Part of my Skull a Day for a Year project. Hand Crochet scarf with a pattern of skulls. This is a companion piece to my hat and glove patterns. The skulls are stacked instead of alternating because it was the simplest way to make them. Alternating skulls would have called for 1a half skull on every other section, and I didn't like the way it looked.
Pattern is for 2 weights of yarn, Sport or Worsted. Sport weight uses about 400 yards. Worsted about 300 yards. The pattern turns over half way so the skulls face upright on both ends. The finished measurements are 6 inches wide by 60 inches long. There are pictures of every row, and an option to make the stand alone teeth on every row.
Every effort has been made to make these instruction error free and clearly written. My e mail address is included for help. If you find an error, I would appreciate if you would let me know. I will send you a free pattern of your choice as a thank you.
300 yards of DK weight
Mom taught me to crochet when I was 9. I couldn't understand why she got upset when I used my mattress stuffing to fill the little animals I made? I have been lucky enough to work in a yarn store, ...
Mom taught me to crochet when I was 9. I couldn't understand why she got upset when I used my mattress stuffing to fill the little animals I made? I have been lucky enough to work in a yarn store, and teach many people how to knit and crochet. Currently I am learning to write patterns, and sell finished items on etsy.View all patterns by designer (84) »