Lacy Shells Scarf

This is a scarf I made as a gift and I just love it.  I used a bamboo yarn to make it and it turned out so soft.  The pattern looks so delicate, but it’s actually quite simple.  A little time-consuming maybe, but not difficult at all.

I made a second one with a worsted weight shimmer yarn (standard thickness for yarn) and even with the added chunkiness of the thicker yarn, it still looked very lacy and lady like.  For that particular project I even found a hat using the same shell stitch.  I took a few liberties with the original hat pattern to suit my personal tastes, but it only made a minor difference in the way it looked.  The set looks really great together.  I may end up making one for myself (which is something I rarely do).

If you’d be interested in a scarf, hat or set please contact me at and drop a note here (so I’ll be aware as quickly as possible).  Pricing would depend on which items & what type of yarn would be used for the project.

Thanks for looking!  😀


Granny Square Throws

These are two afghans I made a while back, soon after I caught the crochet bug & figured out what the heck I was doing.  They’re both made using a speed hook (16mm) and two strands of yarn giving it a chunky look.

One is electric blue with blue/lime blend.  I’ve always thought this would be perfect for a college kid.  Not sure why, that’s just the vibe I pick up from it.

The other is hunter green/eggplant and a blend of those two colors & cream.  The edge of this blanket is detailed with a scallop design.  This one has always made me think of having a glass of red in Tuscany.  Again, I’m not sure why.  Just the way it feels to me.

Both blankets are approx 4ft square.  I have them priced at $35 each.  If you’d be interested email me at and drop a note here (to make sure I’m aware as quickly as possible).