Browsing Pinterest I saw some Starbucks frappuccino bottles dressed like snowman, they had a cake pop head and wore scarves, nope, they were not crocheted, but then I thought "Hey! I can crochet little scarves for those frappuccino bottles!" and so I did.
I'm going to give some to my son's preschool teacher before the winter break starts and to some other people as thank you tokens. I know they are simple gifts, but they show that I care, that I was trying to make something special. What do you think?
I've been also saving those bottles, so I can serve them with milk or hot chocolate to my little one.
Would you like to make a scarf too? Well, it's a very quick and easy project, so if you are new to crochet you can certainly tackle this!
Row 1: Chain 6, hdc on the 3rd chain from the hook and remaining stitches - turn.
Row 2: Chain 2, hdc until the end of row - turn. (5 hdc in each row)
Repeat row 3 until you have the scarf to the length of your liking. Fasten off, leaving a long tail to sew the scarf or you can make it extra long and make a knot, if you prefer.