Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Tunisian Patina Scarf PDF available! CAL:Tunisian

I call this the 'Patina Scarf' because the yarn, Lorna's Laces Lion and Lamb, in this colorway reminds me of the patina that occurs on the surface of ornamental metal. It was in Inside Crochet, issue 5, where they named it the 'Tunisian Scarf'. This scarf, though, is wide enough to be a shoulder wrap and I also had it tied in Japanese Obi fashion as a belt. Above, I am talking with (L-R) Shannon Mullett-Bowlsby (Shibaguyz), Rebecca Velasquez, and Karen Whooley. (The above photo is by Vashti Braha) (The above photo is by Rebecca Velasquez)

This is the pattern we will be using in the Tunisian Crochet Along. It will likely begin September 1.

This scarf is only 2 different rows to learn. Very easy. Buy the PDF now for $6.00 USD


pam said...

I have that issue in pdf. I will print the pattern. I just got a whole set of bamboo tunisian hooks on ebay, cheap (12 for 19.95). I've been waiting for inspiration. Also have some Lorna's Lace yarn from a UFO that I frogged. Great use of all. Thanks.

Kimberly and Abby said...

My hubby and I will be participating together. Our LYS no longer carries Lorna's Laces, so we subbed yarn. This will be fun. We've been wanting to learn Tunisian for a while now.