Thursday, November 20, 2014

Flower Scarf Update

It's beautiful yarn, this Invicta Colour by Scheepjeswol, I love the colors and it's soft and warm. But like I said it's a bit of a challenge for me, since I love to play around with colors. Probably the meaning of a variegated yarn is that it forms some kind of a pattern by it self. In that case I failed...
Sometimes it took to long before the color I wanted to use showed up, so I cheated and wound up the wool into little balls.


11 comments:

  1. Hi Atty! Glad you love that yarn as well, I think the colours are so pretty! <3
    What will you do with the yarn you skipped? Are you not going to use it?
    I would be more inclined to keep going with the flow of the changing colours.
    However, I got an idea: You could use the yarn from both ends, that way you got more colour variations, if you wanted to have contrasting colours next to each other.
    Like your other projects, I think it will turn out so beautiful and stunning!
    Keep going, I look forward to see how it's growing!!
    Veel haakplezier nog! :)
    Ingrid xx
    http://myfunkycrochet.blogspot.be

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    1. I use the yarn I skip! I just divided the wool and grab what ever color I want to. :-)

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  2. Beautiful yarn and beautiful flowers. I don't think you failed at all :)

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  3. It's going to be very beautiful! I love the colours!

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  4. Lovely scarf and fun idea to get to the colours you really like or need at the time.

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  5. Where can I purchase the pattern
    Plz respond to.. Shelly7788@aol.com

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    1. you can find it here for free: http://atty-s.blogspot.nl/2014/11/flower-scarf-pattern.html

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  6. I love the way you have divided up the variegated yarn! Very Creative.

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  7. Dividing up the variegated yarn sort of defeats the purpose. I understand you wanted starker colour changes. Then why buy variegated yarn in the first place, and not 5-6 different colours?

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    1. Like I said, it was a challenge to use this yarn and I failed in letting the yarn form a pattern....

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