I am working on a new scarf in a lovely cotton rayon yarn. I am finding the color combination to be right up my alley, but it seems to twist quite a lot as I crochet. I am not sure if that is due to the way the LYS wound the yarn, or it it is the yarn itself. Every couple of rows I have to untwist it. This is Olmue, a yarn blend from Chile, 399 yards in a finger weight.
After I experiment a bit more with this one I will post it again with the pattern notes. Not MY pattern, but have never seen it on the web anywhere, and looked in lots of books to no avail. So. I want to try my hand at a couple of variations before divulging the wondrous crochet stitches.
The colors here are "cooler" than in reality. The scarf has more of a lavender/purple hue. The next time I post I'll be sure the coloring is perfect....as perfect as I can get it.
Drool all you want - I'll be back with more!