It’s official, I am awful at blogging.

I always forget to update my blog, which seems to be a common problem among all of my friends… At least I haven’t forgotten my password yet, right? Anyway, sorry for such a huge delay in updates. I realized that I haven’t been signed on since September! Since then, I’ve written a few more patterns that you may be interested in! 

I introduce to you…. 

The Slouchy Bow Beanie!

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It’s crocheted with a bulky yarn and a 6mm hook. Very simple & works up quickly. 

To purchase, click here.

 

Welp, I was planning on uploading about 3 more patterns but my computer is being difficult. I’ll add them in later. Time for breakfast! 

 

Holiday Gift Ideas!

I know it’s still only September, but it’s never too early to start thinking about what to get your loved ones for the Holidays! The sun is surely starting to cool down, and unfortunately it’s that time again where you have to start thinking about hats, mittens, scarves, etc. This is my favorite season, personally & I’m all about winter accessories!

To start this Holiday Gift Idea post, I’m going to talk about the Bellflower Infinity Scarf. I only originally crocheted this scarf the first time because a costumer, Lisa, who hosts craft fairs at her church, wanted one in a color called Woodlands in Tweed Stripes by Lion Brand. She first saw the scarf on Pinterest and fell in love with it, passing it along to me, which in turn, I fell in love with it too. I was never a scarf person, sure I’d make them, but I’d never wear them. This completely changed my mind. I am in LOVE with this scarf! Anyway, enough about me…

This scarf is extremely unique, each scarf I make will never be identical to another. The stitch pattern is absolutely BEAUTIFUL! It’s so simple, yet detailed all at the same time. Better yet, it’s a pretty simple pattern to follow.

It’s crocheted with 100% acrylic yarn. It’s very soft and bulky, so without a doubt, it WILL keep you warm on a snowy day, although at the same time, it’s definitely light and airy enough to wear during early Autumn.

The scarf pictured is in Woodlands, which seems to be my absolute favorite. Love the fall colors. 🙂

I am selling this scarf on Etsy for $30 + shipping.

It is available in an array of colors as well!

If you would like to order one, simply click the photo above or click here!

Thank you so much for reading my blog! It means the world to me 🙂

-Christina Bellmay, Crabapple Crochet