You know when you get the perfect marriage of stitch pattern and yarn? That’s what we have here with Courtney Carter’s Seaside Aurora Borealis.
The pattern looks difficult at first glance, but is very intuitive and easily memorized. If you use the same gorgeous self-striping yarn, you will never have a minute of boredom as those colors are extraordinary.
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I haven’t had an opportunity to try Ice Yarns but they’ve certainly created a buzz in the online crochet communities I visit!
Have a peek at Primadonna self-striping yarn at the Ice Yarns website HERE.
Pick up your free crochet pattern from Crocheting Crazy at HERE.
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