I’ve worn this sparkly bobble scarf before but today it’s not tied up at all, just worn loose around the neck.

The Outfit

Sparkly Bobble Scarf, Blue Dress, Black Opaque Tights, Black Heels

Crochet Detail

The Shoes

This post is part of 365 Ways to Wear Crochet

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5 Comments

    • CrochetBlogger Reply

      @undergroundcrafter I love making and wearing these bobble scarves. It’s just four rows of alternating bobbles (two spaces in between them, alternated so that the bobbles of one row line up with the space of the rows above and below).

  1. carolmckayau Reply

    You look fabulous in those colours, nice bobbles with just the right amount of sheen really sets the outfit off. Is that two types of yarn worked together?

    • CrochetBlogger Reply

      @carolmckayau Thanks! I tend to like dark blues, blacks and grey with a little bit of purple thrown in. However, I try to play around with different colors a lot to evoke and share different moods with my clothing. The scarf is actually just a single type of yarn: Lang’s Lanalux. It’s tough to figure out how to use it but it’s a yarn that I really love for that pop of glittery.

    • CrochetBlogger Reply

      @carolmckayau Thanks! I tend to like dark blues, blacks and grey with a little bit of purple thrown in. However, I try to play around with different colors a lot to evoke and share different moods with my clothing. The scarf is actually just a single type of yarn: Lang’s Lanalux. It’s tough to figure out how to use it but it’s a yarn that I really love for that pop of glittery.

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