Saturday, April 19, 2008

Can't Stop

These scarves are kind of like potato chips. You can't stop at one!

I made this one for my special somebody for Valentine's Day. I used Dream In Color Classy, and it took just a little over one hank of yarn. I have plenty enough to make fingerless mitts. This is so amazingly soft and snuggly!


Saturday, April 12, 2008

finished, just in time for spring

This is my first Irish Hiking Scarf and I loved making it. It was perfect for working on the bus, and when I went to see the Yarn Harlot on Tour this was the project I brought with me. My mother has claimed it as her own, so now she's hoping for some cold weather so she can wear it and tell people her "little girl" made it. The yarn is Red Heart (poor college student yarn), I'm not sure what color I lost the ball band years ago. The picture are awful as I don't own a digital camera I've used my webcam that takes the worst pictures ever the colors are very washed out, but I wanted to share anyway.

Friday, April 04, 2008

My First Irish Hiking Scarf

Hi All,

This is my first knitalong. It's also my first time knitting the Irish Hiking Scarf. I am really having fun with this scarf. As you can see I'm not very far along. I hope to make many more scarves like this with other yarns. The yarn that I am using is Tivioli Spinners Celtic Aran. It's a dream to work with.

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