Tuesday, February 13, 2007

Scarf is complete

21307aThis is scarf (pg. 90). It was a very quick and easy knit. I especially like how I didn't have to cut the yarn at all to add the edgings. This scarf starts with one edging, then stitches are picked up to do the main section, and the other border is knit on perpendicular to the main section. This scarf only took around 45 gms of laceweight yarn. I still have half of the ball left of Cascase Silk. I followed the pattern except for doing 11 repeats of the center area instead of 6. As usual, more pictures and commentary on my blog.

Here are the details:
Yarn: Cherry Tree Hill Cascade Silk-Tropical Storm (approx. 45 gms used)
Needles: Size 3 Knitpicks classic circulars
Unblocked size: 10" x 73"
Blocked size: 11" x 84"
Started: February 9, 2007
Completed: February 12, 2007

What do I work on next? I think it might be another shawl from the book, but I haven't decided which one yet.

9 comments:

Brenda said...

Very beautiful! I plan to make that scarf next in turquoise. It really looks lovely in the tropical storm. Congratulations!

Lori said...

Looks great. I have some Cherry Tree in my stash that I can't wait to use.

red_swirl said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
red_swirl said...

Lovely colour, it really shows up the lace pattern beautifully!!!

http://www.ginevra.org/blog/

Opal said...

I absolutely loved it in that yarn. Delicious!

Anni said...

that's so gorgeous. Love the colour and the way it's knitted up.

Marsha said...

Beautiful scarf!! I love the way it came out.

Theresa said...

The yarn is perfect for that scarf, it turned out great!

Cathy said...

Luscious! This would make a great quick gift. I love it in that dark color.