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Abalina: Luxury & Style with the Key-hole Scarf

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I've always been a fan of Tunisian crochet. Abalina, shown above, perfectly illustrates why such fanage (fan-age? lots of fanning? Me Big Fan) exists. The honeycomb texture is set off beautifully by the yarn, which is in shades of gold and creamy yellow, while the decrease into the simulated ribbing helps secure it in a stylish criss-cross construction.

Perfect when left to hang loose, or tucked into a jacket, it's never too early to pamper yourself. That's how I felt when I worked the prototype up in a Merino, Cashmere, and Nylon blend. It's a total hug; almost better than snuggling a puppy. Almost. Puppies rock.

You can pick one up here--a pattern for Abalina, I mean. I'm not giving out free puppies willy-nilly.

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