Crocheted Scarf – Autumn Red was designed using the beautiful Autumn Red yarn from Caron’s Simply Soft. The openness of this scarf is perfect for the fall when it’s a bit chilly but not extremely cold.
The other thing I like about this Crocheted Scarf – Autumn Red is the kind of floral trellis look it has going on. I love making crocheted scarves and anything crocheted at all. It looks like crochet is making a comeback and this makes me happy! Read more
Hi everyone and welcome back. For the 3rd part of this series, the ACWC Free Pattern is this Scoodie. I ran a poll on my group page and this is what ya wanted (some of you anyway) a scoodie.
I love this series and I still will make a poncho and a shawl for the rest of you that wanted that. I really wish that the poll had more participants because I want to make everyone happy and their voice heard.
This ACWC Scoodie is also going to be added to 2017 Annual Holiday Blog Hop.
Amy Cherisse Winter Collection Crochet Scarf (ACWC Scarf) free crochet pattern, here is the second offering. I am having fun and I want to thank everyone who participated in my group as to what you want next. The 3 items I will be making are a shawl, poncho and scoodie. I have started the shawl for you all. I am hoping to have it done in the next week.
I am loving this collection because of the stitches, and just how universal they can be. This stitch can be used for anything and it would be beautiful!
So I went yarn shopping last week and came across this Heather Yarn from Premier Yarns Deborah Norville Collection. I have to tell you all, it is so very soft and doesn’t split like some softer yarns do. I am impressed and so I decided to make the Gail Marie’s Terracotta Scarf. I love this scarf so much. It’s very easy with quite simple repeats for you all. Best of all it is a free crochet pattern!
Hi , everybody!! So glad I am back to offer you another free crochet pattern for you all. This Bobbin Along Scarf will be a great addition to your Winter accessories. The scarf can be worn many different ways of your choosing. I received this yarn from Red Heart. It’s Baby Hugs Light. I love how soft it is and it is a great yarn to work with.
Looking at the scarf I am sure you all know where the name came from. I really would like to make some slippers with this pattern. What do you think? Maybe some slipper boots? Wouldn’t that keep your toes nice and toasty. I used double treble stitches and the Bobble stitch for this. I love the way the stitches compliment each other. I would love to hear from you, maybe offer up some suggestions, maybe just to say HI!! 🙂 Read more