"Ice Ice Maybe"
Here on Vancouver Island (note: NOT Vancouver, Vancouver Island. There is a difference, folks), we don't get a lot of snow. And by "not a lot", I mean it's rare. And if there are flurries, it usually doesn't last long enough to do your "traditional" snow activities, like sledding or making snowmen. It's one of the many ways that sets us apart from the rest of Canada. Sure, we like to brag about cherry trees blooming in February, tulips and daffodils popping up all over the place, but I secretly long for snowy winters. That's partly why I named this scarf "Ice Ice Maybe" (I also love puns). The colour immediately made me think of icy lakes and frosty mornings. Well, would you believe that as I was finishing this, we actually got snow? And not just a few centimetres-- enough snow to build my beloved snowman, to romp around the backyard with my dog, and, of course, go sledding! In fact. according to local news websites, Victoria got the most snow in February in all of Canada!
All of this is my long-winded story about how a little girl (okay, me) named a scarf, and got her wish of Ice and Snow (although, after walking the dog, I no longer want ice on sidewalks.)
61" (76" with fringe)
Care instruction: hand wash cool water, squeeze excess water out gently, hang to dry