This Chain Loop Scarf by Hidden Daisyy was so much fun to make. Probably because it stitched up lickety split.
The whole thing is a series of several chains closed to make individual loops. Then you wrap the loops with yarn on one side to keep them together.
I think this is a perfect scarf for the beginner who hasn't quite figured out how to move past chaining onto making a second row with single or double crochet.
For this scarf I used slightly more than one skein of Lion Brand Yarn
Hometown USA in Portland Wine. Each Skein in this brand is 5 oz or 81yds.
Blockett thought this yarn was very scratchy. I don't know what she was talking about. It's a very soft 100% acrylic yarn. I think it was thick and bulky, and she didn't like it up so close to her neck.
I chose purple for this scarf because, at the time, the Vikings were doing really well. Of course, I was finishing up this scarf while watching the game that eliminated them from the play-offs. Serves me right for trying to display a little team spirit. They've got all spring and summer to get their act together, right? RIGHT!? sigh.