Today I want to show you all the different scarves I have accomplished so far. Let me say that I love scarves. I could wear them all the time!
The first one is made with the hairpin crochet technique. I am not sure I will use it again as it is very bulky and hard to keep count, especially when you need two parts which are supposed to have the same length.
The second one is "My so-called scarf". I really liked the pattern. It was fun to do and not the least boring. The yarn I used was from a recycled sweater from the 90s. I wasn't sure how the colours would come out but I am quite satisfied with the result. It somehow reminds me of the jungle.
This is my absolute favourite. It is the Dream Swatch Head Wrap from knit and tonic. I used the given Alchemy yarn for it and I have to say, it is absolutely fabulous! The colours, the texture - I just love it. As the scarf is a bit short, I have to find a way to lay a hand on a second skein. Although it is expensive, it is worth it.
This is my latest scarf (wrap) project. It is the Print O' The Waves Stole by Eunny. Her projects are amazing. She is one of the most creative persons I have ever come about. I just want to do all her projects at once! Don't be baffled by the different colour of the cast-on. I tried Eunny's way of doing an invisible cast-on. This project is quite challenging becuase of the lace and the different techniques but I hope I will see it through.