On Monday, we had a respite from the heat wave and I was able to finish the Bruges lace scarf.

I’m trying to pretend it isn’t 90 degrees out.

I started this during the Bruges lace class I took with Tatyana Mirer at Knit-A-Way back in June.  The pattern is the Sparkling Wave Scarf from Margaret Hubert‘s The Complete Photo Guide to Crochet.

This scarf is intended as a winter holiday gift for one of my dear friends, OB.  She has a preference for charcoal grey, black, and white.  Even though I’ve been trying to make my holiday gifts using stash yarn for my Holiday Stashdown Challenge, I didn’t have any suitable colors for her, so I bought some madelinetosh tosh sport in Kale at Knitty City.

As usual, I found a glaring mistake when photographing it.  But I don’t think OB will notice, and the ends were already woven in, so I’m letting it go.

Here’s a detail of the Bruges wave pattern.

I’m not sure if I’m going to block this before giving it to her.  I have five months to decide, so I’m not too worried about it right now.  You can see more details on my Ravelry project page.

For more finished objects, visit Tami’s Amis.

FO Friday: My version of the Sparkling Wave Scarf

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