Jan 8, 2014

Crochet Infinity Scarves

It is the start of a New Year, and a New Month.
That means it is time for the Monthly
Inspiration Challenge, hosted my
This month's theme was
Warm and Fuzzy.
I decided to jump out of my comfort zone a little
and try my hand at crochet.
I have done it before.
But I am no expert.
I can chain.
I can single crochet
I can double crochet.
Heck, I can even triple crochet/
What I CAN NOT do is follow a pattern.
Especially one that is all kinds of complicated.
I need simple.
One that is the same thing over and over again.
No, do this the first row, then this the second row.
And the repeat from * to *.
UGGH...I ain't got no time for that.
 So,  I went to YouTube and found  This video.
And using this video I made this scarf.


Cute isn't it?
I used  Nebrah Norville Yarn in Stormy that I got at JoAnne's
 and a size J crochet hook.


BUT.....

I had so much fun making this one, that I made another one.


For this one I used Caron Simply Soft Paints in Peacock Feathers and
a size H hook.



I think it is so cool that you can use the same pattern, but different yarn
and a different size hook to get totally different looks.


So there you go...my Warm and Fuzzy Project for this month.

Make sure to come back next month, the theme is "Love"!

Head over to Simply Sweets by Honeybee to see all the creations!

You have until the end of the month to create your own
Warm and Fuzzy project and link up too!



Until next time


Stay Warm!


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5 comments:

  1. I love it Kim!! I have not done crochet for years. I'm like you though, I need simply, easy to follow steps. Great job on your theme :)

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  2. Oooh Aaah!! I love love love that chunky scarf! I tried to crochet but I got so frustrated that I had to give up. Maybe I should try again. My friend knits and has come up with the most amazing projects, I'm so envious of both of you.

    Nice job Kim. I can't wait to see what you come up for February Love!

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  3. These look wonderful! You did a great job! =)
    Pinned to my Gift board.

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  4. These are so pretty! With that openwork stitch things crochet quickly. I design a lot of patterns with the openwork stitch because it is one of my favorite crochet looks.

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  5. Thanks for linking up Kim. I totally tried this & I have 3 rows left to finish my first scarf. Thanks for reminding me how much I love to crochet :)

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