Thursday, October 8, 2009

Sweet November Scarf/Shawl Free Crochet Pattern

Ok so a few days ago I was watching Sweet November and I couldn't stop wanting the scarf/shawl she was wearing. So I made my own :D Sorry about the bad pics it is really hard to take pics of yourself in the bathroom mirror, especially pics of your own back LOL. If you can't see all of the pics, right click on the picture and select view picture.




Here is a couple pics of what the scarf/shawl is supposed to look like



******UPDATE 11-20-09*****

Here is a pic to show an up close view of the stitches

I hope this helps clear up some confusion. (this is just the tip, not the whole thing)

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Sweet November Scarf/Shawl
by: AprilDraven

for personal use only

J hook

Abbreviations:
Rnd: round
ch: chain
dc: double crochet

Yarn: I used a little over 6 oz of Caron Simply Soft 100% acrylic Worsted medium 4ply Autumn Red

ch 4, 1 dc in 1st ch, ch 3, turn (This forms beginning loop)

*****UPDATE 1-14-11*****
When I say loop what I mean is the space that is created. This pattern is worked in the space created not the stitches. Look at the picture above I have provided and you can see what I mean. You create a circle and then do the stitch in the circle. I really don't know how to explain it better.

1 dc in loop, ch 1, 1 dc, ch 3, turn

(1 dc, ch 1, 1 dc)(in same loop) ch 1 (1 dc, ch 1, 1 dc)(in same loop) ch 3, turn

(1 dc, ch 1, 1 dc)(in same loop) (ch 1, 1 dc)(in next loop) (ch 1, 1 dc)(in next loop)(1 dc, ch 1, 1 dc)(in same loop) ch 3, turn

...continue pattern (1 dc, ch 1, 1 dc) in end loops so you are increasing 2 stitches every row *you should end up with a big triangle*

I had a total of 44 rows when I was done. (I think the scarf she has was a little longer but I have the movie on VHS and can't take a screen shot so I had to improvise LOL VHS hehe)

Fringe: I wrapped the yarn around a DVD case. I tied 2 pieces held together in each loop on the sides.

*************Update*****************
Here is a white one I made with baby yarn :D

******A picture to help start the pattern******
Here is a picture that might help explain the beginning better.
sorry about the bad pic
ok in the first step:
it says ch 4, 1 dc in 1st ch, ch 3, turn (This forms beginning loop)
In the picture I did the chain in black and the dc in red
next step:
1 dc in loop, ch 1, 1 dc, ch 3, turn
I did the chain in purple (I forgot to flip it in the pic but still the chain is on the end
dc 1, chain 1, dc 1, ch 3, turn (you should have 3 loops total by this point)
next step:
(1 dc, ch 1, 1 dc)(in same loop) ch 1 (1 dc, ch 1, 1 dc)(in same loop) ch 3, turn
what you will be doing from here on out is dc 2 in the end loops and 1 in all the loops in between. there will be one chain separating one stitch from the next.

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106 comments:

Skyebluepink said...

This is great! You know I had the same thought when I saw the movie and I never got around to making one, and wondered what type of yarn I'd have to use in order to avoid bulk. I think Simply Soft was a really good choice because even though it says worsted weight it actually works up much less bulky than about any other worsted acrylic yarn. Yours turned out terrific and looks just like the movie scarf.

AprilDraven said...

Thanks! I was also thinking about making a white one out of baby yarn. There isn't a big selection at Walmart.

JacqBrisbane said...

Have you thought of taking a photo of the screen? I occasionally do that during art programs, just for fun, and they do come out quite well. :)

DIYgal said...

Great pattern! I've always loved that scard too, but never even had time to figure out how it was made. Thanks for posting the pattern, now I can finally have this scarf for myself! :)

Oh, and I <3 Simply Soft yarn. Great choice for this pattern.

Uncommon Jen said...

Love your blog. Thanks for the pattern!

You asked if someone could explain the yarn label information. Here is a basic rundown of the info you posted.

Acrylic is a manufactured fiber. Acrylic yarn is usually cheaper than natural fibers like wool, moth-proof, won't felt, and is generally hypo-allergenic.

Acrylic can be blended with natural fibers, Lion Brand Wool-Ease and Cotton-Ease, for example. (Cotton tends to be strong but cool. Wool tends to be warmer but not as durable.)

