For our Southern Hemisphere Readers…a crochet scarf / cowl pattern
I am sure at some point in my schooling I knew that NOT everywhere on this planet had seasons when we in the Adirondacks of NY do, but over the years I have been jaded with my own seasons and forgot about that IMPORTANT FACT! Wikipedia tells me (god bless that site HAHAHA) that the Southern Hemisphere of the world (below the equator), celebrates Summer from December 21 to March 21, and Winter from June 21 to September 22. September 22 is the vernal equinox and March 21 is the autumnal equinox. Just a little geography refresher for anyone not in the know like myself.
That being said, I would like to thank “Pipsqueak”for her comment on our post asking for your opinions
“I actually quite like it as it is! The only thing I’d like to see would be a section for your Southern Hemisphere readers – as obviously our seasons are the other way around to yours.
Looking forward to future editions.”
Right then a lightbulb went off, and I felt like a dummy.
So in an effort to redeem my Mea Culpa, I am posting my own pattern for an easy crochet scarf~for those celebrating Winter now!
Please note- every (-) DASH indicates the beginning of another row