Just last weekend the weather mysteriously reached closed to 70 degrees and now we’ve dropped into the low thirties. We’ve even had a tiny bit of a snowfall already. It’s crazy to think how quickly time is going and how fast temperatures can really change in the blink of an eye. While living in Chicago during the winter it’s very well known that temperatures can be next to unbearable, especially if you’re like me. I get cold even if it’s in the fifties, sad, but true. With that said, it’s always a good idea to bundle up as much as you can.
A great way to add layers and warmth is to wear crochet scarves and mittens. I personally think the bulkier the item is, the warmer you’re going to be. That’s not true for everyone though. Sometimes thin, modern and chic is the way to go. Take for example this Chiq Shell Scarf. It’s simple to work up and it’ll fit nicely under a coat or over a sweater. Whatever look you’re going for this scarf will easily give you that. Accessorize your winter wardrobe with the Chiq Shell Scarf pattern. Watch this video and learn how to make it step by step. The best part about crocheting your own patterns is you get to choose your colors!
If you really want to prepare for the winter or you’re looking for some holiday gift ideas then check these out:
What color crochet designs look best on you?
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