The Pebble Rib Scarf uses one of my favorite crochet stitch patterns, the pebble stitch. Unlike in the Walking in the Sand Scarf, in this scarf, the pebble stitch is worked into the back loop to create a unisex, knit-look
The Bulky Faux Mistake Rib Hat is the bulky weight version of my Faux Mistake Rib Watchman’s Cap pattern. It’s a stretchy, knit-look beanie that can be worn with a rolled brim, or an unrolled brim like a stocking cap.
The weather hasn’t decided firmly on what season it belongs in, at least in New York City. That means it’s still scarf weather for the foreseeable future. And, once it gets too warm for scarves, it will get cold enough
This post contains affiliate links. Yarn for the sample was generously provided by Yarnspirations. I continue to be amazed about how much yarn is actually contained in each skein of Bernat Maker Home Dec. Last summer, I received 6 skeins
As much as I dislike “hat hair,” there are plenty of times when a beanie is absolutely necessary. When the weather is crazy cold, for example. This post contains affiliate links. Yarn for the sample was generously provided by Yarnspirations.