The pattern came free with the purchase of the yarn. I think I made more curlycues than what the pattern required, but I liked them.
The scarf was made for my Sis-in-law mainly because I didn't get her bathrobe done in time for Christmas. I thought this might tide her over until I am finished with it. She loved it!!!
This is the label of the Tonalita yarn but the ball of yarn here is a different colorway from the one used for the scarf above.
I have started a Chemo Cap for the Caps for a Cure project. Free pattern here. I need to make at least 1 per month and I would like to make more items for charity. The Berroco Chinchilla yarn is wonderfully soft and when my mother had lost her hair to cancer treatments, the Chinchilla was wonderful against her bald head. The drawback is that it is Dry Clean Only due to it being 100% Rayon. In the Caps for a Cure project, they prefer them to be machine washable but I can tell you my mother didn't mind dryclean only when it came to comfort on her head. (I wonder if the Dryel that is on the market would work?) I am knitting this on Size 8 Knitpicks Harmony, 16" circ.