Worsted has two meanings. It can describe how the fiber was spun. Worsted yarns tend to be smooth with long fibers laying parallel to one another. (It's more technical than that, but I'm not a spinner.)

In the case of this label, though, it is more likely to indicate the weight or thickness of the yarn. Worsted medium is heavier and/or thicker than baby or sport weight, but lighter and thinner than bulky weight yarn.

4 ply means the number of strands that the yarn is made of. Baby weight tends to be 2 ply. Sport weight is generally 3 ply. And most of the time, worsted weight is 4 ply. Ply does not always indicate weight, however. Lion Brand Homespun is a single ply, bulky weight yarn, for example.

A great place for more info is http://www.yarnstandards.com/label.html.

I hope that helps. And thanks again for the pattern!

AprilDraven said...

Everyone:
Thanks! I hope you all enjoy it :D

JacqBrisbane:
I used to do that a long time ago. I might try it again now that I have a digital camera :D Thanks.

Uncommon Jen:
Thank you so much for explaining that. I was a little baffled when the soft yarn said the same thing as the regular yarn but they were completely different. Now I really want to try and make this with baby yarn and see how it turns out. Thank Again that really helps.

Darah said...

I discovered your blog earlier today while searching for free crochet beanie patterns. You have some seriously creative talent! Even though i am a complete novice at crochet and can barely read a pattern, you've inspired me to pick up the hooks and try again. I bookmarked your page and will be returning often.

Rachel@oneprettything.com said...

That's gorgeous April! I'll be linking in today's Daily DIY. I link half of the projects on my Gotta Crochet list are your projects!

Unique2wh0 said...

Soooo pretty April..You done it again girl!!! When your famous will you still remember me??*wink* (will not shock me one bit) Great job and thanks so much for sharing your art with everyone, I just love keep'n up with you on your blog :)You are very talented ^j^

CuteStuffInside said...

Lovely.

S.W.A.K.

Nikka said...

thats an awesome scarf! i'm so going to make one, as soon as i find where my dog hid the Caron......

TheHMC said...

Gorgeous! I bookmarked this one- I've been lookinh for a pattern for a gift for a good friend of mine and I think she would love this! And...I love Caron yarn. Got addicted to the Caron-Eco but they stopped carrying it at my walmart. Now they have a nice, new stock of Simply soft and that makes me just as happy ;).

Hope said...

Wow, this is so beautiful! Good job. Can't wait to make one for me and one for my sister :)

Unique2it said...

really pretty...i had to make one of my own(i'll post it to my blog later). i like yours better though :)

Darsa said...

Argh! So many things to do but this scarf is so lovely; I may have to move it to the top of my list. Thank you for sharing the pattern with us! :)

Jessica said...

Made this over 2 days using Caron simply soft Persimmon. Turned out great. Just what I was looking for.
Thanks.

Noelia said...

Hello!! could you tell me how to make the beautiful eyes of your dolls¿¿¿ pleaseee i love them

Abby said...

I love this scarf but I can't figure out the pattern. I'm not exactly a beginner at crocheting but I'm not an expert either. Could you give me some help. I know how to do all of the stitches, I just dont understand where to do them. I love this scarf so much help!!

AprilDraven said...

http://i26.photobucket.com/albums/c128/AprilDraven
/Other/shawl.jpg
sorry about the bad pic
ok in the first step it says ch 4, 1 dc in 1st ch, ch 3, turn (This forms beginning loop)
In the picture I did the chain in black and the dc in red
next step
1 dc in loop, ch 1, 1 dc, ch 3, turn
I did the chain in purple (I forgot to flip it in the pic but still the chain is on the end
dc 1, chain 1, dc 1, ch 3, turn (you should have 3 loops total by this point)
next step
(1 dc, ch 1, 1 dc)(in same loop) ch 1 (1 dc, ch 1, 1 dc)(in same loop) ch 3, turn
what you will be doing from here on out is dc 2 in the end loops and 1 in all the loops in between. there will be one chain separating one stitch from the next.

Abby said...

ahh thanks so much. can't wait to finish it!

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hana said...

