The Top 10 Patterns of 2013…Chosen By You!

Happy New Year Lovelies!  We made it…another year and a fresh new beginning!  2013 was a fabulous and fun time for Fiber Flux…I dug around and compiled this list of the most visited patterns of 2013…did you make any of these?  Comment below which one(s)…I love hearing about all of your projects!

The number 1 most popular pattern of 2013:

Pavement Infinity Scarf

Number 2:

Fiona Button Scarf

Number 3:

Baby Bear Hat

Number 4:

Vanilla Bean Scarf

Number 5:

Bubblegum Cowl

Number 6:

Pinot Noir Infinity Scarf

Number 7:

Ginger Snap Infinity Scarf

Number 8:

Gelato Infinity Scarf

Number 9:

Gold Leaf Infinity Scarf

Number 10:

Butternut Squash Neckwarmer

Happy stitching folks!

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7 thoughts on “The Top 10 Patterns of 2013…Chosen By You!

  1. Thank You! I crocheted 2 scarves for my grandson's girlfriend and used the stitch pattern to crochet an afghan for my sister-in-law. They turned out beautifully.

  2. Thank you for the beautiful patterns. I have done three of the top ten scarves and have another one on my needles right now. Happy New Years!

  3. Number 4 is one that I have made several times! I love the pattern; I have made it in a different color each time. I have made 1 for myself in red and several in different colors to donate to charities. Thanks so much for the pattern. I really enjoy your blog!

  4. I would like to say Thank you for these beautiful patterns. I made everyone a scarf for the holiday season and they LOVED them. I made several #1 (which is my favorite, it works up nicely and goes really quick. I've also made two #4 and one #6.. I'm new to crocheting and these patterns were perfect. I love that you show exactly where you should put your hook in the stitch. The videos were very helpful as well. Thanks a bunch Looking forward to more crochet patterns

  5. I made the pavement infinity scarf after making the butternut squash cowl. Loved how easy they were to make and turned out warm and gorgeous. Now to find cold weather to wear them in…..I live in Florida. Thank you so very much for sharing your patterns. ūüôā keep them coming!

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