Thursday, September 19, 2013

Crocheting Project: Ribbed Hat and Horizontal Ribbed Scarf with fringe

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I've been in kind of a funk the last few days, so to try and take my mind of things I did the one thing that I love... crocheting.  Since the start of Fall is coming up this weekend, what better way to bring in a new season with a new scarf and hat set. I really hope the South has a cooler fall and winter this year lol.

I actually started the hat last weekend and worked throughout this week on both projects. I did both projects in a ribbed crochet pattern. I really enjoyed making these items since pink is my favorite color.

Horizontal Ribbed Scarf with fringe

 

 



Ribbed Hat

 


Materials Used

For the scarf :

1. Red Heart Super Saver Yarn 7oz: Petal Pink

2. Red Heart Super Saver Yarn 7oz: Perfect Pink (for fringe)

3. Boye Hook: Size H

 



For the hat:

1. Red Heart Super Saver Yarn 7oz: Perfect Pink

2. Boye Hook: Size G

3. Boye Tapestry Needle

 


I'm thinking my next project will be an Afghan.  I really want to make either a Fall color themed Afghan or a Christmas themed Aghan or maybe even both. I love this upcoming time of year!

Pilar

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12 comments:

  1. That is very pretty indeed! I'm trying to get my sister in law to make me a super chunky brown, black, or grey scarf... That would require a lot of yarn huh? Lol. xx

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    1. Thanks! I'm remember you were saying on your blog you were trying to get your sister in law to make you one, hopefully she will. As for using a lot of yarn, it depends on the length and width of the scarf. I think that the chucky yarns make some of the prettiest warm scarves :) I want to make a scarf using chunky yarn, but it doesn't always get too cold in the winter in the South lol

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  2. I love this. its so pretty and warm! great post :)

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    1. Thanks! It is really warm, especially the hat lol I love the color pink!

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  3. I love this post my mum crochets and she makes some awesome stuff keep it up it's a great skill to have !! :)

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    1. Thanks! I love crocheting! I'm always making something or another lol I've been focusing a lot on scarves and hats lately since Fall is approaching. I agree crocheting is a great skill to have!

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  4. OMG!!! Love the scarf and hat....you should make one in blue and purple....keep up the good work.....

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    1. Thanks!! I made a blue scarf, but I'm unsure if I made one in purple lol. Those two colors fused together are really nice!

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  5. I love seeing your latest crocheting projects!! You so very talented!! I cant wait to see your upcoming Afghan. I love fall colors... sounds so beautiful!! ;D :D

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    1. Thank you so much for the kind words!! I'm pretty excited about making a new Afghan, the last project I worked on like that was a huge different shades of blues, grey, and white blanket this past june.(it's in my crocheting support post) I hope to be working on one of the Afghan's soon!

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  6. Love this! Such lovely pinks! I really am going to have to try my hand at crocheting! It must be great to be able wear clothes youve made! It would makee feel soo proud!

    Great read as always xxx

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    1. Thanks Lorraine! You should give it try! It does make me feel great knowing how far I've come with crocheting, and to be able to add things I've made to my wardrobe :)

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