I wanted to share my completed shawl: http://hana-sj.xanga.com/715558426/finished-shawl/

kimberly said...

i love the scarf!!! i had some special yarn i had saved to the side for myself and i came across this and loved it!!! and thanks for the drawing it really helped getting me started :)... but lol.. do you mind explaining the fringe.. its probably really simple and that's were i'm getting tripped up lol.. thanks!

Peggy said...

Awesome blog, April. I just found it this week, desperate for modern and stylish free patterns to crochet for birthday and holiday presents; I'm laid off and have more time than money, for sure! Love that you have awesome patterns for men as well. I can't afford it now, but once I can, you'll be getting a donation! Looking forward to your next post!

AprilDraven said...

Peggy: Thank you so much that is so sweet :)

Renee' said...

Oh man, How did I miss this pattern, Ok gonna try this after I finish the hat :)
April, Can I link to you after I post a finished pic on my blog, I have a few people that crochet and Id like to add your link to the hat I am doing

AprilDraven said...

Renee: sure, the more people who know about my blog the better :D

Renee' said...

ok, thanks :)

Renee' said...

April I am just about finished, can you tell me how long from point to last row is, I lost count of rows rofl.

Renee' said...

UG April, I used an H hook :( will I need to make more rows :(?

AprilDraven said...

Renee: I have no idea how long mine is across. It is in the wash right now. Just keep going until it wraps around your neck and feels comfortable :)

AprilDraven said...

Renee: Yah you will probably have to do a lot more rows if you used an H hook :( unless you crochet really loose.

Renee' said...

ooof lol Ok.
Do you have a guess how long it was lol

AprilDraven said...

Renee: I found the size in the Craftster post. Someone else asked me that question a while ago.
30 inches from peak to top and about 60 inches across

Renee' said...

Great, Thanks, I am a member there also lol.
I will post a pic when I am finished , My DH picked a chocolate brown out for it :)

Renee' said...

whats your id there, Mine is R3n331

AprilDraven said...

cool I was going to make one in that color after the holidays. I would love to see a pic :)

AprilDraven said...

Mine is AprilDraven everywhere lol. Too bad you can't add friends on Craftster. You can on Raverly though :)

Renee' said...

ok, trying to find some of your patterns there, Oh I posted the brown hat of yours i did there also

Renee' said...

Oh you can add friends there :)

AprilDraven said...

ah I see. It is called Buddy not Friend haha

Renee' said...

Ok, I measured, It measures so far 21. Hmm I will keep going lol.
I got you added as Buddy over there now lol

Renee' said...

Hi April, Hope ok, somone liked the hat I did and I gave her your Link to it :)

Have you been to crochetville yet?

http://www.crochetville.org/forum/index.php

Caroline said...

Love the scarf! I got the Autumn Red and used a K hook. At the end instead of dc 1c dc, I did dc 1c dc 1c dc. That way the scarf was long enough at 26 rows instead of 44. Took about 5 hours. Love it! Thank you!

AprilDraven said...

Renee: Thanks for the link. I have never heard of crochetville

Caroline: good idea if you want to wear it as just a scarf ;) I might make one like that for my daughter.(she is 5 and wouldn't wear it as a shawl LOL) I wanted to make it so you can wear it as a shawl too because she does that in the movie. I love stuff that has more than one function :) Kudos on figuring out a quicker way :D

Renee' said...

April, your welcome.

Caroline said...

I'm on scarf/shawl number 4 this week! They are great Christmas gifts. Thanks again for the pattern! With the added dc at the ends they are still deep enough to wear as shawl but they only touch to the waist. So they will be good scarves for the winter and light weight shawls for the spring or fall.

AprilDraven said...

Caroline: sounds perfect for spring :)

Andrea said...

Hi, I was wondering, when you used the baby yarn for did you use the same size hook as the red one? Thanks!

AprilDraven said...

Yep same hook. Sorry it took so long to respond. I didn't get an update like I usually do.

Martha said...

This is a great pattern! Thanks so much. I've already made 2 for Christmas presents, and I'm now finally getting round to doing one for myself.

Susan said...

Thanks April, this pattern is coming out beautiful! I'm using Caron's rainbow tones yarn with a K hook and am at 46 rows, but still not 60" across and 30" (at about 26") from tip to top. It's looking giant so was wondering if I need to adjust the measurements for the larger hook.

AprilDraven said...

