving isn’t it.
Here is the link for Its Wheely a Square, I worked as per pattern and repeated Round 5 once more before working 2 rounds of UK dc to bring it up to size.
Hello and good day square fan,
Here is today’s square, Granny Flower. I enjoyed this square, it is actually a pattern for a 12″ square and uses US terminology, I just worked up to and including Round 1 of the border colour, I then did another round of (UK) dc to bring to size.
The instructions are here for Granny Flower Square
Hello again you..
Here is another square for you to like and possibly do, today’s square is called Flower Love. There is also a 3D version of this flower square available on the same blog.
The instructions can be found here for Flower Love Square, I worked as per pattern up to and including Round 6, for Round 7 I worked another round of (UK) tr’s before doing 2 rounds as per Round 7 of the pattern.
Hello, how’s things with yourself? Good I hope?
Here is today’s square, the Chain Granny square, a slight variation on the good old Granny square.
The instructions are here for the Chain Granny Square, another one of Dayna’s crochet patterns, US terminology is used, it is well written and easy to do. I worked as per pattern with no alterations at all (unusual I know!)