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Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Scarves, Scarves and More Scarves!

I dropped in to my Mommy in Laws house and guess what I found!



Scarves, scarves and more scarves!!!

So much fun and they are just gorgeous!!

And of course she taught me how to make my own:))
and some for my Granddaughters!








Boa Scarves



This is the coolest yarn ever!

 Not sure if it's really called yarn because its similar to netting.







See!   
 Just too Cool!










Start by typing a knot in one end of the yarn








Use a size D crochet hook and
 on one side of the strip, grab 8 stitches.  I choose the side indicted by the arrow to allow the design on the left side to hang free.  





Like this!










Grab the ninth stitch...








And pull it through all eight stitches. 








As each stitch is pulled through, it gathers the yarn and creates this ruffle effect.










Continue until the desired length is acquired.  I used the entire skein of yarn for my scarf.






Then you just have to buy more yarn!  
 These are so much fun to make and fun to wear!






And these are ready to go into the mail for....









These little cuties!






Then I made my Granddaughters just too happy with these scarves!

43 comments:

  1. Very lovely post :) thanks for sharing dear :)

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  2. How much fun! Your granddaughters are adorable, and I can tell they love the scarves. Great colors and tutorial. Thanks.

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  3. These scarves are sooo popular! and the girls are so sweet!

    http://www.homeofohm.com/2013/04/wordlesswednesday-pretty-orchid-w-linky.html

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  4. Very pretty! Thanks for sharing the how to. :)

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  5. They are pretty! Love the colorful ones for the little cuties :)

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  6. These are so cool, and your granddaughters are darling, love the colors! My daughter bought one and told me they had yarn to create them, now you have inspired me, I have to go to Micheal's to shop,I am into scarves this year. Great gifts too!! :)

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  7. What lovely scarves - my daughter would LOVE one of these. And your granddaughters are very cute!

    Stopping by from the WW hop. Have a great day!

    Serena
    Be Unexpected

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  8. Good Afternoon Evelyn, What pretty scarves. I have never thought of crocheting with this wool. The scarves I have made for my daughters I knitted, but looking at the end product they look the same.
    My daughters are much older and they loved them.
    Before I go, I have to say, your grand daughters are beautiful.
    Best Wishes
    Daphne

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  9. I love these scarves. If only I had the patience! Thank you for sharing! I’d love to have you visit me at Get Your Crap Together! We have a Pattern Party from the 1st of the month to the 10th and would love you to check it out. See you soon!

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  10. Pretty! I wish I had the skill to make these. By the way, your grandkids are adorable!!

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  11. How cool! I love these scarves and I think even I can do this one :) lol. I am so lame at these kinds of things! Cutest little granddaughters ♥

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  12. They are easy and fun to make!! I love the colors that you chose.
    I am really bummed that it is already so warm here. I'll have to out them away until fall.

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  13. I've never seen that yarn before, but then I don't buy much so I have no need to go to that area. I will be going and looking for this, what an incredible scarf! I would love to try this, so I'm pinning and will be on the look-out for the yarn.
    Debbie :)

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  14. The scarves are so beautiful and your granddaughters are sooo adorable! :)

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  15. Lovely scarves. You're a very talented woman!

    I’d be thrilled if we followed each other!
    The Nautical Owl
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  16. What CUTE scarves! Once you pull the ninth link through, does it become the first link in the next eight that you count? I hope my question makes sense! I gotta have one of those!! -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

    Thank you for hopping on board The Great Blog Train!

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  17. Nice scarves and so adorable pretty girls!
    Have a wonderful day!
    Hugs from Portugal,

    Ana Love Craft
    www.lovecraft2012.blogspot.com

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  18. Such a great idea and they look so nice and easy to do...also I love scarves :)

    New follower from the blog hop

    http://o-fata-simpla.blogspot.ro/

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  19. My mom made me one of these scarves! I love it, she enjoys making them, perhaps I will try one; one day.

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  20. These are soo pretty.. I love the delicate stitches to make them ruffly!
    xoxo
    Amie @ Pinkapotamus

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  21. These are so cute. I always admire people who know how to knit. :)
    I hope you will consider linking this up to the Pinworthy Projects Party over at my blog, Just Us Four.

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  22. So cute! Love the rainbow ones! Your granddaughters are ADORABLE!!!!!!!!!!!

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  23. These are great scarves, and the kids look so cute in them, great stuff

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  24. Hey! I'm a new follower from the Friday hop! Your granddaughters seem to enjoy them!

    I'd love it if you can follow me back! :)

    xoxo,
    ochibernadas.blogspot.com

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  25. Oh my gosh, I keep thinking about these cute scarves, I think I better try them. Hop in over
    to My Weekend Party, stop by if you have time ≧✯◡✯≦
    :▶ Weekend Collective Party w/Linky ◄:
    Karren

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  26. Those are just fabulous! What little girl wouldn't want them and in every color!

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  27. Well you certainly have the cutest models ever! I made one in knit but want to try the crochet so I'm happy to have your tutorial. Thanks for making it easy.

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  28. Who doesn't love scarves? It seems the little princesses agree too :)

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  29. Hi, I'm a new follower and new blogger! I found you on Inspire Me Monday and I love this post! Thanks for sharing... Please follow me on my blog at http://mybutterflyhaus.blogspot.com

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  30. That yarn is really cool. I'm trying to decide what I could make out of it.

    Heidi’s Wanderings

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  31. Hi there! I am co-hosting this week on Fit Frugal Family Link Party. Thanks for linking up!

    I also host a TGIF Link Party over at my place -- A Peek Into Paradise... http://apeekintomyparadise.blogspot.com/ Would love for you to link up, Opens on Fridays and stays open until Wednesday at midnight.

    Thanks again for visiting Fit Frugal Family Link party!

    Have a terrific week!

    Hugs, Cathy

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  32. For once, something I might be able to make ! Your granddaughters are adorable, Evelyn :-)

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  33. Great tutorial and cute babies! I love the colors you chose!

    Thank you for linking up to the In and Out of the Kitchen party! I look forward to seeing what you bring next week!

    Cynthia at http://FeedingBig.com

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  34. I've always wondered how to make these!! :)

    Thanks again for joining the Link Up this week!

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  35. These are just beautiful. I wish I could make something like this but...
    Thanks for sharing on Thursdays Treasues.

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  36. How Beautiful! I need to check out that yarn too! Thanks so much for sharing @ The Show Off Blog Party :)

    Jessica
    The Wondering Brain

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  37. Those are beautiful! Thank you for linking up at SHOW-licious Craft Showcase!

    http://sew-licious.blogspot.com/

    Marti

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  38. Oh my gosh! I'm so glad you shared this! I've been trying to learn to crochet and I have wanted to do this for some time. I was shamefully jealous after watching a teen girl in church knit about five from scratch during the service(song service). I love that yarn I can see all kind of possibilities. I'm over from the SHOW-licious Craft Showcase.

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  39. Oh so pretty and the scarves are pretty too ;)

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  40. These are so cute! We love them! Thank you for sharing them on our Brag About It Tuesday party. Please stop by and share more ideas with us. ~~ Thanks, Sharon & Denise

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  41. Love the colors and the models are adorable! My sister in laws brought several skeins of this yarn on a cruise and outfitted the all the women in the family by crocheting on the days at sea. Looks fun! Thanks so much for sharing on Busy Monday!

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Thank you so much for your sweet comments:)))