Monday, January 24, 2011

Reversible Cables

I always love scarves when they're finished, but man, do they ever seem like they take a long time to knit! I haven't worked on anything else but this, started on January 12th, finished on the 2nd. This is a Reversible Cabled Scarf knit with Rowan Cashsoft DK, four skeins, gifted from Smoking Hot Needles. Finished length is 65", didn't measure the width (duh). These pictures are pretty accurate to the true color. Ravelry details here.

This will be gifted to a friend of mine who had a mastectomy on January 4th. Hopefully she'll like it, I showed it to another friend who loved it and thinks she will, too. I can see knitting more of these for Christmas knitted gifts box (which I'm going to be working on off and on all year so I'm not rushed come Christmastime).

Working on some Valentine Socks for the school Valentine raffle draw, and I'm going to have to make myself some new slippers. The Fuzzy Feet officially have blowout holes. They aren't too bad yet, but they won't last much longer. They lasted just over a month.

Happy knitting!


Blogger Barbara from Nova Scotia said...

Love the scarf pattern and colour. I have quite a few socks that need fixing/patching/reknitting of blow-outs. Avoidance has been working pretty well for me so far.

4:24 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The scarf is beautiful !!!!!! You should make a few for the store. I'd come in and buy one!!!

7:42 AM  

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