This post has a great scarf pattern at the bottom to show how sorry I am :)
Anyway, I realized that I needed to get something for my boyfriend's family for Christmas. This was a lot closer to the holidays than I'm willing to admit. I'm pretty proud of what I gave his brother's family: A Where's-Waldo-esque book but with the Characters from the Cars movies for his nephew, booties and a little headband I crocheted for his niece (I wish I had taken pictures, I was so proud of how they came out...and that they fit her), and for his brother and sister-in-law a precious moments figure of a little blonde boy next to a box of tools screwdriver in hand working on a snowman with a John Deere hat on - it was such a spitting image of their son that I couldn't resist.
I made the reindeer ornament in another post for his aunt...then realized I had nothing for his sister and brother-in-law! I didn't find anything in stores and time was running out. Then I thought, "duh, you taught yourself to crochet. Use that craft little brain of yours!"
So I did. I made 2 scarves using the same stitching pattern. They came out (thankfully) looking pretty different though.
Pictures and pattern below:
|Laid out next to each other. I made them pretty long since nobody in his family is short I knew I could.|