Have I said that I’m sick of my couch? I have? At least 5 million times? Okay, sorry, but I really am sick of it. In fact, I will even go so far as to say that once I am all healed up and back on my feet, I will never touch that couch again! The next time I have to take cold medicine or something else that gives me nightmares, I will probably dream that I am being swallowed alive by that couch.
My poor family, no one is safe now from all of my crochet projects! I’m so bored, you see, so I just sit around thinking of things that I can make.
Today I made this scarf for Hannah.
My mom got me the yarn a few weeks ago at Goodwill. I wasn’t sure what to do with it, but I decided today that I would make my little Nanner a scarf since she doesn’t have one. She loved it and I think it turned out well.
You can find that pattern here. Because I was making it for a child, I only chained 120 instead of 274 in the beginning. And if you ever plan on making one for a child, I would say that 120 was almost not enough. If your child is 5 or younger, then it would be fine, but older than that, you’d probably want to increase to about 150 or so. I also used a size J needle and the yarn I used was probably a little bit lighter weight than what the pattern called for. But still, it turned out well, just not as bulky as the one pictured in the pattern.