An occasion where yarn meets pattern and vice versa. The details are cloudy, but they matched and I set to crocheting. Early – coincidence? – pattern name matches performer name. Read on for “troubles” association.
You’ve Got Your Troubles Shawlette
Dimensions: 70-inch x 32.5-inch (D), approximate Care: Machine wash gentle or hand wash, cold. Lay flat to dry or line dry in shade, or tumble dry low. +
I followed the pattern despite having enough yarn to make a larger item. I think my primary reason was becoming bored with such a mindless stitch pattern? Not sure. Could be crochet/knit fatigue…it could happen!
Criminy! I have been writing this post as a first post for a new project I started today, having forgotten the project I finished today and for which I had been awaiting a sew job by mother, which she finished. I had photographed, measured and BRAIN FART!
Name pertains to hibernation and frogging of Stairway To Heaven, and going in another direction a la Highway To Hell, the primrose path. Highway To Hell also refers to the challenge of knitting with yarn so slippery it does not knot, on slippery needles. Fortunately, I that did not happen at all.
Highway To Hell Scarf
Made from a ribbon yarn laying around my room/workshop and glitter yarn from the raffle basket, won by Rosa at the June 2018 El Segundo Slipt Stitchers guild meeting, and gifted to me.
Dimensions: 64-inch length x 5-inch width ending & 3-inch beginning
Care: Hand wash in cold water with mild liquid soap. Do not rub or twist. Rinse several times in cold clear water. Do not wring. Dry flat away from heat. + Color: Brown-Gold * Content: Metallized Polyester? Cupro Rayon? Lurex? & Weight: 1, Lace ^
Care: Hand wash in cold water with mild liquid soap. Rinse several times in cold clear water. Dry flat away from heat. + Color: Off-White * Content: ? Weight: 5, Bulky ^
Unknown 1 represents the brown-gold glitter yarn and Unknown 2 represents the braided ribbon/tape.