When I was first diagnosed with cancer, I had just had my daughter and I was 36 years old (diagnosed on my birthday). I was told that I probably wouldn't see my 14 year old son graduates high school and definitely not see my 2 year old daughter grow up.
Fast forward 14 years. My son graduates high school and got married and I was here to see both. And my daughter? She is now 16, in high school theatre and I'm here to see it all.
So, The Scarf. I wanted to treat myself to a luxurious scarf that would turn heads. I scoured through various yarn co-ops and hand dyers. I didn't quite know what I was looking for but I would know her when I saw her.
* Hand spun
* Hand dyed. The colors are to die for.
* South American wool average 20 microns merino wool; uber soft (40 microns is itchy wool)
* British Blue Face Leicester Curly Fleece (adds texture and depth)
* All wool is from mulesing free flocks
SoI made one and have been asked about making more. The yarn comes in from all over the world, it is hand spun and hand dyed. The yarn is available in small batches only and no two scarves will be the same.