Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Incomplete Infinity Scarf/Red Heart Medley Yarn

Hello Everyone!


 
Disclaimer:
 My apologies for the missing pictures. My pictures were accidentally deleted off my blog. Please Refer to my Instagram account miss_pilar to view the pictures (or some of the pictures) that were deleted.  
 
 

Disclaimer : The only yarn mentioned in this post that was sent to me is the Red Heart Medley Yarn. Everything else was purchased and made by me.

Today's post is going to be somewhat short. I usually don't show my unfinished projects a lot especially scarves, but I'm making an exception today. This is one of the yarns I was sent from Red Heart Yarn (see first impressions post). I wanted to show what I was working on because I'm unsure of when I'll finish lol. I said that because I'm having a hard time finding this yarn! I've looked on the www.redheart.com other websites, and in stores and it's out of stock! I can understand because this yarn is so beautiful and so soft. I don't have any cons except I can't find it and this yarn is constantly out of stock and I wish the yarn had more than 4oz to a skein. Well I won't stop my search until I find it :) You've already probably figured out that this is a definite yes that I would purchase this yarn!  I just have to find it!


Here is part of my infinity scarf I'm working on. I'll show the rest in a later post and on instagram as well! 


 


Other Products Used
- Boye Hook Size N


Thanks for reading! 

20 comments:

Jackie Harrison said...

Very impressive I'm lucky if I could manage to get a thread through a needle to sew lol. Great job doll.

Ashley said...

I love the color!!! Infinity scarves are my favorite, I can't wait to see what it looks like whe it's finished!

Lauren Carter said...

Nice! I love a cozy infinity scarf.

Beth said...

Your infinity scarf looks great so far! I can't wait to see the finished product!

Amelie said...

This looks like a great project! I really like the colors of that yarn.

Hillary said...

That's going to be great for the fall time and I love the color choices! Also I nominated you for The Liebster Award Challenge. Go to my blog for more info!(:
http://beauutyandcurls.blogspot.com/2014/11/the-liebster-award-challenge.html?m=1

Shireen L. Platt said...

That's a great job and it looks like it's coming along beautifully. Seriously wish I'm half as talented as you but I'm only good of sewing back loose buttons. LOL!

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Pilar said...

Thank you! Lol I actually like sewing too! I guess I don't find sewing to hard since I learned to sew when I was 10 years old.

Pilar said...

Thank you! I love infinity scarves too! Hopefully I can find the yarn soon so I can finish!

Pilar said...

Thank you!

Pilar said...

Thank you!

Pilar said...

Thank you!

Pilar said...

Thank you, and thanks for nominating me for The Liebster Award!

Pilar said...

Thank you! Crocheting just takes practice and patience until you can get the hang of it. Sewing back button is a good skill to have!

Kim Alston said...

I hope you find it. How frustrating! What you've done so far is beautiful Pilar.
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Marie said...

Your scarf is coming along nicely! I can't wait to see the finished product!

Pilar said...

Thank you! I hope I can find the yarn soon so I can finish my scarf!

Pilar said...

Thank you!

Kristen Alpert said...

Love the scarf. Looks warm. Can't wait to see what you make next.

Pilar said...

Thank you!

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