Wednesday, 19 September 2012

WIP-Angora Scarf

I made the first scarf for myself.

Thank Fizule71 for offering this amazing Angora Scarf pattern.

I wore it on Monday when Julia and I planned to visit the first German-Chinese bilingual Kindergarden not far from where I live. She really liked my scarf. I still have some of the same yarn, so this week I am going to make a similar one for her. She also invited me to join a new team for theater play. I am very excited to join the first meeting this Friday!

Here come the photos of the scarf:


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I finished the edging of the crochet lace top . I will post the finished version soon!

Last weekend we went to a wild-zoo not far from Hamburg (45 mins drive) with a friend's family. The little sweety wore the dress I crocheted for her months ago:

I finished the book
 We started to read this one from Thomas Bernhard together.

We plan to visit a city with friends this weekend, which is called: Glückstadt ("Happycity"). Just for the name, how can I reject going there?:)
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36 comments:

  1. Goodness me - what intricate work on your scarf! I wish I had your patience!

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    1. It is quite simple, but it gets boring soon...

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  2. That scarf is GORGEOUS!!!! What a beautiful pattern!

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    1. Thank you! Thank Fizule71 for the pattern!:)

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  3. The scarf looks so soft, it looks like it would melt if you touched it x

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  4. I know I could never knit or crochet lace, only admire the work of others. Mr. Bennett's remark comes to mind, "No lace, Mrs. Bennett, I beg you!" :D

    I'm terrified of it! But yours is beautiful.

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    1. I have tried knit lace, it was a disaster, though...:) Thank you for your comment.:)

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  5. The Handmaid's Tale is one of my favorite books of all time. Lovely scarf!

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    1. I also like "Alias Grace" from Margaret Atwood a lot!

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  6. What a pretty scarf, it looks so delicate and light.

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    1. Thank you! It is very light but warm!:)

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  7. wow that scarf is so delicate, and I love the grey top. I don't know how to read a crochet pattern so don't think I'd ever be able to make anything so lovely though.


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    1. It took me A LOT OF TIME until I figured out the pattern... But I am really not sure whether I can ever write down one by myself.

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  8. It looks like soft and warm scarf.

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    1. It is exactly soft and warm.:) Thank you for your comment:)

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  9. Lovely scarf! Happy trip to Glückstadt!

    Regula

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    1. Thanks, Regula. Greetings from frozentown Hamburg.:)

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  10. That scarf is amazing, and it just sings of winter. Gorgeous work.

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  11. I want to cuddle that scarf! It looks so soft!!

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    1. It IS VERY SOFT:) But also a little bit itchy...:(

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    1. Thank you! I am so glad to see you here again!

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  13. German-Chinese bilingual- That's a cool combination! The scarf is really gorgeous. I bet it's super soft too!

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    1. Haha, it is a cool combination. I am not sure whether the kids there really love to suffer from Chinese, though:)

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  14. Oh what a pretty scarf! I do love the name of that town too!

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  15. Hi, Yao! I´m really pleased you like my angora scarf pattern. Many thanks for linking it on your blog! L.

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    1. You are welcome! I just love the patterns your offer. I like your blog A LOT!

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  16. Oh, how pretty! I bet that is just lovely to wrap around your neck on the chillier days. Nicely done!

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    1. It is. Especially in the Winter (I am sorry, actually Autumn) in Germany. The weather here is just crazy...Perfect for crocheting scarf, though.:)

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  17. Wow, the detail in this scarf is amazing! And made of angora, must be so soft and luxurious! This must've taken forever for you to make! Thanks for sharing at Hookin On Hump Day!

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