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Crocheting Scarfs for My Grandchildren

Red Scarf - fringesGray Scarf - with fringesCamouflage - close up view

I have been bitten by the crocheting bug, and have been crocheting scarfs and hats for my grandchildren.

It all started when we could not find an appropriate hat for my grandson’s Halloween costume (he was a Minion), so I crocheteded one for him, and the rest is history…

Now I will share pictures and type of yarn used to crochet some of these scarfs, which made nice Saint Nicholas gifts.

Red Scarf   Red Scarf - fringes

 

Red Scarf - brand and type of yarn

This yarn is sooooo soft and fluffy, it made a very nice scarf for my granddaughter.  As you can see in the top picture, I also made nicely tied fringes for that scarf, to make it a little more special.  She loves it.

I also am sharing the brand and type of the yarn used, as well as the hook size H-8 (5 mm) hook, and a pattern created by rows of single and double crochets.

Gray Scarf - with fringes  crochet camouflage hat

 

Gray Scarf - brand and type of yarn

I crocheted this gray scarf for my grandson,  using the above type of yarn, which is also very soft and very suitable for children scarfs, hats, gloves, or sweaters.  I also crocheted a camouflage hat with a gray trim, to go with the scarf.

Camouflage scarf

Camouflage - close up view

 

Camouflage scarf - brand and type of yarn

Here is another scarf I crocheted, out of the yarn type displayed above, but this one is not as soft and cuddly as the previous ones, hence more suitable for hats or sweaters.

Now that I have a collection of yarn and crocheting hooks, I have been “inducted” into an actual, full-fledged Grandmotherhood…It’s quite an honor, don’t you agree?

If you like to crochet or knit, please share your experience with all of us.

Thank you.

 

 

 

 

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