Crafting for the Giving Season {KCCO/Yarn Along}

I’ve noticed that even though it isn’t Halloween yet, never mind Thanksgiving, a lot of stores have aisles of Christmas decorations on display. It seems earlier every year. While I don’t understand it I do find it to be a good reminder to get started on crafting gifts for the holidays. This way there’s a chance I might finish them all in time.

Now, for all my friends and relatives this will be a spoiler for somebody. I won’t say who but if you don’t want any clues to what you may be receiving this year then look no further.






The Prismatic scarf (free pattern on Ravelry)  is great for those multicolored skeins. The colors are high lighted yet not over whelming. The pattern is a fairly simple 12 row repeat. I find a row counter to be a handy way to keep track of where I am between rows. I have a little ways to go yet so the scarf hasn’t been blocked.


KCCO, Barn Hop, Yarn Along

5 thoughts on “Crafting for the Giving Season {KCCO/Yarn Along}

  1. Oh now, THAT is a great scarf. I have one a scarf on my gift giving list, but if I don’t start it soon, it will never be ready in time. I’ve been blogging a couple of handmade holiday ideas recently, but I have procrastinated on the bigger projects. Thanks for the inspiration!

  2. Yes, we entered Lowes the other day and I had to turn my head in the other direction so I wouldn’t see the Christmas directions. It was barely October!

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