Susan: Sorry, your message was in my spam folder and I didn't get it until now :( I would need to see a pic of what you have to know what to tell you. It should be even larger than mine if you used a bigger hook so I think there is something else going on.

AprilDraven said...

Martha: Thanks :) I'm glad you enjoy it.

Velma said...

"I hope this helps clear up some confusion. (this is just the tip, not the whole thing)"

Teehee, that's what he said. :P

I just started making this scarf in a beautiful yarn I've been saving for just the right project- Interlacements Oregon Worsted II in a colorway that looks exactly like Van Gogh's "Starry Starry Night."

Patricia Leppla said...

I hope you don't mind but this is such an amazing scarf and pattern that I linked this in my blog: http://patriciasparticularity.blogspot.com/ .
Great work!! I've already made one and I love it!!!

AprilDraven said...

Thanks! I'm glad you liked it. The blue looks really pretty BTW :)

Mommafo said...

So which do you prefer between the white and red ones? I like how thin/delicate the white one looks. Did you still use a J hook for that one?

I've been hunting around Ravelry and I keep coming to your patterns, so I figured I might as well say hi! :)

AprilDraven said...

I think I used the J hook on the white one too. I like the red one best. It isn't as hot lol

Sinanthiel said...

The way you tied the fringe on the shawl is not the traditional way... Can you be more specific on how you tied the two strands onto the shawl?

AprilDraven said...

Sinanthiel:take two long pieces, hold them together,pull through the loop, fold in half around the loop, you should have 4 strands in your hand, holding two in each hand tie a knot

Laurie O'Neil said...

Hi April.. Great scarf but I'm trying to make it and having a problem.. I can't figure out on step two where the second 1 dc gets chained into??

This is what you wrote..
"1 dc in loop, ch 1, 1 dc, ch 3, turn"

I hope that makes sense.. lol
Laurie

AprilDraven said...

When the loops are formed inbetween the stitches instead of in the stitches. I hope this makes sense.

Maureen said...

hello April...just had to post that love some of the items you have on here. I learned to crochet when I was young and have just started the learn the joys of it again.

you had posted not knowing yarns too well this is a link that might help explain things a little better, http://www.sewingitall.com/knitting-yarn.html

also spend a little time in your LYS with a knowledgeable sales rep that can explain if you are hands on.

Thank you so much. Keep up the great work.

Heaven

>phillygrl said...

April, I love the scarf finally finished the test run and it looks like this.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/57622366@N07/5331427396/

Now I'm going to make one for my friend but I need some suggestion and pointers. I'm wondering would it be possible to make it with 2 colors: navy blue/white or navy blue/black. If so, which do you think would make a better matching color for this pattern. Thanks April :D

Crusher said...

This is a lovely scarf, and a wonderful lesson. I recently made a crocheted baktus style scarf and just left it plain. Seeing your lovely fringe made me realize that my scarf was done, but it wasn't finished. Thanks for the lesson in the importance of details.

AprilDraven said...

Maureen: Thanks for the info :) Walmart is my local yarn store unfortunately :( I think I am getting the hang of it now though :)

>phillygrl: Cool! I made a white one too. Such a great accessory :)

Crusher: Thanks! Glad I could help :)

Rachel said...

Hi April!
I absolutely love this shawl and I am dying to crochet it. I am having difficulty understanding the instructions for the pattern. I am a beginner when it comes to crocheting so a little extra explaining is unfortunately necessary. In the second step you put "1 dc in loop, ch 1, 1 dc, ch 3, turn". I am having a hard time figuring out where the 2nd dc goes. Does it go in the same loop as the first? Or in a chain? Please help. Thanks!

Rachel said...

Hi April!
I absolutely love this shawl and I am dying to crochet it. I am having difficulty understanding the instructions for the pattern. I am a beginner when it comes to crocheting so a little extra explaining is unfortunately necessary. In the second step you put "1 dc in loop, ch 1, 1 dc, ch 3, turn". I am having a hard time figuring out where the 2nd dc goes. Does it go in the same loop as the first? Or in a chain? Please help. Thanks!

renee said...

