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Child Letterbox Crochet Scarf If you’re looking for a very easy to make accessory to keep your kids or grandkids super warm and cozy this winter then why not try your hands on this Child Letterbox Crochet Scarf. The good thing about this scarf is that it stays put. You just fix one part of the scarf or one end of the scarf into this small little loop or space and it forms this X shape that sits beautifully on the neck. Materials needed: Yarn 5.50mm crochet hook
Crochet Scarf with Hood You’ll need: 2 balls (size L: 3 balls) of Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick & Quick (Weight: 6/super bulky – 106 Yds, 6.0 oz) in Blossom color (#640-103); 2 balls (size L: 3 balls) of the same yarn, but in Eggplant color (#640-107); Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick & 1 ball of Lion Brand Go For Faux (Weight: 6/super bulky – 65 Yds, 3.5 oz) in Chinchilla color (#322-204); Crochet hook 10 mm; Yarn needle; Stitch markers. Size: XS (approx. age 1-2 y/o), S (3-5 y/o), M (6-8 y/o), L (9-12 y/o) S...
Harry Potter Crochet Scarf Materials: 7 Ounces of Main Color 2 Ounces or more of contrasting color Hook Size I Darning Needle and sciccors. Main Pattern When Changing colors cut yarn and leave at least a 6 to 10 inch tail to weave. With Main Color and Crochet Hook I (or size you prefer) Chain 30. Beginning Row: hdc in second chain from hook and in each chain for a total of 29 hdc stitches. turn Row 1 Chain 2 , count chain 2 as first hdc, hdc in each stitch across, for 29 stitches, turn Row 2 - 21 Repeat Row 1...