Just popping in to post a rustic, triangular Balsam Scarf/shawl, using wonderful Remix yarn by Berroco. It’s a recycled yarn that contains nylon, cotton, acrylic, silk, and linen, and it is nicely textured and a joy to work with. This is the second shawl I’ve made using this yarn. It may be hard to see in the photo – the Eggplant is a deep purple shade that is flecked with pink and white tweed. There are three generous tassels for the corners.
It has been awhile since I tackled an amigurumi figure, and I really miss the challenge, so recently I began a project from the newly-published Zoomigurumi Favorites collection. I’ll keep the identity a mystery, for now, but I should be finished as soon as I receive one crucial part in the mail. A photo above shows two tiny, crocheted garden goodies that are waiting for the ami, once he’s finished. I’m looking forward to sharing this mystery figure with you.
2 thoughts on “New Balsam shawl and amigurumi WIP”
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The shawl looks lovely, and yes I can see the flecks of other colour in it. What lovely wool!
The little snacks are too cute for words! I could never make something so dainty! Well done
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Thank you very much! 😀