31 May 2008

Landscape Scarf

Oh, Koigu. How I love you.

Landscape Scarf to be?

I must thank
Lisa for enabling me to purchase these two extra mini-skeins of mill ends this month. They work perfectly with a skein from last year's mill end sale to make a small shawl.

Now that I am a reformed triangle shawl gal, I've started the
Landscape Scarf. This is the smaller version of the shawl, which is still a bit large for my evolving taste.

Lanscape Scarf - Koigu

The scarf has picot edging, which is something I'm a complete sucker for. They're like little pom-poms edging your knitted goods. And a close cousin to my friend, the bobble.

Picots!

Cute, don't you think? In fact, why am I sitting here writing to you when I can be knitting with my pretty yarn?

Landscape Scarf

Have a great weekend, everyone! Don't forget to visit the
Art Star Craft Bazaar this weekend if you're in Philly. I'm headed over there to help out a friend, and supposedly there will be thunderstorms...

3 comments:

jenjerpeach said...

That is awesome. Between blogs & ravelry, I dunno what's more enabling. You're gonna love to wear it. Bandit style baby! Lol. It's such a good pattern though, it works for any yarn in any weight.

jenjerpeach said...

That is awesome. Between blogs & ravelry, I dunno what's more enabling. You're gonna love to wear it. Bandit style baby! Lol. It's such a good pattern though, it works for any yarn in any weight.

PrincessPea said...

So pretty! Look forward to seeing it finished...