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March 16, 2011

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Lynne

I've just found this, again, thanks to a link over at Judys 'a very fine house'. I'm looking forward to having a go while I try and decide on the colours I want to use for my ripple blanket.

Liset

Wow! This is the moat beautiful thing! I am very inspired to make one for my mom! She has cancer and is often chilly so i know she would love to be wrapped in flowers!

Paula Amershek

WOW that is so Beautiful and the work is Amazing! You have such a Gift!! Thank You for Sharing!

Klart

I love it.This inspired me to try my own version you can see it at http://klartkraft.wordpress.com/2012/11/12/bufanda-de-patchwork/ I wihs you like it. Your blog its wonderfull

Margarete Manes

Adoro o colorido de suas peças, parabéns pelo bom gosto e obrigada pela generosidade de compartilhar seu conhecimento.

Amanda

I couldn't find the book that this scarf pattern is in. I looked on B&N. Would you be willing to contact me via e-mail to chat about this? :)

Dimple

It is beautiful. Colorful and feminine. I like it!

About blocking: One can block acrylic and other man-made fibers, using steam. It works really well: pin the FO to the dimensions desired, being sure to pin out any curls, scrunches, and such. Then using a steam iron or wet press cloth and dry iron, steam the object holding the iron just above the fabric. Don't rest the iron on your work or the texture will be changed. Remove the press cloth if you used one, let everything cool and dry, remove the pins, and you're done!

farziana anwar

you are the great mother with your many activities, so wonderful .

Sandra Irish

Absolutely GORGEOUS!

Julie Devine

Hi Lucy absolutely gorgeous! thankyou for sharing x ps I am desperately trying to get the pattern can you help??? Julie

Nicoleta

Thank you for the post! Gorgeous scarf!

Mike

You look super pretty Lucy with all those home made flowers on you. It's interesting because you feel accomplished when you finish something. At the same time though you can feel empty because your not challenged anymore.

Nicoleta

"là, tout n'est qu'ordre et beauté/ Luxe, calme et volupté"

Nicoleta

tu es belle, l'écharpe aussi
comme dit: "là, tout n’est qu'ordre et beauté/ luxe, calme et volupté"

Holger

My wife is freaking out, she loves your work ;-)

Carol Pirozek

I so LOVE this square!!! Do you sell your pattern anywhere maybe?? Thanks! Carol

Het Farrington

Hi I love this pattern but the book you got the pattern from is not there in the link you give. I have looked in other sites and googled but nothing has come back. Do you have the pattern you could share with me as I have mastered the first four rounds but don't seem to be able to get the petals to look right on the 6th round. I am really itching to get on with this if you could help. Thank you Het.

Erin

It is so beautiful. If I were to buy the book, how do I decipher the pattern since it is written in Japanese? You did an amazing job.

tia mia

Absolutely beautiful! Would also make a beautiful rug....have a question re: rugs that I am hoping you can help me with. If this pattern was used to create a rug, what is the best "backing" for crocheted rugs {to give it some weight and stability.} Thanks again, Lucy for all of your inspiring work!

ann2478

Your Flower Scarf is beautiful, I am fair at crocheting , Still practicing. Seeing your Scarf makes me want to be adventuress , and try new things. Thank You so much . Enjoy your Blog.

shelley

do you have a pattern for these crocheted flowers to make this beautiful scarf. thanks

Andrea Fredrickson

So beautiful! I haven't crocheted in years, but a friend of mine wanted to learn and sent me a link to your blog and begged me to teach her how to make lovely things like you. I've been crocheting all month. Thanks for the inspiration - in Austin, Texas! (btw - any idea how to get Elizabeth Cat's pattern? That blog is now private.)

Eve

OMG! I just find your site. This scarf is just beauiful! Please teach me I will pay you! :) I am not good in followng the Japanese pattern.

Help

Thanks

Eve

Nancy

I just love that scarf. Where can I get the pattern? The colors are beautiful.

val

un bonjour du sud de la france pour dire tout simplement MANIFIQUE ton site mais aurait-tu la fiche thecnique de la fleur de l'écharpe japonaise merci beaucoup

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