A very warm scarf crocheted in Deborah Norville’s Saturate, the latest addition to her collection of yarn. She calls this “air wool” because it has the warmth of wool without the weight.
I have noticed that this yarn gets wider and narrower and this seems to be a feature of every ball I’ve used. I don’t think it’s a defect but rather the way the yarn is spun. It gives the scarf a 3-dimensional texture to the stitches.
The color combination is called Fluorite and the colors fairly jump out at you! The purple is a deep grape and then the plum wine and I didn’t know what to call this blue except crystal blue. It reminds me of ice crystals in addition to Flourite crystals.
Width: 7″ and Length: 75″ without fringe and 85″ with fringe
Fluoritte: Purple, Plum, and Crystal Blue,
Care: Machine wash gentle, tumble dry low. Do not bleach, do not iron, do not dry clean.