For those of you that follow my blog, you know that I am not a knitter, but these scarves are so easy and pretty that anyone can do it.
When I went to the fabric store I didn’t set out to get yarn to make another scarf, but this Red Heart Ribbon Yarn was sitting on an end counter (great marketing) and when I looked at it I thought, wow, I think that can be knitted like the ruffled scarf I made.
I bought a couple colors and in a few hours I had two beautiful scarves.
Here are a few tips I learned. (Not step by step instructions.) Continue reading
When I went to my Jazzercise class last week, a friend brought in several beautiful ruffled scarves she had knitted.
They were made out of the same thread as the crocheted ruffled scarf in my previous article and I thought I need to challenge myself again. Since I had made the scarves by crocheting, when I had never crocheted before, why can’t I make the scarf by knitting? I didn’t know how to knit either, so who cares, just try it.
In this article I will share some of the things I learned with the knitting process. I will also show a comparison of the finished crocheted scarf and the knitted scarf. Then you can decide which one you want to make.
One thing I like about sewing is being inspired by others. At American Sewing Guild meetings we have what we call Show N Tell, where members bring in things they have been sewing. At my last meeting one of the members brought in a beautiful ruffled scarf that she had crocheted.
It really inspired me and I do not even know how to crochet, I thought, I can do this. ( Now my mom has done some incredible crocheted masterpieces that I will share some other time. They need to be in a museum )
There is a video by Maggie Weldon called Crocheted Ruffled Scarf on You Tube that shows you step by step how to make this scarf. It is very informative and she gives some great tips, especially for someone that doesn’t even know how to crochet.