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Saturday, May 5, 2012

My first finish

The scarf that I started back in March is finally complete. It's been slow going, but that's one of the reasons I'm a fan of knitting. I do a little whenever I can, and make progress here and there when things are quiet.

I blocked it at the end of last week, which perfected the shape. While it is too warm for a scarf now, I'll look forward to wrapping up with it in the Fall.



The Pattern:
Row 1: knit
Row 2: knit
Row 3: knit
Row 4: knit
Row 5: knit
Row 6: knit front and back of each stitch
Row 7: purl
Row 8: knit
Row 9: purl
Row 10: knit
Row 11: purl
Row 12: knit two together

I used one skein of worsted weight malabrigo merino wool.

5 comments :

  1. So very feminine...I love it! Next stop, your own Etsy shop? :-) I bet you could have a lot of fun experimenting with patterns and lengths. My sister has been knitting one for Lillian and I can't wait to see it! You both are so creative :-) I may have to commission one for myself..maybe I could trade for a crosstitch of a colorful predator for Roscoe ;-) heehee. I've though of finding cool crosstitch patterns and once I'm done picking coordinating fabric to surround it for a pillow...something like a floral or foilage crosstitch print surrounded by crushed velvet or dupioni silk and cool piping/ trims. I will let you know if that ever happens!!!

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    1. Thanks Heidi! I think you will be more excited about my next project: felted pot holders!!!!! Same yarn, different colors...i'm pumped. Your idea for pillow covers sounds really fun. We should start a crafting circle ;) J and E can join in on the fun, too.

      PS. Roscoe would love a crosstitched leopard :).

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  2. I love it! I want to make one, how many did you cast on?

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    1. I think it was 24, based on how tightly I knit and with intent to knit a scarf 6 inches wide. It ended up being about 10 inches wide at the final section (I guess I'm not terribly consistent) but blocking helped even things out!

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  3. Jacqueline, You are AMAZING...you can do anything!Love, Mom...:)

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