How To Crochet Scarves Free Video Tutorial

How To Crochet Scarves Free Video Tutorial

How To Crochet Scarves Free Video Tutorial


Hello crochet lovers! Today we learn how to crochet a scarf. As I said in my last article I decided to get ready for fall and winter. So I started …

Be Mine Shawl


Sometimes you just need a little shawl to warm your heart -and the Be Mine shawl is the perfect match. Knit out of Papyrus, this velvety soft project is a delightful Valentine’s treat. It features stripes with a lace heart motif that are reminiscent of conversation heart candies. Be Mine Shawl Designed by Rachel Brockman SIZES One Size FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Wingspan: 62″ Depth at center: 31″ MATERIALS Fibra Natura Papyrus (78% cotton, 22% silk; 50g/131 yds) • 229-01 Cloud – 3 balls (MC) • 229-07 Camellia – 1 ball (CC1) • 229-06 Shell Pink – 1 ball (CC2) • 229-08 Dusty Rose – 1 ball (CC3) Needles: US Size 7 (4.5 mm) 40″ circular or size needed to obtain gauge Notions: Tapestry needle, stitch marker GAUGE 16 sts x 28 rows = 4″ in Garter St after blocking Save time, check your gauge. PATTERN NOTES This shawl is knit from the top-down using a garter tab cast on. For an elastic bind off, we recommend the suspended bind-off. There are many tutorials available online. Otherwise, be sure to bind off loosely. The shawl is finished with a crochet picot edging. This pattern is charted and written. If desired, use stitch markers to keep track of pattern repeats. You can find a blog post featuring a tutorial for the Suspended Bind off here. We also have a tutorial on a Crochet Picot Edging here, but please note that instead of entirely skipping a stitch between picots as directed in the tutorial, you will instead work a slip stitch in the stitch between picots.

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