Friday, 21 October 2016

Autumnal Scarf 2016

Since learning how to crochet it's become a bit of a tradition to make an Autumnal cowl (you can see 2015 here and 2014 here) . This year the tradition has been extended to a scarf, and it's particularly cosy.

The yarn I used was Jarol Shetland Mist which is acrylic with a dmall wool percentage - it's nice and warm and soft to touch.

Looking forward to some crisp cold weather to wear it in!




7 comments:

  1. It is just lovely Helen.
    Hugs,
    Meredith

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  2. It's a lovely scarf. I like the colours and know you'll enjoy and appreciate using it now that the colder autumn weather is here.

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  3. Lovely colors! And it looks just the right time for the scarf - I assume it is freezing cold in the UK as well? Are you coming to the German christmas markets to give the scarf an outing? :D

    Take care
    Anne
    Crochet Between Worlds

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  4. Lovely scarf Helen, I hope you enjoy wearing it as the weather gets colder. Hx

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  5. It's a lovely scarf, and what a nice tradition to have started. I always get the urge to crochet scarves, hats, mittens, ponchos - anything warm really - at this time of year.

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  6. It looks very cosy, I hope you'll enjoy wearing it this autumn and winter. I'm making myself a new scarf too. Hope I can get it finished before the weather gets much colder! x

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