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Make A Zodiac Scarf for Taurus Birthdays

April 1st, 2014

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I think it’s safe to say that most of us enjoy personalized gifts, or making things for ourselves that reflect a bit of our personality. For instance, I recently just picked up the Leo colorway in our LB Collection Silk because I’m a Leo and well, I thought it would be fun to work in a colorway that matched my sign’s color palette, which also happens to complement my wardrobe. This post though, is about Taurus and the specific color representations chosen in the Zodiac Scarf that reflect certain qualities of those born under this sign.

Taurus is an earth sign, with birthdays that range from April 20th – May 20th. This zodiac scarf incorporates two shades of green, which are color representations of Taurus’ generous and harmonious nature. Taurus really appreciates balance in life, and wants the people around them to be happy, so they might be more inclined to start a new project with someone else in mind.

A Taurus also tends to be a strong-willed individual who is determined to get the job done, which leads me to think that they may possibly have a lower UFO stash than some of us (can anyone attest to this?). The brown colors in the scarf also represent loyalty, and the Taurian’s need for stability and structure. Could this also translate to having a more organized yarn stash?

Crochet version of Zodiac scarf pictured, click here for knit version. Not a Taurus? Find your zodiac scarf here.

Hey all you Taurus yarncrafters, shed some light on some of these personality traits and how it affects your crafting styles, we’d love to hear your thoughts!

 

 

  • yarnycraftyperson

    I’m a Taurus crafter! And… I’ve still got a stockpile of UFOs. Or I buy yarn and I print out the pattern and I put them together in my yarn bin. And there they stay for ever and ever and ever.

    But I’ve currently only got two projects going, and I work on them regularly. I can’t start a new one until the old one’s done; it breaks my heart a little to leave a project unloved for so long.

    Also, I totally started this comment thinking that I break all of the taurus stereotypes. And I’ve just proven myself wrong. Does anyone else have binders for patterns, and know where all of their stitch markers are at any given moment (even though three green ones and an orange are hanging out with my toothbrush right now. Don’t ask.)? Oh my god, I’m organized… Who would every think?!? Me!

    Also, the scarf matches my wardrobe. Off to the yarn store!

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