Headbands are a great summer accessory, and this one is especially easy to make yourself. All you need are strips of various materials and a piece of elastic to hold everything together.
Dress up a pair of sunglasses! Embellish the arms by gluing on beads strung on wire.
Summer may have just started, but if you’re like me and it takes you months to finish crocheting a scarf, you can start making this chunky cowl to keep you warm later this year.
Reuse old fabric scraps to make this cute pouch that you can use for practically anything - makeup, toiletries, a travel bag…
This simple sewed pouch can be used for anything from a sunglasses case to a gift bag.
Puff Stitch Scarf
To crochet this scarf, I used Red Heart Super Saver yarn from Michael’s in light blue and a 5 mm crochet hook. The pattern is simple, just keep crocheting rows of puff stitches until it’s as long as you want. The original pattern said 12 stitches per row, but I thought that was too wide and would make it uncomfortably chunky when I wore it, so I cut it down to 8. With 95 rows, mine was 5” across and about 5’ long, then I sewed the ends together to make it a circle scarf.
Full tutorial here.