Thursday, February 02, 2012


Yarn for this scarf was spun from some lovely BFL from Chameleon Colorworks in their Figgy Pudding Colorway. Spun worsted from roving stripped to make the color areas smaller, it became a two-ply yarn. Unfortunately the Blackberry camera does not do the colors justice as they are very rich and lovely.

Intended to be knit up as an Aldred scarf, this kept the border with a few variations, changed the body from garter to a more open lacy stitch, added an attached i-cord trim with bobbles ending with a rolled edge at the neck. I was very intrigued with the knit border and the short-row construction and did keep that though changed the length of
the short rows to accommodate my lacy stitch. Will probably try this
method again.

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At 6:30 PM, Blogger LORI LAWSON said...

Just beautiful work, Theresa. I always love things knit with handspun yarn.


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