I do really like how it's turned out. And it's light enough that I can wear it inside, too, as an accessory, which I've done a couple of times now. I've been wearing this quite a lot, to tell the truth. My dream is that someone I don't know, somewhere will stop me to tell me how beautiful it is and where did I get it. I know that this won't happen, because everybody these days wears gorgeous scarves, so mine really isn't anything out of the ordinary. But I did come close today, to that dream. When I was at the counter in Lewiscraft, the clerk reached out to my scarf and asked what kind of yarn it was, and how beautiful it is (the yarn) and how much she loves Noro. It's close to gushing over the scarf itself, so I'll take it.
And now more pictures.
These were taken on my oh-so-picturesque balcony of concrete.
But the trip out today wasn't just to display the scarf (although that may have been enough to keep me happy). I also made a stop at Lush, and picked up some fun bath stuff that I plan to bring on my next hotel stay. I love using a bath tub that gets cleaned every day, as opposed to my own, that get cleaned... um. Yep, it gets cleaned.
I love the Lush stuff - it's so pink and pretty and smells so yummy.
Then it was off to Lewiscraft, where I encountered the wonderful Noro-wise sales clerk,
and greatly expanded my stash with much yarn that I have no idea what to
do with. But I really like the bright orange, fluffy stuff. That may end up yet another scarf, unless I can think of something else fun.
And, finally, I picked up a little something for Sebastian.