Love the green scarf, would be nice even in warmer climates with the open stitching.
Congrats! You are so talented!
Congratulations!!I've lurked on your blog for a while now. :) The Ammonite Scarf is gorgeous!
Hi Ellen--I love Tara's Tunisian scarf design in Crochet Accessories, but have a problem with the Row 2 forward pick up--since it is a decrease row, I don't get 14 loops, but more like 7 or 8, depending upon how you count. From the photo, it looks as though there would be 14 lps if it were crossed stitch--eg skip one bar, pick up and then go back and pick up. The gauge doesn't work out, even with a 6.0mm hook. I've made a couple of garments in Tunisian (remember the old Exciting Crochet from the UK?) and a number of items with double-ended crochet hooks, so I am not new to the technique. I just can't figure out what is meant by the instructions in Row 2--please let me know what I am missing.Love the pet photos. I spin pet hair, and am always seeking more dog breeds for my collection of samples. It is great for trimming hats. My business name is Furry Friends Fibreworks. Cheers Susan
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