Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Things to Make: Stash-buster Crochet Scarf Pattern


This pattern has been moved to my new site!  It's still offered for FRE and you can get the instructions by visiting my new site HERE!


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43 comments:

Sandy said...

Oh my... you haven't seen yarn hoarding till you've seen my stash... I need this pattern!!

Kara said...

If you search {LBK Creations} on Facebook, you will see a photo of my stash. I have a pine hope chest that is full to brimming with wool! I will definitely try out this pattern!

Julie said...

I have used up many scraps of leftover yarn into scarves. Thanks for sharing.

Mary @ Crocheting the Day Away said...

That's a great idea! I am the same way with my yarn :)

Emilee said...

Your not alone... Seems all of us are addictied to yarn! Thanks for the pattern I am going to be brave and try it out... I'm only a beggining crocheter so we will see how it goes! lol

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Linda said...

Almost you convince me...maybe I could crochet!
(Last time I tried I ended up with a "leprechaun bandage" instead of a one for a leper...)

Mindy said...

Love it! I'm making a blanket for camping the same way!

Alicia @ littlesprinklesoffun said...

Love the blue cowl!! Thanks for sharing!

Lindy said...

I also can't part with those tiny balls of yarn. They are so cute! This is on my list to try...sooner rather than later!

Rhinestone Beagle said...

I am determined to conquer crochet this winter. This is a great project to try. Thanks for posting at the Rhinestone Beagle!

~Claire~ said...

Oh, indeed, that looks great with any yarn! I'll be bookmarking this for when I finally get around to using my big scraps ball!

Linda Starr said...

I love the multi colored scarfs, so unique.

ArtMuseDog and Carol said...

Your scarves are very creative and I think as artists or artisans we all tend to have some type of 'stash' ~ Great that you made the multi~color scarves to use the left over yarn ~ Great work! ~ namaste, Carol (A Creative Harbor) linked with artists in blogland ~ ^_^

Beth Jackson Klosterboer said...

Beautiful scarfs.

Beth @ Hungry Happenings

Joni Nickrent said...

That's awesome...i love the stashbuster scarves! Clever and creating! Thanks for the show and tell!POP ART MINIS

linda said...

Such beautiful scarves!

Fallingladies said...

so cool! lovely scarves!

Brittany said...

I saw this on TT&J and had to stop by. This is beautiful! And I love that you made it using your scraps! Thank you for sharing your lovely pattern!

hellopalz said...

Cute scarf, love the blue one the most... :-)

Liz @ Here's to Handy Andy said...

What a fun pattern, and it seems simple too! Maybe I'll give it a try -- I can crochet, but not anything advanced! :) Thanks for sharing!

SistaLou said...

I have a "sub" stash that consists of a little of this and a little of that. Thanks to your pattern that particular stash will become scarves for holiday gift giving. Many thanks for sharing your pattern and Happy Holiday to you.

Dawn wright said...

Thank You for sharing this pattern...now i know what to do with my "little this and that" yarn..My nieces and nephews and my children will have a nice & colorful scraf for Christmas. Also, I will donate some of the scarves to those in need...
Thank You again...may you have a blessed holiday..

Mom said...

I have some bulky yarn. What size needle might anyone suggest for this pattern please?

Anonymous said...

An "N" hook works well with bulky yarn.
Suzanne

Anonymous said...

I absolutely love the mini yarn balls!!! haha too cute

Anonymous said...

I dont mean to sound unaware is a word i could call it, but In this pattern what is sp stand for?

Sarah @ Sarahndipities said...

sp = space

Hope that helps! ;)

Anonymous said...

How do you do the V stitch?

Anonymous said...

I'm always looking for ways to use up my 'leftover little balls of fun'. Can't wait to put this pattern to use. THANKS!

Anonymous said...

Fantastic idea! I've put it to good use and made some biker scarves for my daughters in various funky colours. Thank you

Gramma's Corner said...

Really cute idea!! With my larger scraps I made an afghan with stripes of colors separated by white. If I ran out in a stripe I would either use a different shade or something sort of close.

Anonymous said...

Im going to use up what i have with this pattern before my scrap stash gets out of control! Ive set a strict rule to use only scrap, no full skeins! This should make for some interesting creations. :)

Anonymous said...

I don't understand what to do on 2nd row. How many and where do you do the Vst in top of next shell? Do you just do one in the middle of the shell? Your scarves look so pretty I hope I can do the same with my scraps

Anonymous said...

You put the V stitch in the third stitch of your shell. Hope that helps!

Dawn said...

Short comment...on the scraps scarf does the yarn all have to be the same weight and texture. Thanks

sarahdipities said...

No...but it does make easier to join the different colors as you work!

Sherry said...

Thanks so much for a fantastic free pattern!

I just finished one last night and I'm going to make another today!

Sherry

Anonymous said...

What type of yarn and needle size did you use to make the dark green scarf and the red scarf?

Anonymous said...

By type of yarn, I mean worsted, bulky, or
etc...

Ginger said...

I am very new to crocheting and was wondering what type of yarn is "silky wool blend"?

Ginger said...

I would like to know this too.

Ginger said...

I meant for this comment to go under Anonymous's question above.

sarahdipities said...

The yarn in the green scarf is a soft wool blend sock yarn. The red one is a fine mohair blend yarn. Hope that helps! :)

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