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Mar 28, 2019

Crochet Carrot Scarves

When I think of Spring, I think of Easter! So I've got bunnies, carrots, and Easter eggs on my mind! Today I'm sharing Crochet Carrot Scarves I made. And while working on the scarves, I realized that I needed a carrot crochet hook, so I made one!
To create my carrot scarves, I followed a pattern by my favorite crochet designer, Twinkie Chan. The pattern can be found in her book,  Twinkie Chan's Crochet Goodies for Fashion Foodies: 20 Yummy Treats to Wear. The crochet carrot scarf pattern is really quick and easy to follow. The orange yarn is Big Twist yarn in Pumpkin.

Using stitch markers and a row counter really helps! Since I started crocheting the first scarf with my Pepperoni Pizza Crochet Hook, I used a pizza stitch marker and a pepperoni stitch marker...

...But then I decided that I needed a carrot crochet hook. So I made one! The green yarn is Red Heart in Spring Green.

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.

One completed Carrot Scarf!

To celebrate completing the Carrot Scarf, I had a piece of carrot cake. Yummy!

Then I decided to crochet some carrot cupcakes for a Carrot Cupcake Scarf.

The Carrot Scarf is listed in my Etsy Shop.

I made the scarves with different lengths. The scarf on the left is about 60 inches long, and the scarf on the right is about 70 inches long. The shorter scarf fits my 6 year old perfectly, so I think they'd be perfect as Mommy & Me scarves!






4 comments:

  1. Very cute! As always you are so creative and fun with your crochet projects. Pinned.

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  2. These are super cute! Pinning to make for my granddaughter when she gets a little older!

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  3. You are so creative! The scarves are cute, but that carrot crochet hook has stolen the show! I love it! -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

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  4. OMG, I can't decide which I love more, the scarf or the hook... or the stitch marker! Pinning, love it all

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