Last Wednesday I ‘fessed up to having started a new crochet project, and although it was an expensive spur-of-the-moment project it was also, mercifully, a quick one. The pattern is straightforward, and it was a pleasure to do something which came together so quickly (near-instant gratification is not to be sniffed at).
I mentioned in my WIP post that my flowers had come out smaller than the ones in the pattern, and as such I had to lengthen my rows across the length of the scarf, meaning that my scarf is made up of 50 flowers instead of 34 – but what’s sixteen extra flowers between friends?
It’s so pretty, but I’m already drowning in scarves so I will have to find a home elsewhere for it!
Yarn info: 2.5 skeins of Noro Silk Garden Lite (shade: 2048). 45% silk, 45% kid mohair, 10% lamb’s wool.