I’ve made lots of progress on the crochet scarf that I showed you all when I first started a week or two ago. The good news is that I’m really loving the way this yarn is stitching up in linen stitch. Definitely my new favourite stitch (yes, okay, I know I say that whenever I come across a stitch I like) I’m not the biggest fan of variegated yarn usually but the colour changes in this are just long enough and the stitch close enough that it looks really nice.
The bad news is that, yes, I didn’t chain enough and its a bit too short. I’m definitely going to be adding sections onto the end but my dilemma is whether or not I’ll have enough yarn to do this and/or whether I should do it in a different colour. Looking through my stash these are the colours that could possibly work.
What do you think? Green, dark green or the weird limey green (my mum calls it vomit green but I actually really like the colour). The green is pretty much a match for the darkest green in the scarf.
Which would you choose or do you think I should just try very hard to do it in the same yarn? (the ball of variegated yarn looks bigger than it is, I was working from the centre so its pretty hollow right now) I don’t want to buy any yarn to finish this as the whole point was to use up the left over King Cole flash I had.
And should I do two equal sections on either end or one larger colour block on one end? Questions, questions.