@SewCraftyCrochet

Mar 2, 2019

Red Crayon Scarf

Lately, I've enjoyed making school inspired scarves. I've made several Pencil Scarves, a couple Paintbrush Scarves, and a Pink Crayon Scarf. I asked my Instagram friends what color crayon scarf I should make next, and many said red or purple. I've decided to make a red scarf first. I plan to make purple and blue crayon scarves next. I did not use or write a pattern for this scarf, but there are a few crayon scarf patterns out there on Ravelry and Etsy.

I like to start with the flat end of the crayon. For my Pink Crayon Scarf, I only used one shade of pink, but for this red scarf, I decided to use two shades of red. The dark shade of red is Vanna's Choice Cranberry. The red representing the crayon paper is I Love This Yarn Red. I crocheted thi scarf with a size G/4mm Clover crochet hook.

The black yarn is by I Love This Yarn. I had to use my ladybug stitch marker.

To create the word "Crayon," I followed the patterns for the letters at the Moogly blog.

This wearable crayon is approximately 65 inches long and 5 inches wide.

This scarf is long enough to wrap around your neck and keep you warm on chilly days.

I think this scarf looks great with my Betsey Johnson Composition Notebook Purse.

This Red Crayon Scarf is available in my Etsy shop!





8 comments:

  1. I love your stationery scarves. This one is a classic.

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  2. Your crayon scarves are such fun pieces. This red one looks great. Pinned.

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    1. Thanks Beverly! And thanks for the pin!

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  3. Love your color choice. It amazes me the creative way to make scarfs. Pinned and shared.

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    1. Thanks so much! I spent a lot of time trying to figure out which shades of red to use. Lol

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  4. That's brilliant! Everyone loves a red crayon don't they? How great to wear one!

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    1. Thank you! Red is such a great color. 😁

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