I saw this scarf on ravelry and I couldn't believe it! Years ago when I saw that movie all I could concentrate on was that scarf. I barely remember anything about the plot, but I remembered that scarf! When I saw the name of the pattern I knew exactly what it was! I thought it was so cool! I was just beginning to crochet when I first saw Sweet November and I didn't have the skillz to just look at a pattern and figure out how to work it. And I never could make myself watch the movie again to try and figure it out now. But I always wished I could make that scarf and now I can! So THANK YOU, THANK YOU for creating the pattern!!

AprilDraven said...

Rachel: I added a note in the pattern that might help. Also read some of the comments. I have answered that question a few times.

Renee: Thanks! and Your Welcome :)

Dana Wright said...

Love this scarf and you are now officially bookmarked on my iPad.

Best,
Dana @ sheknitswhensheshouldbewriting.blogspot.com/

CARMELITA said...

I love this movie it is one of my favorites...thanks for sharing sorry by my english I am mexican. Oh! by the way: you look so beautiful in the picture ok? I like your blog!

Claudia said...

Thank you so much for posting this beautiful scarf and sharing the pattern. I'm excited to make it!
Claudia Burdick

Kammy said...

Great pattern. I just came across your blog today through the Hooked on Crochet e-mail and thought it was beautiful.

I noticed that several people asked about the word loop in the comments and you did a great job of explaining it. I am finishing up a shawl from a Lion Brand pattern that also works the stitches into the space created in the previous row and they used the term chain space and explained it as ch-space = space previously made. Your explanation was a bit clearer, but if people are used to seeing the Lion Brad abbreviation, they msy grasp the meaning quicker.

Rachel said...

Hi April,
I just wanted to let you know that I figured out the pattern! The diagram you made really helped! Thank you so much for taking the time to one, post this pattern on your website free of charge and two, to explain the pattern. You have a real talent for crocheting. Can't wait to tackle some of your other patterns.

AprilDraven said...

Thanks Everyone. I really tried to explain it better. Hopefully it is easier now. I get better everyday so one day I will go back over everything and make it better. I just haven't had the time because I keep making new things.

Sorry it took so long to respond I have been super busy and have been trying to get caught up for a while now.

Angela said...
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Angela said...

Nice job making a pattern for something you wanted! I have done it myself, but not so successfully. Your pics are really very good! I will have to give this a try!

Karen said...

Hi April! I get the Hooked on Crochet newsletter and your link was on the email. It immediately caught my attention. I LOVE the scarf/shawl you have created and can not wait to get started on one! I love to crochet, but don't have a lot of free time, but this makes me want to pick up my hooks and get started right now! Thanks so much for sharing the pattern!
Karen

John Hablinski said...

Just a note to say thanks for the free pattern… I like to do that when I come across such things from a real person. Of course a part of me knows every pattern has a creator, but names and contact info aren’t always at hand. In the interest of truth I suppose I should say I am rather compelled to send these notes, my Dear Old Sainted Mother was rather a stickler for thank you notes, and promised me a good old fashion haunting should I fail. I’m inclined to believe her, to my knowledge she only lied to me once, and that at about the age of three; she told me, strait faced, the fried green tomatoes she set before me was meat with seeds. I didn’t fall for the ploy; I was three, not stupid. John

SILVERSTRATIONS said...

I have this soft gold sparkly yarn this is perfect for. It is an easy pattern and so pretty. Im working on it in the office when things are slow.

AprilDraven said...

Thanks Everyone I am glad you enjoy the pattern.

John thanks for the thank you and cute story :)

Cindy said...

the scarf is beautiful but could you send me the pattern in email as the site has comments printed over your pattern and i cant get the pattern. Thank You Cindy oliviahuns@aol.com

Claribel said...

I just finished the scarf/shawl and it turned out beautiful. Crochet is very "in" this spring and summer so I will be busy crocheting a few more to accesorize my outfits! Thank you for sharing! Greetings from Puerto Rico!

Fanens said...

This looks amazing! I'd really love to make myself one but for some reason text loads over your pattern on my computer. Would you be able to email me the pattern? fanenscrochet@gmail.com Thank you so much! And again, wonderful job! I can only hope some day I am good enough to write my own patterns.

mads said...

Hi,
My name Madhavi. I tried the Sweet November Scarf and it turned out so beautiful. Thanj you so much for the Method as to how to do it. I made it for my daughter and she loved it. Instead of 44 rows I did 55.
Thank you so much.

Rachel said...

