Many of my crochet projects this year have been made with yarn left over from previous projects. This week I completed two more colorful scarves from scraps.
Shells Scrap Scarf:
For this one I used a size J hook, various worsted/aran weight yarns and this Stash Buster Scarf pattern that is comprised of alternating shells and V stitches. It's an easy pattern that works up quickly, but because I used so many different yarns there were quite a few ends that couldn't all be crocheted into the project. So, I had a lot of weaving to do at the end. This scarf measures 4.5 inches wide by 83 inches in length.
Striped Scrap Scarf:
Again for this one I used a size J hook and various worsted/aran weight yarns. As for a pattern I just worked in single crochet stitches (with a base chain of 17) and I alternated the yarns every two rows to make stripes. This scarf measures 4.5 inches wide by 70 inches in length.