My Sister’s Crochet Scarf

I guess I didn’t bring anything new with me to Vegas to show off for my usual Wednesday “what I’ve made” post. However, while my sister was staying with me I helped her make a crochet scarf. I showed and then taught her my favorite textured stitch pattern (which is the fptc, bptc repeated again and again across a row).

The Crochet Scarf

Here’s what she made:

It’s a nice long textured warm scarf!

The Yarn Used

The bulk of the scarf is made using Red Heart Shimmer. What can I say – I gave my sister some of my less fancy yarn. I actually really like this yarn, though. She used the black shimmer which has a great glitter to it. She decided to do one row of single crochet using my blue sparkly Lanalux yarn (another yarn I like), which was a nice choice because it added just the right touch of color to the scarf!

Do you ever using post stitches in your crochet work?

 

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Kathryn

San Francisco based and crochet-obsessed writer, dreamer and creative spirit!

2 Comments:

  1. Pingback: My Crochet: Specific Stitch Contest Scarf — Crochet Concupiscence

  2. Love front post and back post stitches. They are the basis of Cables in crochet. Over the holidays I made Playin’Hooky’s Ridge Beanie and a couple of years back I did CrochetDad’s Cable hat. Both super nice hats to work up.

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