Hi April! I was wondering how you joined new yarn to the Sweet November Shawl project. Because the stitches are not tight and compact, I am having difficulty figuring out how to join the yarn so that it is secure but at the same time not loose or sloppy looking. Thanks!

jd said...

april,
i'd love to feature some of your designs on my blog. please contact me.

jd in st louis

crochet@craftgossip.com
http://crochet.craftgossip.com

Angie said...

I can't figure this pattern out. Where it says dc...do I dc in a loop or where? I've been trying it all day, and I just cannot figure it out. I don't know what i'm missing.

Saya said...

I can't get it to become a descent triangle.. D: what am I doing wrong?

I tried to crochet as loosely as possible because I tend to crochet quite firmly, but it's still turning away into a slightly rounding triangle instead of just being a triangle.

RenJac said...

Hi April, Here is my black one I just finished :)
Hope you don't mind I added your blog link to it...

http://thesimplelife2015.blogspot.com/2012/11/aprils-sweet-november-scarfshawl.html

RenJac said...

lol finished another brown one, these are addicting to make
http://thesimplelife2015.blogspot.com/2012/11/new-crochet-brown-scarfshawl.html

Angela Shernock said...

I am trying to make one and I am confused , still kinda new to this so hopefully not a dumb question. when you chain 3 and turn is that your first double crochet ? some patterns say the chain 3 counts as a double crochet and I was going by that because I didn't know and I have a decent triangle going but it still seems kinda small at row 30 compared to yours... am I doing it wrong?

Angela Shernock said...

RenJac, tried to look at your shawl's on your blog but it says I have to be invited to see them

Edith Maldonado said...

love this scarf! i`m a beginner in crochet, us there a video? It`s hard for me to understand written instructions, thanks!

blogcenter said...

i m a big fan of winter scarves i have a huge collection of scraves i look your scraf it;s realy beautifull

Claudia said...

Hello, April!
I´m totally in love with your pattern and I´ve just finished mine! It´s perfectly written. Thanks a lot for sharing!
I haven´t posted it on my blog yet, but I intend to do it soon; I´d like to ask you if I could post a translation into Portuguese, as my blog readers can´t read it in English. Of course I´ll link to the original pattern, giving you all the credits. I respect it a lot! :)
Best regards, from Brazil
Claudia

Ehm said...

Hi April,

Thanks so much for sharing. I've always loved the scarves/shawls that Charlize wore in the film and searched for a pattern. I've came close to knitting one similar for Christmas gifts, however, this crochet pattern is so much more easier and faster that it will be shawls for all my gals this year for Christmas and birthdays . I'm more of intermediate knitter, and a novice at crochet. I found your pattern a tad confusing at first to read, however, after a few attempts it all became clear. The pattern is a different take on a granny square. I've finished 3 of these shawls already, however, i'm looking for the drape that Charlize's had in the film. I've tried 3 different types of yarns and experimented with different sizes of hooks, I guess maybe 4th times a charm...


If you have any advice on the yarn I should use to be able to get the drape described would be much appreciated.

Thank you so much once again for posting this very easy pattern, as well as a all of your other lovely crafty patterns.

btw, do you have a youtube blog as well?


Cheers,
Ehm

blogcenter said...

aawa totally sweet november pose pic are perfect n ur vr looking great and scarf look beautifull on you online scarf shop

HumbleServant said...

I would like to make it for a man. So I thought rectangle shape would be better. Can you explain the pattern if I want to make it in a rectangle shawl?
Thanks

Unknown said...

Hi....

Where is the picture????

thnks

Sandra Morelli
sandramorelli@gmail.com

Crissounnette said...

Hello,
Thank you so much for your pattern.
I'm working on a shawl. It's great to do!
You can see the beginning on my bog.
http://crissounnette.blogspot.fr/2013/08/sweet-november-shawl.html
Perhaps if you are ok, I'll make a french translation.
See you

Crissounnette

Janie Cooper Ryan said...

I don't know what I'm doing wrong, but I end up with more stitches when I start a new row than I when I finish the row. It's probably so simple, but I can't see it to save my life. Please help!

Patricia Faith said...

I finished adding the fringe to this just this morning, having made the 'body' of it yesterday. It went right out the door with my daughter. She loved it, Thank You :)