End of Summer crafting, scarves


I recently finished a couple of cute scarves that were fun and easy to make.

The scarf above is made from a free pattern called Windowpane Scarf by Adrienne Lash. The pattern is available for free on Ravelry. My scarf is dedicated to the memory of my mom, Lu, who passed away in August. It uses one skein of sock yarn. As usual you can find technical details on my Ravelry project page.

Here’s another scarf that was super easy to make. It would make a great project for a beginning crocheter.


The pattern is called Arugula scarf by Jennifer Dickerson. It’s also available free on her Fiber Flux blog. It really does look like lettuce! Ha. Here’s the link to my project page on Ravelry.

Just a reminder that Ravelry is a great site where you can find inspiration and an amazing database of crochet patterns, both free and for sale. It’s free to join Ravelry and the community there is wonderful. I highly recommend it.


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2 Responses to End of Summer crafting, scarves

  1. Verónica says:

    I really like that first one. The variegated yarn works great with the open pattern.

  2. malubabu says:

    Love the open work scarf. beautiful choice of colours and yarn.

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