FO:Alpine Butternut

This project was deftly enabled by Woolbird, a most generous and thoughtful Ravelry user. She was bang on the money when she tuned in to my ambition to produce a super-luxurious neutral coloured version of the Butternut scarf. The Rowan Cocoon yarn took my breath away – quite literally. No photographs can adequately demonstrate the feel of this scarf. No words that I have in my lexicon can possibly convey the sumptuousness of it. I wish that I might hand it round for you to feel and to marvel at…

...silken...
...silken...

What I can say is that I am a very lucky girl indeed. And I can say my thanks to Woolbird. I shall treasure this scarf for a long, long time.

...sumptuous...
...sumptuous...
  • Cast on Date: March 5th, 2009
  • Cast on: Long Tail
  • Pattern: Butternut Scarf from Anne Hanson at Knitspot
  • Pattern Price: $5
  • Yarn: Rowan Cocoon – Chunky weight Merino/Mohair
  • Amount: 450g
  • Colour: Alpine
  • Needles: 7.0mm
  • Stitches: 59
  • Pattern Repeats: 12
  • Blocked: No- washed and dried flat after patting into shape
  • Finished Size: 75″ by 10″
  • Cast Off: Standard, in pattern
  • Cast Off Date: March 9th, 2009
  • Ravelry Project: Alpine Butternut Scarf

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