When my daughter was home I was going to have her model a couple of scarves for my blog, but I totally forgot so I had to use my standby model.  You know which one I'm talking about.
The one that's isn't very cooperative.  I told her to look at me and this is what she did. I'm sorry Lucy but this is the price to have to pay for being in this family.
These are two different scarves, they are just the exact same color. This one you can pull up over your head so it acts as a hat as well, but Lucy would have no part of that. 
I have a very good reason for have two scarves the same color, (actually I three) as some of you know we went to Florida for two weeks last winter and I brought  along a little crocheting to do, just in case. Well it was so cold down there I spent the evenings inside crocheting so I ran out of yarn. I went to JoAnn's and bought the wrong yarn, do you know they have at least three different weights of yarn all in the same color?  Well this is what I did with the left over yarn. You can find the original scarf here.
And as long as I'm in the scarf mode I don't think I ever posted a picture of the other Rapunzel scarf I made so here it is.
This last one was supposed to be a knitting project.
It was one of those when you buy the yarn you get the pattern for free. My friend that was with me convinced me I could handle it. She bought some yarn as well and whipped hers out in no time.  After struggling with mine she helped me get started but as soon as she wasn't by my side it all went down hill and after ripping it out four times I hinted that she should make it for me and I would pay her, but nope, she told me I could do it.  Well I did it alright, I ripped it out one more time and crocheted it instead.

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