Hello everyone and welcome back to Scrap N Grow’s ‘Countdown to Christmas’ blog series. Each day till Christmas, Scrap N Grow hopes to inspire you to create a unique array of holiday cards and hand crafted gifts that are sure to wow your family and friends. In addition, Scrap N Grow will share several fun and creative ideas to help you wrap, package, and embellish your hand crafted gifts and holiday home decor just in time for holiday entertaining with family and friends. Scrap N Grow’s ‘Countdown to Christmas’ ideas are sure to help you quickly check off the boxes on your holiday to do checklist.
Today’s featured loom knitted scarves make for a wonderful gift for everyone, especially for those people on your list that have everything and are often difficult to buy for.
Featured scarves were made using a Provocraft Knifty Knitter loom. Scarf pictured above was knit using a chunky chenille ivory yarn. This scarf is chunky and will definitely keep the wearer of this scarf toasty warm on even the coldest, subzero of days.
Featured below is a second scarf that features a lightweight charcoal gray yarn and would be perfect for everyday use.
Scarves are easy to make within a few hours and make for a great gift, especially for those of us who live in cold climates. I live in MN and today is the first day in a week that we were above zero, 14 degrees felt like a heat wave.
I bet many of you reading today’s post perhaps know how to knit with needles. Someday, I would like to learn how to knit with needles as well as knit coordinating hats for each featured scarf. Thank you so much for stopping by today. Please leave me a comment below and let me know if you knit? If you do, do you use a loom or knitting needles? I will be back tomorrow with another inspiring holiday project idea. See you tomorrow.