Now, that’s some task.
I followed her instructions for the start and the main body, then I had to handle to most difficult part: the holes. As you can see I made 5, not 6, for no particular reason other than that I like uneven numbers better, lol. Apart from this, and from a completely different way of working, the scarf should be quite similar to the original, but worked in the characteristc Tunisian basic stitch.
Both Brunella and I are proud of the result and, with authorization from the author of the original, Alpi Alpenrose, I’m writing the pattern for the TC version of this lovely scarf.
Stay tuned if you’re interested, for hopefully the instructions will be available soon! It’s an easy and quick project, IMHO ideal for someone who’s willing to try something more difficult than a plain rectangular scarf, or for a more expert crocheter who’d like to relax a bit between intricate projects.
In the meantime tell me, what do you think about it?