Ok, we’ve covered three knitting patterns that would be great for The Wrap Up, Lancaster! Project, but I know A LOT of you out there crochet. If you are stuck in a crochet rut this summer, and need some “scarf-spiration,” here are three great patterns for you.
Three Great Crochet Scarf Patterns
Slip Slope Scarf Pattern: Vashti Braha created this clever crochet scarf using short rows. It’s adorable, and would be great for any crocheter looking to learn a new technique. It’s free on Ravelry!
Twisted Crochet Neckwarmer: This crocheted infinity scarf was made by accident by its creator, Anneka Weise over at Crochet in Paternoster. She includes detailed instructions and diagrams in her blog post about her creation. Hop on over there, again, it’s free!
Scarf with Pockets: Why not crochet a scarf that can keep both your neck AND hands warm? I like this clever scarf over on Ravelry by Justine Vo. Again, this would be a great pattern for beginner and veteran crocheters alike! It’s a free pattern, too!
So, crocheters, got some ideas? Want to share some here in the comments with us? We’d love to hear from you!
Next up, weavers, I know there are a few of you out there who donate scarves to WUL! I will be sharing a few scarf-spirational patterns for you next!
Oh, and for everyone, we’ve got a Pinterest board with a lot more great ideas. Take a look and we’d love for your to follow it!
Oh, and hey! Don’t forget about The Big WUL Giveaway: Take 2!
The Big WUL Giveaway: Take 2 ends at MIDNIGHT JULY 8, 2016!!!! You only need to comment to enter! There are two other ways to get additional entries, as well.
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