Recently I wrote about Red Heart Yarns Super Saver Stripes. You can read my full product review here Super Saver Stripes Product Review. I have designed this lovely scarf to go along with the review. I tried to create something that would show off how well this yarn's colors flow into each other. Beautiful results without all the work. Who likes to weave all those ends is when you're done with a project? I know it isn't one of my favorite chores. I added a bit of fringe to the ends, after all doesn't fringe make things fun?
The colorway I used is called Preppy Stripes, hence the name Preppy Stripes Scarf. I am not very good at naming projects but really don't want to use a number system to keep track of my designs.
The stitch pattern I used is super easy and works up quickly. I hope you enjoy this free pattern and have fun making your own Preppy Stripes Scarf. You can find the pattern here. Preppy Stripes Scarf.
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Last weekend I had to travel out of state for the funeral of my beloved Uncle Bobby. We left Maine at 6 am & didn't get home until 10 pm that evening. It was a long and difficult day. Before we left I grabbed what I thought was a full skein of Red Heart Unforgettable in the Pearly colorway and my I crochet hook. I worked on my way to Massachusetts and on the way home until I ran out of yarn. This is what I came up with!! The Pearly Shells Scarf.
Happy Mother's Day to all. Please enjoy this free pattern as my gift to you.
Here is my newest Unforgettable pattern. Spring Meadow Cowl, done in Red Heart Unforgettable Meadow Colorway. This cowl came about as a mistake on my part. Originally intended to be a wrap, I realized to late that I hadn't chained enough stitches. Not wanting to frog my progress I kept going.
This pattern uses one skein making it very affordable to make. All you need to make this lovely cowl is one skein of Unforgettable, a J hook and two buttons or a shawl stick, a little bit of time and a cup of coffee, tea. or a beverage of your choice!!
Sample shown is with buttons. You can find this free pattern at the link above, or you can purchase an ad free pdf in Sherry's Corner Store.
My daughter in law, Rachel, is due next month with our newest grandchild. She is having a little girl, they are naming her Evalynn. Yesterday I started a blanket for her. I am using Red Heart Baby Hugs Light to make this project. You can find this yummy yarn through the blue link above.
I am using the C2C (corner to corner) stitch pattern. Do you know how to do this? I find it very easy to do and very relaxing. Here is a "sneak peek" of what I have done so far. I will be posting the pattern and a photo tutorial when I am finished. I can't wait to meet our newest little bundle of love!!