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Feb 2, 2019

Paint the Town Red (or Pink) Paint Brush Scarves

Since Valentine's Day is just around the corner, I decided to create a couple paint brush scarves with red and pink "paint" on the tips of the brushes.  I've made several Crochet Pencil Scarves and a Pink Crayon Scarf, and a couple of my Etsy customers are art teachers, and they asked if I'd make a paintbrush scarf, so I finally got around to making a couple. I wasn't able to find a paintbrush scarf crochet pattern, so I just winged it for both scarves.

The yarns I used to create this scarf are Vanna's Choice Black, Vanna's Choice Beige, Vanna's Choice Cranberry, and Red Heart With Love Metallic Silver. I crocheted this scarf with a size G/4mm crochet hook.

This paintbrush scarf has a red tip and a sparkly silver ferrule.

For this pink tipped paintbrush scarf, I used Vanna's Choice PinkVanna's Choice BeigeVanna's Glamour Gold, and Vanna's Choice Chocolate.

I finished this scarf today, and it's approximately 70 inches long and 4 inches wide. I love the sparkly gold ferrule.

This scarf is approximately 75 inches long and 4 inches wide, so it's a great length for wrapping around your neck.

This Paintbrush Scarf is available for sale in my Etsy shop, and it would be an awesome gift for an artist or art teacher!


Get ready to paint the town red (or pink) with a Crochet Paintbrush Scarf!






11 comments:

  1. T'onna, you always come up with coolest scarf ideas! As a furniture painter, you know I'm loving this one :) Pinned

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  2. This is such a fun idea for a scarf! Love the colors you used. Pinning.

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  3. SUCH a clever idea and so perfect for all our artistic friends!

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  4. I think the American Heart Assocoation does an annual event and it's called "Paint the Town Red" This is real pretty.

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  5. Your creations are always so unique and creative. I love the idea of a paint brush and the two versions you shared. Pinned and shared

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  6. I really like the texture of the yarn and stitching pattern on these scarves. The tighter weave is so pretty! What a perfect gift for an art teacher!

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  7. This is AWESOME! I would love a pattern to make my own. I would totally rock this scarf!

    Alexandra
    EyeLoveKnots.com

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  8. Another clever idea!! You are so talented!

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  9. Too cute! I remember the pencil scarf, and these would make great, funky gifts! :) Lisa

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  10. Love these scarfs my kids are both artists makes me think of them. Happy Crafting, Kippi #kippiathome

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