Scarves!

I recently finished this Midwest Moonlight scarf in Rowan Kid Silk Haze from Pam Allen’s Scarf Style book. I was really happy to see other bloggers (Colleen and Shireen)
making this scarf because I think it is one of the prettiest in the book.

Also, I’m plugging away on my second Ruffles scarf from the same book. I made the first one on an airplane with some great yarn that I bought at Art Fibers in downtown San Francisco. I was so taken with the yarn that the scarf went very quickly. This second scarf will seemingly never end. I bought two balls of Rowan Felted Tweed at a great sale for this scarf and 300 yds has never seemed so long. If I make any more of these, I will use bigger yarn! *Yawn*
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4 comments so far

  1. Dani on

    I made that one too! How funny. Mine is the one next to Shireen’s at Knitsmiths :) You have a lovely blog.. I look forward to seeing all your wonderful, upcoming knits!

  2. Dani on

    I made that one too! How funny. Mine is the one next to Shireen’s at Knitsmiths :) You have a lovely blog.. I look forward to seeing all your wonderful, upcoming knits!

  3. Sonya on

    Both scarves look great. I’ve been intrigued enough by the ruffles to buy the book. I may have to implement your exercise before knitting rule. {begin whine} It’s so hard when it’s 9 degrees outside. {end whine} ;o)

  4. Sonya on

    Both scarves look great. I’ve been intrigued enough by the ruffles to buy the book. I may have to implement your exercise before knitting rule. {begin whine} It’s so hard when it’s 9 degrees outside. {end whine} ;o)


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