So, since I'm in a scarf mood today, I thought I'd post some links to some scarf patterns that I've been hankering to work up.
First of all, Marie Ann over at
Every Day Crochet has posted
a stitch combination that is simple
as can be, but yields results that
look distinguished and unique.
My favorite kind of crocheting!
You can find the introduction
here, and then the actual
directions right here.
Mermaid Scarf--so fun!
This Mirror Lake Scarf looks like
it might be a little complicated, but
probably well worth the effort.
I have a whole shoebox full of beads
leftover from past hobbies. This bead
and ripple skinny scarf looks like a
perfect way to use up some of those
beads, AND bring a little extra happiness
to some of my eighteen nieces!
(Not to mention my own little girl.)
Then there's the Noro Catherine Wheel
Scarf. Unique. Delightful. Am I up to
the challenge of this one? Here's
And finally, we have this bloom scarf.
Perhaps not quite right for November,
but come February, I'll be pining for
Spring, and this will be just the thing.
(Please note that to see this pattern,
you have to register for the Lion Brand
And there you have it, some of my favorites.
What about you?
Do you have a scarf pattern that you particularly like or want to try?