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Apr 1, 2018

Painted Canyon Sawyer Scarf

When I first learned how to crochet, all I made were blankets... Granny square blankets. But over the years I've become more adventurous with crochet, and I like to keep it fun and funky! A few months ago, I stumbled upon the Sawyer Scarf by @SierraCrochetCrafts, and I knew I just had to try the pattern soon! I fell in love with the scarf, and I knew it would look great with a variegated yarn! And I knew my favorite yarn (Painted Canyon by I Love This Yarn) would be perfect for this pattern.

I started working on the scarf in December, but I took a break from it to work on Christmas projects. And then it took a while for me to get back to work on it until I found the Marching Forward WIP Along. I thought of a few projects that I needed to finish. I didn't finish all four projects in the picture above, but I didn't finish two and worked on the third one a little.

When I started working on the scarf again, I wasn't even half way through the project...

I believe row 83 was the halfway mark. I worked on the scarf while waiting for my children to finish their appointments. I love to crochet on the go!

I love the puff stitch rows in this pattern. And with this yarn, they really stand out!

This triangle scarf is large, warm, and cozy. I look forward to wearing it in the winter.

 I love the tassels on the ends. This was my first time making tassels, and I used a Tassel Maker.


I enjoyed making this scarf. The Sawyer Scarf pattern by @SierraCrochetCrafts is fun and easy to follow. I plan on making another Sawyer Scarf soon with another one of my favorite I Love This Yarn colors, Danburry Road.




29 comments:

  1. Very nice. I love the combination of colors!

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    1. Thanks, Liz! This yarn is one of my faves because the color combo is gorgeous!

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  2. What an amazing and unique scarf. Do you sell them? Love the colors and shape too!

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    1. Thanks! I made this scarf for myself, but I do plan on making a couple more for my Etsy shop.

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  3. That looks so beautiful! Pinned.

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  4. Absolutely GORGEOUS! Love the texture, especially with your color combos! Reminds me of New Mexico...
    Super job!
    :-D

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  5. Wow I love this scarf you made as it's so beautiful. I would love to make one too. I love the colors of that yarn.
    Thanks for sharing this at our Cooking and Crafting with J & J.

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  6. Beautiful colors and I love the tassels at the points.

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  7. I've been admiring this on Instagram as it's grown, this yarn is a really lovely colour combo isn't it? And those tassels are a perfect finishing touch.

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    1. Thanks! Yes, this yarn is one of my favorites. The colors are so perfectly pretty together.

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  8. What a beautiful scarf! I've been looking for a new project to start and now I've found it. Thanks for sharing at the This Is How We Roll Link Party.

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    1. Thanks, Susan! Yes, definitely give it a try. It's a fun pattern.

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  9. Beautiful funky scarf, I love the wool and the way its shaped. Beautiful.

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  10. I absolutely adore this design! It's gorgeous. I want one.

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    1. Thanks, Sherry! I plan to make a couple for my Etsy shop. 😉

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  11. Love the yarn & the stitch! You're right, the yarn colors really make that puff stitch stand out. Pinned!

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    1. Thanks for pinning! I have another variegated yarn that I plan to try with this pattern soon. I think it'll look great, too. 😁

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  12. This is beautiful, T'onna! Just like all of your crochet items! Next time, model one for us!

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  13. You are so right. That is one funky scarf. Love the wool you have used.

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    1. Thank you! The yarn is I Love This Yarn in Painted Canyon.

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  14. The colors in this yarn are incredible! Beautiful scarf. Pinning for later! I would love to make this scarf, and get me some of that yarn.
    Alexandra
    EyeLoveKnots.blogspot.com

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    1. Thanks! This yarn is my favorite! It's I Love This Yarn in Painted Canyon.

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  15. Fell in love with Painted Canyon. I'm waiting on it to be delivered. I know at once I would use it for and old pattern called "Scraps of Beauty". One of my favorite patterns ever!

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