October 28, 2014

Cozy Crocheted Scarf


I'm ready to embrace the dropping temperatures here in Minnesota and I thought there is just no better way to do it then to make something to jazz up my outerwear.

Since I'm on a big crochet kick right now I figured a simple scarf would be quick and easy.

It turned out pretty good I think.

 I crocheted the whole thing using a simple single crochet starting with a chain of thirteen.  Looks like this up close.

Once I had the scarf to the length I wanted I add a fringe to the ends.
To do this I cut two pieces of yarn at a time and using a simple slipknot tied them onto the scarf at each crochet hole along the edge of the scarf.

I used a really big plastic hook from Walmart to crochet with.

And the yarn I used is this chenille like stuff I picked up at Jo-Ann's . . . 
It's so soft!

I have a feeling this may be my go to scarf this winter.  I've been wearing it every night around the house whenever I get a little chill - - silly I know but it's so soft, I love it.

Have a great day now,


  1. Great job! It's so cute. Wish I had your skill for crocheting! :)

  2. Hi Robin, What a lovely scarf, I have just finished knitting my mum one for Christmas, have a great week!x

  3. It's lovely, Robin...and we're going to need it here!

  4. That looks very cozy and I love the colour!

  5. Hi Robin, Your scarg turned quite nicely. The colour is gorgeous. Best wishes, Darlene

  6. Love it! Wish I could crochet. I did not get the crochet gene from my mom, lol.


  7. perfect color for the drab days of winter

  8. Very nice colour!



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