Thursday, November 24, 2011

A Scarf for Ozzie










This scarf was worked in long lines of single crochet with 4 different yarns. I was amazed by what an interesting result could ensue by simply using a variety of colors and thicknesses. There was: 
Hot Pink DK Weight
Soft Pink Fuzzy Alpaca
Palest Pink Cashmere
Multi-Color Looped 'n' Chunked

The cashmere was the only row that did not get pure single crochet, for I v-stitched down into the line or two below every 6-9 stitches for some extra contrast. My sweet young niece is going to enjoy the snuggly warmth of these princess pinks. Can't wait to see her reaction!

The closer Christmas gets, the faster my crochet hook has been flying. Looking forward to sharing more presents with you soon. :-)
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Wishing you all a fabulous Thanksgiving filled with happy laughter, joyful memories, and yummy food!

7 comments:

  1. I love the scarf - it's very pretty with all the different yarns.

    Happy Thanksgiving. :)

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  2. It's beautiful! Wonderful job! Happy Thanksgiving!

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  3. Absolutely lovely scarf! I think I am in denial that the Christmas holiday is coming up so quick. Still so many gifts to make! Better get started!

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  4. Oh I love this scarf! All the texture is just great. I want some of that loopy chunky yarn. Well done!

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  5. Hello - pretty pink scarf! Thanks so much for stopping by and leaving a comment! I just love that vintage birdy, too. Have a great day! :)

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  6. Wow, gorgeous scarf!! Your niece will love it I'm sure... it is sooo scrummy looking with the assorted yarn shades and textures, what an inspired idea!! :)
    Thank you so much for your lovely comments on post recntly, you're too kind!! It looks like you have been busy with your hook too, isn't it a wonderful feeling?
    Hope you are well and that you had a lovely time at your fall harvest/Halloween/bonfire bash!! It looked like great fun :)

    Happy hooking!!
    Louise xx

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  7. Beautiful! Lovely effect with the different yarns.

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