Last year when I met up with a lovely group of bloggers in Stratford upon Avon - hello ladies! - I bought four balls of the most wonderful yarn as a souvenir of the day.
For the longest time though I didn't know what to do with them. I loved the colours and I loved the yarn, but it was too precious to make just any old thing with them. So I saved them and then I had a great idea. I decided to make a stripey scarf. I had seen another one somewhere (sorry can't remember where now!) that was similar with stripes of colour and white in between.
That was the basis for this scarf. I bought some white yarn and added some more colours to the mix. In September my scarf was born.
After quite some time working on this scarf in between projects I finally finished it in December. So today I am finally able to reveal the Ta Dah! moment.
My Primary Stripe Crochet Scarf!
It is incredibly long - which was intentional. It is also quite wide - which was also intentional.
Unfortunately that means that it is quite warm and it hasn't really been cold enough to wear it much yet.
I adore it though!
You can wear it wrapped all around you or just more loosely depending on how you feel.
The colours are so bright and cheery and happy that it makes me smile just to walk past it hanging on the coat rack. This is definitely the most luxurious thing that I have ever crocheted, but I think that it is the one that I love the most and will keep and wear and treasure the most. For the memories of a great day out, and for the scarf itself.
I don't have any further details of stitch, pattern, yarn etc to give out at the moment, but this will be forthcoming in due course if you can bear with me!
In the meantime I hope that you like seeing it.