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Saturday, March 20, 2010

Manly colored scarf

knitted black scarf
Got this scarf finished a few days ago; just didn't get it photographed and posted for awhile. This is knitted using Homespun on size 11 needles. I often don't use the size suggest on labels. The homespun labels suggest size 10, so I went up 1 full size. Got a 2nd scarf in the works with the same yarn as we speak. Though it's not exactly black, figured this would be a good manly color. It's called Edwardian. It's 7 inches wide and 67 inches long. Got this yarn from my Darling Daughter's stash when I was looking for manly colors.

Sorry the picture is a bit blurry, must have moved when I snapped it.

2010

Scarves 117+1=118
Hats 120
Mittens 13 pairs
Socks 28 pairs
(223 knitted or crocheted items)


2008-2009
Hats 368
Mittens 66
Scarves 147
Socks 79 pair
*counts from day 1, Dec 2 2008

Pending donations from Brodie Jo and Alma, stay tuned

3 comments:

  1. Thanks for the lovely comment.....very pretty scarf. I wish I could make things like that. Look forward to more of your posts.

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  2. It is so amazing that this keeps going and going. You know really, even though the cold cold has past, I still can't imagine being outside to sleep.....

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  3. Gorgeous scarf. What stitch did you use?

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