Friday, March 28

Two more granny stitch scarves to crochet


Channeling Granny is the second in a series of scarves I designed using spiral construction. Worked in a yarn with a long color run (or scrap yarn tied together using magic knot), this quick to crochet scarf will be ready to wear in a flash. Finish the scarf with a fun wave edging. I used sport/DK weight yarn and a size H (5 mm) hook for this design though you could make it with any weight of yarn by changing the hook size to suit the yarn. The pictured scarf was made with a ball of Silk Garden Sock yarn. Finished size 54.5 long x 5” wide. Only two ends to weave in! This 4 page pattern has written instructions and a crochet chart. Pattern price is $3.00.


Spiral Granny Scarf is the one that started it all. It will use up your scrap worsted weight yarn to make a scarf. Tie your pieces together into a magic ball using magic knot (no pesky ends to weave in). You’ll need 300 yards and a size I crochet hook for this project. (Or any weight of yarn by changing the hook size.) Finished size: 56” x 7.5”. Add fringe or not.

Pattern also includes instructions for making a panel afghan with multiple scarves.

The 3 page pattern has both written instructions and a crochet chart. Pattern price is $2.00.

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