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While browsing through my list of favorite designers, I discovered this beauty from Mary at Croyden Crochet. Isn’t it lovely?
Mary has made this little shoulder scarf in a lightweight self-striping art yarn in the Yarn Bee line. “Urban Chic” is a size 3 DK weight in an acrylic/cotton blend. It has the softness of cotton with the easy care of acrylic.
If you don’t have access to the Yarn Bee line, there are lots of other choices in self-striping or even solid colors. If you have access to Yarn Bee, though, take a look at one of the projects on Ravelry HERE. This is a gorgeous colorway.
I wish I had a Hobby Lobby handy to me so I can look at Urban Chic more closely (meaning touch and feel and cuddle, of course).
Here is another photo of Mary’s project so you can get a better idea of how it looks when worn. Such a fabulous gift for someone, including yourself!
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This giveaway is for six balls of Cascade Yarns Cash Vero DK yarn as shown. Cash Vero is a gorgeous silky soft yarn. It would be perfect for the featured project, if you wanted a solid color. It would make beautiful accessories like fingerless mitts, hats, scarves and cowls. You will love it!
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