I recently decided I wanted to make some scarves. The weather here in Illinois is SO cold in the winter, I know, maybe not compared to like Alaska cold, but the change in the temperatures are so drastic from what we’re used to in the summer. Well as I’m working with this cute purple, I came across a knot. I mean in the completed project it just sticks out like a sore thumb. Maybe there was a professional way to work around it, but since I’m fairly new, I didn’t really know what to do, so I just kept going. I decided to email the company and they so kindly agreed to send out a replacement.
Not even a week later as I’m working with the pretty pink that has a reflective addition to it, I run into the exact same problem. It was a different brand and I decided to send them an email as well. I got a response that as an industry standard a knot is allowed. I had no idea and wanted to pass on the word. Now I know to let a knot pass, but in the event of several knots, this would not be acceptable and contacting the company to complain would indeed be warranted. So, did you know this? Just a little something I learned and thought I’d share.
Here is one of the scarves that I completed. I did 4 in all. Everything went smoothly with this one. I love the way these colors work together and was pleased with the outcome.