Mar 15, 2017

Crochet Carrot Scarves & Celebrating Spring Link Party

The first day of Spring is just around the corner, and my crafty blog friends and I decided to host a link party that celebrates all things Spring, which includes crafts, gardening, activities, Easter, recipes, April Fool's Day, and more! We're also sharing some Spring projects of our own. I have Easter on my mind, and since it's still chilly here in the Pacific Northwest, I created a couple Crochet Carrot Scarves.

To make these scarves, I used a pattern from one of my favorite crochet books, Twinkie Chan's Crochet Goodies for Fashion Foodies. The crochet carrot scarf pattern is really quick and easy to follow. I started crocheting the first scarf with my Pepperoni Pizza Crochet Hook, but then I decided that I needed a carrot crochet hook. So I made one!

I made this carrot crochet hook with Sculpey polymer clay in the colors Granny Smith and Just Orange and a Boye Crochet Hook. Of course, I had to make an itty bitty carrot stitch marker.

I made the scarves with different lengths. The scarf on the left is about 52 inches long, and the scarf on the right is about 70 inches long. The shorter scarf fits my 5 year old perfectly, so I think they'd be perfect as Mommy & Me scarves!

So you've seen what I've been up to lately. Now I want to see your spring related crafts! Check out the Celebrating Spring Link Party and share your amazing Spring related posts! Don't forget to stop by the other hosts' blogs to see the Spring posts they're sharing.








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  • 12 comments:

    1. I love this scarf! So cute! -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

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    2. Your carrot scarves look terrific! You always impress me with your crochet projects. Pinning and sharing.

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    3. T'onna, you make the cutest crochet items! This is amazing! What talent!

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    4. Love this! So bright and colorful and cute, cute, cute!!

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    5. T'onna this is such a cute scarf. The perfect scarf for the Easter bunny to wear too.

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      1. Thanks Mary! That's a great idea! If my kiddos take pictures with the Easter bunny, I should ask the bunny to wear a carrot scarf! lol

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    6. T'onna, your carrot scarf is so adorable! I could see these on little girls Easter Sunday (in our neck of the woods anyhow because we often still have snow on the ground). Pinning to share

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      1. Thanks Marie! I think we're done with snow for now... But it's still a little chilly.

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