Another blogger made this scarf, I loved it when I saw it and just had to knit it for myself. Originally, I was going to knit it out of some of my black Shetland fleece, but when I got into my stash room (yes, it's a whole room) this gray, heathery Shetland from Willow screamed at me to be used in this project.
Once I got started, this thing simply knit itself, and I was pleasantly surprised at how soft the finished project turned out. Now, I'll block it and put it away until next year!!! :D
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Thursday, March 10, 2011
What just came off my needles you ask????
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Very nice work Kelly! I love that edging.ReplyDelete
What a beautiful scarf! I think you made an excellent yarn choice. What is the pattern?ReplyDelete
Got the idea from Karen's blog and the pattern, Saroyan, I got from Ravelry.ReplyDelete
That one's in my queue, too!ReplyDelete
Cool, I'm going to check it out. I never think to put pictures of my projects on there. I still have to block the scarf, plan on doing that this weekend, it would clean up the design a bit. There is one mistake in it.........along the edge without the leaves, I must have forgotten to knit the last 4 stitches. I wasn't going to tear the entire thing out in order to fix THAT! But now it screams at me.ReplyDelete
It turned out beautifully, Kelly. The design shows up well with the light color yarn. I love it!ReplyDelete