At first I didn’t like the look of the "Pidge" kind of like, “you didn’t finish the scarf?” but after I saw it on a few woman at my
Oh crappers, I thought I'd have enough yarn to do a simple single crochet edge around this quad cable plait, but looky here, I just couldn't get to the end. I finally ripped the edge and a few rows so I could get enough to re-edge it.
About 2 hours later, with some black velvet buttons, I have my first Pidge. I wear a lot of black and silver so this color is perfect for me. I wish you could feel this yarn, the softness, especially around your neck, is like eating a fine chocolate or drinking a fine Merlot. I'm turning into a yarn snob.
This chartreuse Pidge is a color I have NEVER used or have in my wardrobe. I like it with black. I don’t know what yarn this is, the yarn label was off this leftover skien from teaching at the Knit Out. I think it might be a Lion Brand yarn. Again, I added simple black velvet buttons.
Have you made a Pidge? What do you think, are they ugly like a dickey or do they have an air of elegance? I'm still on the fence, but I do LOVE my Marisol Sulka yarn, and I'm wearing it close to my heart!