Matching vs Coordinating
For many years I have striven to make things "match".
I have come to the conclusion that "matching" is too much pressure and sort of boring anyhow.
I am now on a "coordinating" quest.
I'll see how that works for me and report back.
This "coordinating" set started with a double strand of the below Mosiac yarn from the stash
and the Urban Slouchy Hat Pattern from here.
(once again I only went to row 6 for 56 around - row 7 and 72 made it too big)
It is thick and it is warm!
There was still leftover yarn so...
a scarf was added to the order:
But there was not quite enough yarn so I added the leftovers
of the Cascade yarn from here:
This color does not "match" any of the colors in the Mosiac yarn;
however, it might "coordinate".
This is the same crochet stitch and edge pattern that I used for
the Diversity Scarf from this post.
Hmmmm...the scarf still didn't feel long enough;
it was missing something.
(Both yarns were used in these whimsical tassels, without one strand to spare.)
(It doesn't "match" does it?)
Coordinating is easy with
Linda and Ana of the: