Once the project was soaked for a while and blocked, the yarn softened considerably. You can see the drape.
I thought this pattern would work for semi-solid yarns and I think I have been proven right by this project. I also think it would work well for variegated yarns.
I really love the infinity scarf as an accessory. It's versatile, warm, stylish and it stays put.
I love this infinity scarf and I love the rich warming colour of it. It fills a hole in my accessory wardrobe. I am really tempted to make another one in some new yarn I bought, Juno Fibre Arts Milly Singles in the Peacock colourway.
This would also fill a void in my accessory wardrobe, and the yarn feels so soft, I know it would feel amazing round my neck. This is the first time I've bought anything from Juno Fibre Arts but there was a discount code for free shipping on one of the podcasts I watch and I fell in love with the colourway, the free shipping provided and excuse to get it. I have a feeling in a month or so you may see another set of photos of this particular pattern in my new pretty yarn.