labrige wrote:Hello ! I'm Labrige, from Rouen, Normandy (France, Europe), and I'll try to refresh my american-english vocabulary !
I really loved the last CAL and KAL, and the afghans were appreciated a lot (the first one has since the last sewing knot done an important place on my armchair !!!).
This challenge, "meteo-challenge", is fantastic ! Here, the sky is very often grey ... light grey, dark grey .... it is raining, sometines snowing, often windy ....
No ...; as a matter of fact, it in only what remains in our mind ! In fact, we also have a lot of sun, blue skies (with light white clouds ....) : if you know about Impressionism, Monet, Giverny, ... you can see what I mean ... The light here is very special, and a lot of great painters came here in the late 19°and 20° century and tried to caught these impressions.
So, maybe my scarf will be mainly grey ... and no (in our hearts only !)
The temperature is also quite"soft" : sometimes -10°C (rare !), sometimes +35°C (rare !), but mainly between 5 and 20 ...
While watching the rain (not today, the sun is trying to come !), I'll think of the best way of picking this and maybe I'll be surprised at the end of it !!!
See your works soon .... and show mine ...
MarijaW wrote:Hi, I'm Marija from Fort Collins, Colorado where we have had a rather warm winter so far. I love the idea and picked up my yarn over the weekend. I'm using Cascade 220 Sport weight and a wavy design. I also decided I wanted to be a full 2013 scarf, so I went back and knitted up January. Really brought home how warm January was!
honeynutbrown wrote:Hi! I'm Kristen Cooper (from Honey Nutbrown's). I'm going to be doing this scarf in a horseshoe stitch pattern using different shades of blue (ombre). I'm using the Bernat Satin for this project. I think this time around I am going to be doing increments of ten degrees (we have a huge variation in our Northern BC weather. In January the daily highs spanned 35 degrees!). I am looking forward to seeeing how this one turns out, it is already vastly different from my original scarf http://400squareftliving.blogspot.ca/se ... re%20Scarf.
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