Falling Water Scarf
A while back, I posted that I was thinking of making the Falling Water Scarf with some lovely purple sock yarn I got at Stitches West.
My friend Lisa (who never comments here -- ahem) did that very thing! And here is her lovely daughter modeling said scarf:
"When I read your blog a month or so ago, you had just brought some very cool yarn and you were contemplating what to do with it. You pointed to a few patterns for a scarf that you were considering. I loved one of the patterns, so used it on some yarn of mine. Once I made the scarf, I realized it probably would look better as a solid color, rather than this Koigu thing I did, but trust me, it looks absolutely gorgeous with my light blue winter jacket. I finished up the scarf in Hawaii and thought I would just block it, then put it away til next fall. Little did I know we would get an inch of snow a few days ago, and it came in handy while I was walking the dogs (in my winter parka) at 6:00 am."
Lisa lives in Minnesota. 'Nuff said.
I guess I'd better get busy turning my own yarn into this scarf, now.
Labels: Fallling Water Scarf