There’s not much that I don’t like about this crocheted scarf! From the great photos of the final project, to the colour of yarn chosen, to the detail of the pattern with tons of how-to photos! Not only is the pattern written out in the standard style, but the author of the blog included a crochet chart if that’s how you prefer to read patterns. Or let’s be honest. Not everyone speaks English. A crochet chart helps to solve that problem.
If you want to start crocheting your own version of this delightful scarf, here’s the link to get you there – Leaf Assortment Scarf.
If you want to add to the leaf assortment collection, there is also a headband with the same motif, and as the date of publication of my post, the matching hat is on it’s way!
Don’t miss out on all the other great crochet and knitting patterns on this site! Scroll down the page and past the comments to see a number of other popular patterns that are available.
Who could use more washcloths? Let’s be honest, who couldn’t.
These wonderful and easy to make crochet dishcloths are just what you need to make if you’re looking for something simple and repetitive to occupy your mind while watching TV or binging the latest series on Netflix. I’m partial to Indian Matchmaking right now myself 🥰
As the title and photos suggest, there are three different versions of this washcloth available on the Hands Yarn Hook website, all on one page which makes it even easier to navigate. This link will take you to the page: Crochet Washcloths – 3 Free Textured Patterns
Everyone likes to have a nice blanket or afghan to cuddle under on those chilly winter days or cool rainy nights. This free crochet afghan pattern is available in six standard sizes, which is great because what one person would like isn’t necessary the same for everyone. And let’s be honest…not everyone has the patience or desire to crochet a blanket the size of a king size bed when a lap blanket will suffice. I am not a bedspread of any size blanket crocheter. Just saying.
All of the pattern sizes were test crocheted so there should be no problem in stitch counts when making it. Though the designer used Caron Big Cakes to make her version, I’m certain that any worsted weight yarn colour combinations will work. The Caron Cakes and any other self striping yarn would work and result in having less ends to sew in. Standard skeins would also be ok, but the again…sewing in ends may get tedious.
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