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Oct 6, 2018

Sparkly Crochet Halloween Scarf

This scarf may look familiar since I have crocheted a scarf like this before. This time I decided to use sparkly yarn, so this scarf sparkles! To create this fun Halloween scarf, I used the Halloween Sampler Scarf crochet pattern by Snappy Tots. My favorite parts of this scarf are the Bride of Frankenstein and the Witch. I did make a few changes, but for the most part, I followed the pattern.

For this scarf I used the following yarns: Red Heart With Love Metallic Olive, Red Heart With Love Metallic Light Grey, Cascade Yarns Hollywood 15 (Orange), Caron Simply Soft Pumpkin, Caron Simply Soft Party Black Sparkle, Caron Simply Soft Party Spring Sparkle, Caron Simply Soft Party Grape Sparkle, Caron Simply Soft Party Purple Sparkle, Caron Simply Soft Party Snow Sparkle, and Caron Simply Soft Sunshine.

I decided to make the pumpkin first...

 Then I got started on the body of the scarf.

I created some of the scarf's Halloween applique characters as I went along as a break from crocheting the rows and rows of the scarf body.

Black cats are a must for Halloween!

I sewed the kitty onto the scarf.

The middle section of the scarf is crocheted in stripes of Halloween colors.

After finishing the body of the scarf, I added the Halloween characters faces. Here's the witch. For the black part of the characters' eyes, I used black mini pom poms.

Here's the sparkly witch with her eyes, curly purple hair, hat, and bow.

Bride of Frankenstein

Frankenstein

Spiders... EEEEEEK!

Skull

Black Cat... Meow!

Jack-o'-lantern

Bat...

After taking pics of the scarf, I realized the bat didn't have a mouth, so I quickly added one.

The part of the scarf that wraps around the neck features colorful stripes.

This sparkly and fun Halloween scarf is approximately 71½ inches long and 4 inches wide.

This scarf is currently available in my Etsy shop!





8 comments:

  1. This scarf is adorable, T'onna. I love all the details for the faces! This is my co-host feature pick for tomorrow's Snickerdoodle Party.

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  2. Super cute and fun scarf. You do beautiful work.

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  3. I am been wanting to try my hand at this scarf. I have been eyeing it for a while...::sighs::... So many projects, so little time. I love that you used glitter yarn in it - adds to the Halloween feel.

    Alexandra
    EyeLoveKnots.com

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    1. Thank you, Alexandra! You should make one of your own. It's a fun project!😁

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  4. What a super scarf. I love all the sparkles in the wool. Thanks for joining my link party for October.

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