Don’t ask me where/when/how it went wrong. It shouldn’t have. But it did. I weighed it regularly. It became a religion almost. I even built…
I think that I may be addicted to Anne Hanson’s “Little Nothing” scarves. Here’s the latest – Fernfrost. Knitted in heavy lace weight cashmere from Colourmart.
Update on current Work in Progress- a cashmere and silk lace scarf, Red Emperor.
I took the Reclamation scarf to spinning today as last week’s disastrous efforts have quite put me off spinning for a while. After that it was a quick romp to the end this afternoon. It is done!
Super-luxurious and chunky Butternut Scarf, made in Rowan Cocoon. Enabled by a very generous RAK.
Details and photo gallery.
A themed RAK on Ravelry’s UK RAK group gave me an opportunity to make two test drives in one pass. I wanted to test out some chunky yarn that I had from eBay and I also wanted to see what an unblocked chunky Butternut Scarf would emerge like. The theme was “red,” the recipient enjoys dark reds, the yarn that I had was a rich deep dark red – it had to be done!
Another lacy scarf from Knitspot.
This one is the Butternut Scarf, knitted in a Colourmart laceweight yarn.
“Ingrid” – because this piece of knitting is for comfort in the same way that an old Ingrid Bergman B&W 3 hankie movie is for comfort on a dreary winter afternoon. I donâ€™t have a TV to watch, but I do have lace to knit.
“Knitting this yarn put me in another time and place, but one that I can’t quite identify. The colour of the yarn is subtle, almost dusky in a way. The gloss is reminiscent of … what… Rayon? It’s almost indefinable, but there is a whiff of Granny’s dressing table about it. Something in my experience, long ago. A memory so distant that I can’t reach out far enough to grab it. Something 1930’s or 1940’s about it. Something that was old, even when I was very young.”
A simple lace scarf…Named for RenÃ© Lalique… Cast on: Dec 26, 2008… Cast off: 1st January 2009. 2009’s first FO!