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Scarf and Pattern

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Today I am excited to tell you about a Scarf, Yarn, and Pattern giveaway hosted by me and Alexandra of Eye Love Knots. You may remember last year that I showed you some gorgeous knitted scarves and did a giveaway last year, too.

3 knitted scarves

This year’s giveaway is a little different. Keep reading to find out all the details!

This post is part of a monthly Craft Hop hosted by Celebrate and Decorate. If you are here from My Thrift Store Addiction – Thrifty Tips for Crafting Seasonal Pillows then Welcome! The rest of the fall craft ideas will be listed at the end of this post.

creative craft blog hop graphic

I was out shopping awhile back when I came across more yarn! And it was in a different color! It was this gorgeous pink and purple!!

pink and purple yarn

Well, you know I had to buy a lot of it because—well, it was only $1 each and I can make one whole entire scarf for one dollar!! Isn’t that so fun??!!

And then I thought, why not have another giveaway…. But maybe instead of just a knitted scarf, what about a crocheted one?

Crocheted Scarves

So my friend Alexandra from Eye Love Knots decided to join me and design a crochet scarf pattern using this oh-so-fun ribbon yarn. She made two different versions. The first one is named “Haylee Sashay.”

Haylee Sashay Crochet Scarf

The second scarf is named “Fae Haylee Sashay.”

light gray scarf with scalloped edge

Aren’t they so pretty?! And these crocheted scarves use two kinds of yarn. That means that with one skein of the ribbon yarn, you can make more than one scarf if you wish!

By the way, you can get Alexandra’s crochet scarf patterns right away if you don’t want to wait for the giveaway…. they are available on Ravelry at Haylee Sashay and Fae Haylee Sashay.

Knitted Scarf

Of course I had to knit a scarf using the new pink and purple yarn.

pink shirt with purple scarf

Here is a video of how I finished the black scarf so that you can see how I knitted with this ribbon yarn:

If you have a scarf like this, you may notice that they get twisted up. I made a video to show you how I untwist mine.

I just love this new color so much!

pink and purple knitted scarf closeup

I also love that you can wear scarves so many different ways…. (By the way, have you been using your gauzy scarves for face masks, like I have? I just tie them behind my head, letting it rest on my hair clip…. You can see pictures on my Instagram.)

purple and pink scarf tied on a pink shirt

Are you ready to hear what we are giving away???

We are giving away patterns.

We are giving away yarn.


We are giving away three scarves!!

Isn’t that exciting?!

brown, pink, and black yarn, one skein of each color

So whether or not you crochet or knit, you can still enter to win one of the scarves!

Giveaway Details

We will be choosing NINE winners!!! Three people will get scarves, three people will get patterns to the crocheted scarves, and three people will get yarn! Isn’t that fun?!

purple and pink scarf

You have a chance to win one of the following:

  • My knitted scarf
  • Alexandra’s crocheted scarf one
  • Alexandra’s crocheted scarf two
  • Alexandra’s crocheted scarf one Pattern
  • Alexandra’s crocheted scarf two Pattern
  • Ribbon yarn in pink/purple
  • Ribbon yarn in green/brown
  • Ribbon yarn in black/silver
  • Ribbon yarn in hot pink

The Giveaway will end 10 days from today. To enter to win, click on the Rafflecopter below. You can do some or all of the suggestions. Doing more of the suggestions gives you more chances to win. Have fun and best wishes!

a Rafflecopter giveaway
scarf for giveaway

Here are all of the other Craft Ideas this month! If you are visiting us in order, Debbees Buzz – Sweater Pumpkin is next. Enjoy!

Celebrate and Decorate – Luxurious Wreath for Fall

Design Morsels – Simple Succulent Wreath

Chas’ Crazy Creations – Breast Cancer Awareness Wreath

Birdz of a Feather – Cement Planter DIY

My Thrift Store Addiction – Thrifty Tips for Crafting Seasonal Pillows

B4 and Afters – Crochet Scarf Patterns

Debbees Buzz – Sweater Pumpkin

The Painted Apron – Fall Floral Candlesticks

My Hubbard Home – Rustic Autumn Craft

Purple Hues and Me – Whimsical Scarecrow

My Family Thyme – Stamped Tea Towels

Our Crafty Mom – Farmhouse Fall Tiered Tray

Raggedy Bits – How To Upcycle an Old Frame

Home Is Where the Boat Is Foraged Autumn Harvest Arrangement

Decorate & More with Tip – Simple DIY Pumpkin Pillow

Zucchini Sisters – Pumpkin Truck Sign

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  1. What a wonderful twist. I haven’t seen this ribbon yarn yet, but I haven’t been to the stores, because…..well, you know, it’s 2020! I’m a sucker for yarn…LOL, but can’t go wrong with any decision!

  2. I so love the purple scarf. It would make me so happy to wear it too! I do crochet but not as much anymore with my stiff fingers and bad wrists.

  3. Such gorgeous yarn and pretty scarves! I’m not a crocheter but so appreciate the time involved and beautiful end results. Happy to be crafting with you again ♥

  4. Such pretty scarves, Liberty! I didn’t know about ribbon yarn, either. Learning to crochet is on my bucket list. I’d love to be able to make hand crocheted gifts. I love the gray ones with the ribbon yarn trim. Thanks for sharing! It was fun crafting with you 🙂

  5. I am not a needleworker, but I will certainly pass this post on to my sister who is always crocheting. These are very pretty! You certainly made these for bargain prices!

  6. Liberty, I’ve knit scarves before, but never tried crocheting one. Just yesterday, I finished my first major crochet project in about 40 years — a stuffed zebra as new baby gift. And, now that I’m going to be couch-bond after surgery on my foot, you’ve got me inspired to use some yarn I have to crochet a scarf or two as Christmas gifts.

  7. Beautiful scarfs, Liberty. I had no idea there was such a thing as ribbon yarn. Really need to take up crocheting so I can have pretty scarfs in the colors of my choosing. Not to mention the built-in face mask 😉

  8. Beautiful scarf; purple is one of my favourite colours! I’ve never crocheted with ribbon yarn but I love the way it looks! Is the content open to Canadians – lol?

  9. Your scarves are so lovely, Liberty! And I especially love the pink and purple one! Did you guess? My mil tried teaching me crochet, but I could not pick it up. Anyone who can is quite talented – including you! You have great skills!

  10. Liberty, your scarf is absolutely gorgeous–what a fun giveaway! I love the colors and of course, that you made it for $1! It is a pleasure to join you for this tour! Blessings, Cecilia @My Thrift Store Addiction

  11. These scarfs are so cute!! I haven’t seen the ribbon yarn before, I love it! I love to crochet, I will definitely try this, thank you Liberty. I also love the idea of using a scarf for a face mask, great idea, thanks!

  12. I like to use scarves as a mask too. You’ve made some beautiful ones. It can really make an ordinary outfit look unique. Thanks for sharing these patterns. The two crocheted scarves are both so unique. Maybe I’ll have to learn to crochet. Thanks for being in the hop!

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