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Here we have Fey modelling a beautiful rainbow crochet scarf called "Mexicana Blues". Densely stitched using acrylic yarn to reduce stretching and keep the wind out, it is a generous 74-1/2 inches (189 cm) long (plus 8-inch fringe) by 4 inches (10 cm) wide. It's as close to wool as you can get, without the allergic reaction. :)

The rainbow is connected with various myths and legends, including the Norse belief that the rainbow is the bridge between Ásgard and Midgard - the lands of the Gods and humans, respectively. While this rainbow crochet scarf isn't exactly a rainbow, itself, it does have pretty much every color one would find in one. I think the Gods would be pleased with it.

"Mexicana Blues" is one of my Scrap Happy Scarves. This rainbow crochet scarf features an edge of bright blue that is approximately 1-1/2 inches (4 cm) wide. The remainder of the scarf is made using a rainbow variegated (multi-colored) yarn which includes the same blue as in the edging. A beautiful combination that leans toward the strong-colored, warm-toned Spring.

All my Scrap Happy Scarves are crocheted, by me. They can consist of left over yarn scraps, mismatched dye lots, that one remaining skein in the bin (that isn't enough to use for anything else), and, yes, the reclaimings of a project that has gone horribly wrong. Some pieces contain all of the above! YARN IS NEW! Even the reclaimed yarn is technically new as the never finished project was also never worn or used. Just an FYI: because of the stitch used in making my Scrap Happy Scarves the ends have a tendency to curl. This is normal!

To care for your rainbow crochet scarf all you need to do is wash it the Delicate cycle (warm water, no bleach, but fabric softener is okay) and dry flat. A delicates bag is HIGHLY recommended to keep the fringe from tangling. Do not iron!

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Rainbow Crochet Scarf with Blue Edge Acrylic Scarf