Infinity scarves are just amazing!
They are one of the greatest human inventions, I believe .
Not only do they look great, but because they are actually just circles with no end or beginning, they are in fact extremely comfortable to wear. You simply place them over your neck, twist and loop … and you’re good to go.
If you are tempted to make a crocheted version of an infinity scarf, then you can easily do so by following the instructions below…
To make the scarf you will need: yarn (I used worsted weight – Read Heart Lisa and Red Heart Bella; scrap yarn is really great for this project), a crochet hook (I used H – 5 mm), scissors, a yarn needle and a safety pin.
Abbreviations (US terminology): ch – chain stitch, Sl st – slip stitch, dc – double crochet stitch.
/with color A/ 230 chain stitches (leave about 12-inch/30 cm long tail in the beginning),
Note: By making 230 chain stitches you create a base for a rather long scarf that can be looped around the neck twice. If you would like to make a shorter scarf, you will need to start with a smaller number of chain stitches (I recommend 200 or less).
Here I am with the first pattern of this year – Crochet Earflap Beanie!
If you are in the mood to create something easy and useful, then this might be just the right thing!
The pattern for the earflap beanies contains 72 step-by-step pictures to help you along the way. So yes, it should be really easy to follow.
To find the pattern and learn more details about it, you can visit my shop or Etsy.
I am wishing you a happy New Year, dear friends!
May it be blessed, lucky and amazing for you all!
My first days of the new year have been filled with a lot of beautifully relaxing crochet. And knitting too.
I have actually realized that I have 3 projects in progress these days.
First of them, my Color Burst Blanket, is gaining its ‘square power’ rather quickly. What a delightful work that is!
I started a green knit scarf. I admit, I love knitting simple scarves just like this basketweave one. I have also realized that when it comes to scarves, I quite often find myself reaching for color green. Who knows why… Anyhow, the basketweave stitch is inspired by my sweet childhood memory – a sweater that my sweet Mom made for me as a present. I loved it so much and will never forget the moment I received it.
And then, I tried my hand at my first crochet earflap beanies. It’s a fun project. And really easy as well. I see more of these in my life, I guess. Perhaps I’ll make a pattern too.
Do you have any handmade work in progress right now? Do tell! I would love to know.
Hi, dear friends!
Today I am very happy to present to you my latest crochet project – Little Colorful Christmas Trees!
As the name itself suggests, these decorations are really teeny tiny and take very little time to make. I think they are perfect as a Holiday decor for your home or office and they can make pretty presents for your loved ones too.
So far, I have made eight and still plan to make more… there are just too many tempting color combinations forming in mind… so, beware, this is addictive!
In case you would like to try this easy project too, you can use my pattern to guide you along the way. It includes 40 step-by-step pictures to make the project as easy to follow as possible. You can find the pattern in my OWN SHOP or on Etsy.
And as usual, I could not resist and had to take a zillion pictures to share with you…