For a while.
Well, that is until the next pretty yarn or yarn combination catches my eye and causes me to wonder what it would look like crocheted in this very cool linen stitch.
This is another made with Loops & Threads Woolike yarn. The colors are Chocolate, Denim, Ice Blue, and Beige:
Loops & Threads Woolike is classified as a superfine yarn. It is very soft and, double-stranded I find it makes a nice cushy, but not bulky, scarf.
I still need to work the fringe and I'm torn over whether to braid it, or leave it loose. A friend suggested making short braids (like a couple inches, maybe?) to see if I liked that, but if I don't then I've got a scarf I've spent a lot of hours on that I don't like. Please weigh in your preference.
Or loose fringe?
And before someone suggests weaving in all those ends, let me just say....No. One of the joys in using this yarn (double-stranded) is the self fringing that I get. ;^)
As a progress report on last week's scarf, I have to report I have made none. But I did find a petty basket to store it in:
Here is a link to the Ravelry page where you can find the pattern for this scarf. While this scarf takes some time (I'm thinking there might be close to 10 hours in each scarf), it is a very easy crochet stitch and can be worked up in a variety of yarns and combination of yarns for a unique look every time.
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