Hi friends, I have a new project to share with you today. My first crochet project of 2014.
Last time I mentioned that I will going to Mumbai as my mother-in-law was supposed to undergo an operation for a tumor in her uterus. The surgery went off very well and my MIL had a speedy recovery. While most people hate "hospital duty", I usually see it as a time to catch up with my crocheting. My projects finish faster as I am mostly undisturbed in the hospital, and other than feeding and fetching for the patient, I am left to my own devices for the rest of the time. So whenever any relative is hospitalized I am on "duty". As my yarn and hooks go with me wherever I go, I managed to finish a beautiful infinity scarf which I was longing to make.
The pattern is free on Mooglyblog.com and is called the Autumn Sunset Infinity Scarf. Here it is:
I had this deep salmon colored yarn in my stash and I think it does give an autumn feel to the infinity scarf...what do you say?
Here is another look at it ...
I have used a 5.5mm crochet hook and medium worsted weight yarn. I just love the pattern detail and I agree that they do look like 'sunsets'.
As my yarn was thinner I started with 198 chains instead of 180 chains.
The scarf measures 60 inches in circumference and is 6 inches wide.
I love this pattern. In fact I am now a Big fan of all Mooglyblog patterns.
I know I promised to show you a lot of other crochet projects in THIS post and I have not forgotten it, but the first project of 2014 has to be shown first...right?!
See you soon with lots of new crochet projects. Until then .... happy crafting. Have a great day.