I fell in love with Bernat’s Handicrafter Cotton yarn in a variegated color called  Harvest and decided I wanted to make a table scarf with it. I searched for a pattern and finally settled on CroCreations Infinity Scarf pattern. Because I was using a cotton yarn and I wanted a tight knit pattern, I opted to use a size E crochet hook instead of the H hook the pattern calls for. Otherwise I followed the pattern exactly only I ended it at the length of my table which is about 3′.

Crochet Patterns: Free Thanksgiving Table Scarf Pattern

The pattern shows off the variegated yarn beautifully and the yarn is much more beautiful than the photos shows. It’s a wonderful mix of fall colors and being cotton, it has a wonderful lightweight feel to it. It’s washable and perfect for a Thanksgiving tablescape or on an entry way table where I have it now. It’d also make a great gift!

Fall or Thanksgiving Crochet Table Scarf Pattern

Pattern: http://crocreations.blogspot.com/2011/11/to-infinity-and-beyond.html

This pattern may be a little difficult for a new crocheter, but once you figure out the pattern it’s super simple and really quick.  The table scarf took me about 2 hours from start to finish and looks fabulous. The colors are muted, fall colors in person and not so Juicy Fruit. It’s a really nice combination.

Free & Easy Crochet Patterns: Thanksgiving Table Scarf Pattern

I love the pattern and may make an Infinity Scarf for myself next time in an acrylic/wool blend, but I’d probably make it thinner – it’s too wide for me for a scarf.  I also did a basket in this yarn which I’ll photograph and share as soon as I remember where I put it. I’m also working on hats to donate to a Seattle homeless shelter I’ll have for you soon as well.

What are you working on? I’d love to see your crochet or craft projects!

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