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11  Scrap Yarn Projects in Crochet: Completed Projects by jayashiangel on: June 05, 2012 05:59:34 PM
I created this post to share scrap yarn projects that anyone wishes to share!

I have lots of scratchy scrap skeins and balls of yarn that I have made into scrubbier dots for washing dishes. I have been using these for about 2 months & this size/shape is my fave over either the sponge size or 8x8 size I will be whipping up this size from now on to share & use.





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12  Chemo Hats in Crochet: Completed Projects by jayashiangel on: March 26, 2012 03:14:02 PM
An employee at work underwent chemo therapy she had lost some hair making it very thin looking on top as well as stringy at times..I have created a few different styles of hats plus a few in different colors at her request....This is what I have whipped up so far she is happen with them...



Multicolored made with sugar and cream cotton using a H hook for the first several rows then the last 3-4 rows I did with a F hook to tighten up the hat so I didn't have to use elastic.



Brown made with brown sugar and cream using a H hook for the first several rows then the last 3-4 rows I did with a F hook to tighten up the hat so I didn't have to use elastic.



Red made with hobby lobby acrylic I love this yarn using a H hook for the first several rows then the last 3-4 rows I did with a F hook to tighten up the hat so I didn't have to use elastic.



Very dark purple made with hobby lobby cotton using a H hook for the first several rows then the last 3-4 rows I did with a F hook to tighten up the hat so I didn't have to use elastic.



The ruffle hat is made with sugar and cream yarn using an H hook how every it called for an I but it was too big so I redid it using the H hook.



The bucket style hat is made with sugar and cream yarn using an H hook how every it called for an I but it was too big so redid it using the H hook..



The Granny style hat is made with sugar and cream yarn using an H hook but it was still too big when finished but can easily be fixed by changing the number if rows I created so I ripped it out and redid it
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13  Neckwarmer or Cowl in Crochet: Completed Projects by jayashiangel on: December 28, 2011 07:35:24 PM


Started with a chain of 34 but next time I think I will do less as it seems too BIG (to wide) so maybe around 28.. I wanted to create a scarf for my dad that he didn't have to worry about loosing it just slide right over your head and down your neck...plus less inches to get in the way or could in a zipper of a coat.



As you can see it can nicely fit up around your ear/nose to keep you warm on cold nights.




Or you can easily dress up an outfit or hid a few Love Marks...
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14  Fingerless Gloves in Crochet: Completed Projects by jayashiangel on: December 19, 2011 05:43:40 PM



A co-worker need a pair of fingerless gloves for a Xmas present for her dd so I whipped these up with out a pattern I think I did pretty good the first pair I tried making years ago ending up being too BIG 3 peoples hands would fit in one ripped those out and decided I couldn't make them I was wrong I just needed a few years of crochet experience and my fave use more then just one hook to get the gauge/size you want. I gave her a  Gray pair and now I am addicted to making more :O) to give away very quick gifts and just 1 ball of peaches & cream yarn was needed to make a pair...I think if you use RHSS you could get a least 2-3 pairs or a nice Hat & and pair of gloves for $2.28 and some time :O)
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15  Skillet Safety 101 in Crochet: Completed Projects by jayashiangel on: December 13, 2011 12:36:11 PM



A quick scrappy yarn crochet project that will come in handy if you have those HOT IRON SKILLETS. They whip up in less then 15 mins. I will be whipping up alot of these to give away.... SO WHAT DO YOU THINK?HuhHuh

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16  Re: Yet Another Slouchy Hat in Crochet: Completed Projects by jayashiangel on: November 23, 2011 09:11:48 PM
Here is a Multicolor purple one I made a few days ago that I think is WAY too BIG!!!



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17  Re: Yet Another Slouchy Hat in Crochet: Completed Projects by jayashiangel on: November 23, 2011 09:10:08 PM
Here is a Multicolor Blue/Green/Yellow Slouchy I created today :O)





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18  Yet Another Slouchy Hat in Crochet: Completed Projects by jayashiangel on: November 23, 2011 02:25:49 PM
I whipped this hat up a few weeks ago still new to this style pattern what do you guys think? I do however have a few questions does it look to big around (circle part) and should it be less rows around I have seen some that seem alot smaller then mine it measures at the Circle (side to side at 9 inches) and from top to bottom of the hat measures 11 inches...Thanks for all input :O)



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