Patron punto ... Ganchillo

Tina's handicraft: Crazy Cool Crochet Scarf/Cowl: free diagram - this would be cute in regular scarf

The Boston Cowl by Heidi May

The Boston Cowl pattern by Jocelyn Sass

The Boston Cowl by Heidi May. Looks like a knit pattern but could easily crochet.

Scarf

Iquitos Flat i-Cord Scarf pattern by Laura Cunitz

We could each make an i-cord for each "knitting girl" and then weave them like this to make a special scarf for each of use! Ravelry: Iquitos Flat i-Cord sjaal patroon van Laura Cunitz

Inspiration. Ribbing, lattice pattern with picot edging, and buttons fastened with snaps. Love it!!

Really unusual scarf pattern - elegant and functional too. - convert to crochet. This is a knit pattern, but so pretty, and easy to adapt to crochet.

I want a Poncho. Something similar to this. Warm and snuggly!

Poncho / cape - Hanna Rek - Álbumes web de Picasa This is knit, but I think I could work it in crochet

great look for Polo 3 button white sleeveless poncho handmade belt by beachhouseetc.com with gold elephant and garnet stones

Remove the hat and the belt; Sub with a couture lampshade hat and smaller colored belt to match/compliment the hat.

puffy crewel + colors [embroidered cardigan ]

A vintage hand knitted mohair cardigan with multi coloured floral crewel embroidery. This beautiful sweater is the result of an inspired

Love the use of art yarn with plain yarn! Bohemian knit loop infinity scarf. Chartreuse. Pink. Turquoise.

Love the use of Art yarn contrasting plain yarn! "Bohemian Knit Loop Infinity" scarf in vivid Chartreuse, Pink & Turquoise.

TEJIDOS A DOS AGUJAS - TRICOT= PATRONES= GRAFICOS=TODO GRATIS: Poncho tejido a dos agujas

This poncho is hand knit with cable knit pattern. It is made with alpaca yarn. It has a hood.

knitbrooks: My most popular item by far has been the oversized chunky puff stitch cowl in fig (that’s a mouthful). I decided to create a bi... #crochet #crochetstitch #puffstitch

knitbrooks: My most popular item by far has been the oversized chunky puff stitch cowl in fig (that’s a mouthful). I decided to create a bigger, infinity scarf version of the cowl, and I love the way it turned out. The Daphne is now available in my shop.

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