I had half a skein of Hot Green Sugar and Cream cotton yarn and couldn’t decide what to do but it SCREAMS, “Make leaves!” Every time I see it. I have 2 wash cloths made with it and now a leafy scarf. The scarf uses about 1 and half skeins of yarn.
Here’s my recipe:
1- Repeat this MyPicot Leaf motif pattern continuously for 6 feet.
2 - weave in all your ends so far.
3 - with the right side facing you, join yarn at right corner stitch and single crochet in all stitches on that side, to the end
4 - chain 1 and turn
5 - single crochet in all stitches to the end
6 - repeat step 4
7 - repeat step 5 (you should have 3 rows of single crochet)
8 - pull yarn through to end row and weave in
9 - turn and repeat steps 3-8 on the other edge.
Love those leaves! The color is great.
Great color for leaves! Very pretty!
So pretty! Perfect for the transitional seasons!
So pretty! Someday maybe I’ll learn crochet.
Very pretty pattern, great colour too.
I highly encourage it! You can make really complex textures and fabrics with just a couple of stitches.
technically, I can knit but am SUPER slow but this only took me a couple of days in between watching anime and chatting with my husband in the evenings.
so pretty! what a great use of kitchen cotton!
Thank you! Its more a recipe than a real pattern but appreciate it!
You did a fantastic job on it
That is so pretty! Its super cool that you did your own pattern too. Love the color.
Fabulous! Thank you for sharing the pattern!
I FINALLY GOT TO WEAR MY SCARF!! it went to Japan with me and it was too hot but this morning it was just cold enough!
It is lovely and brightens up your outfit!
The pattern is lovely and the yarn definitely screamed " leaves".
Now you not only have a beautiful leafy scarf, but a beautiful leafy scarf with Japanese memories attached to it!