Tag: scarves

A Heart for the Homeless – Mission: Hats & Scarves

A Heart for the Homeless – Mission: Hats & Scarves

This summer my 15 year old daughter went on a mission trip with our church’s youth group. They spent a week working in soup kitches and doing outreach ministry to the homeless – which included handing out blankets and food – and even doing some 

Easy Crocheted Hats & Scarves Book Review

Easy Crocheted Hats & Scarves Publisher: Martingale Number of Pages: 35 pages Number of Projects: 15 projects Types of Projects: Hats and scarves Difficulty: The title of the book states these projects as easy and I would agree. While these projects are classified as easy, they would also 

12 Days of Free Crochet Patterns – Day 12

For the 12th day of the 12 Days of Free Crochet Patterns I’m adding a free ebook. I was totally blessed that AllFreeCrochetPatterns asked to use one of my patterns in their ebook “Winter Wonderland“.  Click on the photo, or link, below to download your 

12 Days of Free Cochet Patterns – Day 9

Another designer who was one I admired when I was just starting out is Ellen Gormley, and her blog is Go Crochet.  She has some great designs, and quite a few free ones to choose from.  I chose 2 patterns, one whimsical and one elegant, because 

12 Days of Free Crochet Patterns – Day 7

As we continue our 12 Days of Crochet Patterns, there is one designer in particular I think of when I think ‘fashion’…..Cindy Kamps.  Her patterns are super easy to read!  She breaks them down by step, not by row or round to prevent any confusion, 

Quick & Easy Chain Scarf – Free Crochet Pattern Day 5

It’s day 5 of my 12 Days of Free Crochet Patterns.  Today’s pattern is my version of a Chain Scarf.  I sold so many of these scarves at a craft fair I did recently, and I’ve had a lot of requests for the pattern, so here 

Tunisian Sampler Scarf CAL – Part 12

This is going to be the last section of the CAL.  If you’d like the scarf to be longer you can just repeat any/all of the sections we’ve done.  I will do a separate post on how to end your tunisian project.  When you are 

Tunisian Sampler Scarf CAL – Part 11

The tunisian honeycomb stitch is a combination of TSS & TPS stitches alternatively worked across the row.   Section 11 –  Honeycomb Stitch   TSS = insert hook behind next vertical bar, yo, pull up a loop (section 1 of scarf) TPS = move yarn 

Tunisian Sampler Scarf CAL – Part 10

The tunisian net stitch is worked between stitches, as opposed to most of the stitches which are worked with the vertical bar.   Section 10 –  Net Stitch (also known as the Tunisian full stitch)   TSS = insert hook between next 2 vertical bars, 

Tunisian Sampler Scarf CAL – Part 9

The tunisian berry stitch is made very similar to the regular crocheted berry stitch. You use a regular TSS (section 1) and add some texture. It looks like a lot of rows, but once you get the pattern going it doesn’t take long.   Section