Warm & Toasty Crochet Toast Scarf

Last winter, a friend and I went to a craft fair in Seattle. While we were there my friend fell in love with some crochet food accessories. She purchased a pair of ice cream shower mitts that she's been wearing as regular mittens. And I bought crochet corn dog pen cozy and a hot dog eye mask. I don't really care for eating hot dogs (unless it's a chili dog) or corn dogs, but they were so cute in crochet form. Anyhoo, my friend really admired a few of the crochet food scarves, but she didn't purchase any at the craft fair. She later ordered a crochet bacon and eggs scarf online, and her daughter bought her pancakes scarf as a present. Since I knew she also really liked the toast scarf, I decided to make her one for his Christmas present. I enjoyed making this scarf, so I recently made one to sell at an upcoming craft fair that I'm preparing for.
These are the yarns I used to create this toasty scarf. I loved that there is actually a yarn color called Toast!

Here's the first piece of toast that I finished.

Do you like your toast with the crust on or crust off???

stitching them all together with my yarn needle

All sewn together...

This scarf was fun and pretty easy to make. While looking at all the different food scarves, I showed my daughter a picture of a popcorn scarf, and now my daughter really wants one. She keeps asking me, "Mommy, are you going to make me the popcorn scarf?" So that's what my next project with be.

Here's the one I made for the craft fair. 

Since I made this one to sell, it has a wooden Sew Crafty Crochet tag.

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  • 8 comments:

    1. That is really great, funny and looks wonderful too! thanks for sharing on craft schooling Sunday!

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    2. Well that's about the most adorable thing I have ever seen! You could keep the separate too and use them for coasters or hot plates, great project!

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    3. Lol Monroe, that's brilliant ;-) I bet your friend will love it, really cool. Thank you so much for sharing with us at the Sweet Inspiration party.

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    4. This is just adorable. What an original idea to make scarves with the food theme. Hah! No wonder your daughter wants the popcorn. I want to see the popcorn too.

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      1. Thanks, Mary! I love the fun food scarves!

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