Simple Homemade Gifts: Simple Christmas Scarves

by Merissa on November 22, 2013

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Simple Homemade Gifts: Simple Christmas Scarves

No one will say no to keeping warm in the winter, especially if you make one of these beautifully crocheted Simple Christmas scarves! You can use just about any pattern to create the scarf but I love her idea for a fluffy end! I never know how to end my crocheted scarves and I think they always end up just looking funny and unfinished.

If you don't have a stockpile of yarn, make sure to watch at your local thrift store. I've gotten great deals on expensive yarn at mine and been able to make some really cute things. Keep in mind that you may need several skeins to make a scarf so make sure you get enough!

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1 Sylvia Marie November 22, 2013 at 3:05 pm

I love the Simple life, those things and moments when we are so blessed. Your scarves are lovely, nice job making them too!!!!!!


2 " Kristie Waldron November 22, 2013 at 3:37 pm

They are beautiful.


3 shelly November 23, 2013 at 5:31 pm

Your scarves are beautiful! I bought some yarn but unsure what size crochet hook to use. Thanks for the idea and the help!


4 Merissa November 23, 2013 at 8:56 pm

Shelly, I like to use a G hook or larger for scarves depending on the yarn thickness I use.


5 Lorraine September 20, 2014 at 9:14 am

I think I will make this scarf out of chenile wool. I’d like to make a hat to. Pink would be such a nice color with my black pea coat.

I love your site. Its down to earth. I too, have also read all the little house books. In fact, I love little house on the prairie that I bought the dvd boxed sets.


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