Spring is here and it’s time for a new pattern, Whispering Flowers Infinity Scarf.
This uses less than 100 grams of fingering weight yarn. Shown is Neighborhood Fiber Company Rustic Fingering in the color Georgetown. It’s a very light scarf that works up quickly, perfect for spring. The pattern is available for sale on my Ravelry shop and includes a chart as well as written instructions.
In other news, YarnCon was a blast. I really enjoyed seeing the yarn by the indie dyers. The students in my Tunisian crochet class were great people, all of them A students. Thanks to Natalia for organizing YarnCon and making it a great event.
Here’s a cool yarn bowl I bought at YarnCon from Madison WI potter Alison Wheeler. It works well for my hand wound balls of yarn. Can you believe I don’t own a swift and ball winder?
News you can use:
Did you know that the Craft Yarn Council has a Learning Center online where you can get information about yarn and basic crochet and knit instructions? They also have useful information on standard abbreviations and crochet symbols.
I must leave you with another photo of the Whispering Flowers Infinity Scarf, what a bright and cheerful color. The yarn is Neighborhood Fiber Company’s Rustic Fingering again, this time the color is Charles Village. More technical details on my Ravelry project page.
These are very tiny daffodils that were sold as a potted plant. When the plant died I planted the bulbs and then forgot about them, until this spring.