Urban Shells Scarf


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If you recall, I had an order from a co-worker for a black hat and scarf set.  She graciously gave me an extension because it wasn't like she was going to wear the hat in this spring season.  But, as I have a brain that wouldn't feel "free" until all promises were kept, I had to get her order done before the close of the school year.  (If you have a brain that works like mine then you know exactly what I'm talking about).  No, her order is not complete, but I'm halfway there.  Now I'm looking for a complimentary hat in the style she requested.  If I can't find it, I think I can modify a basic cloche or roll-brim style hat to match the shell edging.  We'll see.  But guess what, I'm still stash-busting!


Another scarf project just for you, Anonymous.  Thanks for the compliment.  :-)

6 comments:

  1. Very nice Libby!

    Hope all the testing at school goes well. I'm so glad to have Em's done. She did FAB!

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  2. lovely scarf! good luck with your pattern search!

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  3. Hi Libby,

    You are most welcome & Congratulations on your FO. I'm sure she will love this.

    Shells patterns are very feminine to me, and I like them, even, if they do take up alot of yarn(smile).

    Here is a pattern for a shells hat and scarf set. Don't know if it's the hat your looking for, but, it's the first thing I thought of when you said you were looking for a shells hat pattern.

    http://crochetuncut.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=56:rosy-shells-hat-scarf-set&catid=59:hats&Itemid=78

    Take Care.

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