Monday, August 15, 2011

Recess time...

My current assignments were starting to get frustrating so I gave myself some yarn-play time. By stepping away from the problem project for a bit and working on a super easy, fun & quick project (or rather projects), I am able to work out the problem at hand by not thinking so hard about it.

Here's what I am doing for fun...
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Scribble scarf from the Mason Dixon knitting book.
I LOVE this pattern. It's fun and easy and pretty. This one is being worked in Cascade Kid Seta in Lilac # 19 and Tilli Tomas silk on US 17 needles.

And here is the other scarf. I am using some stash Malabrigo lace held doubled and a newly purchased skein of Cascade Rustic in a gorgeous blue colorway # 13. LOVE it! I am using US 15 needles and plan to block the scarf severely so as to open up the stitches for lightness.
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Either one of these scarves would be appropriate for year round use here in the DEEP south as they are light but warm. But I am especially interested in summer use as some places around town have their air conditioners set on what feels like 32 degrees Fahrenheit. And while I could comfortably wear a more wintry scarf it just wouldn't look right, ha,ha.


2 comments:

  1. I'm always in awe (and envious) of talented knitters who have the skill to crochet beeautifully as well as knit. I fear my skills don't run to the latter. I love your croc in the previous post and the delicate scribble scarf is amazing, almost like a lilac cobweb. Thanks for your kind words about my Raggedy Ann. She's a big dolly (18in) and a real sweetheart, I love her to bits. It has been so wet in northern England this summer that I've been indoors a lot and so am making good progress with the pattern. Would you believe she has a cute a friend who should be ready by the end of the week. Of course there is a little dolly story brewing also. I'm writing the patterns at the moment. It's a long process as I like to be thorough and add lots of pics and description. I'm jcurrently trying to describe how to do Raggedy's hair . . . easy to do but less easy to put into words!!

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  2. LOVE! I like both of them. It's so neat that the first one really looks like scribbles.

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