Well it was very slow going but I did eventually put down and pick up this knitting enough times to finish the Scarf !! So here it is after 6 months in the making ...
I love this pattern I also knitted up a red Scarf for Mr 7 with it last year. Is an Easy seeded rib reversible you can find it through my Ravelry links and it REALLY is easy! Beginner easy!
I want to make some cards but don't really have the creative ability ATM with lots of other things filling up my head so its Crocheting and knitting little bits and bobs for me right now but definitely some paper crafting coming soon.
For all manner of inspiring creativity hop on over to Kirsty's place.
It looks lovely Tammy. I love the pattern you used, it's a lovely effect and perfect timing for the change in the weather.:)ReplyDelete
I love the colour. I've got a bit of grey going on in my space today too.ReplyDelete
Loving the colour I am particularly keen on grey tones for accessories!ReplyDelete
Great colour - should look great with everything!ReplyDelete
I'm such a SLOW knitter it feels me with hope that I'm not the only one to take 6 months (or more) to finish a scarf.ReplyDelete
Lovely colour too.
The pattern and the yarn and the fabric make for a wonderful autumn/winter scarf!! xo m.ReplyDelete
I think it looks fabulous :) I don't knit myself but I really love the meditative nature of crochet - very calming. Enjoy :) KReplyDelete
Well done for finishing it. I started a knitted wash cloth more than six months agao and it's still not completed!ReplyDelete
gorgeous color and texture. Just in time for the cold weather:)ReplyDelete
What an ace scarf, and i like the sound of easy and that is about my level as a knitter! How lovely to finish something, I hope it keeps you nice and warm xoReplyDelete
Beautiful scarf...I hope master 7 appreciates itReplyDelete
Great scarf - lovely colour and texture.ReplyDelete
Gotta love that wonderful texture. Must be cooling down....many of us are pulling out our yarn stash and starting to knit....I love Autumn. This is beautiful Tammy.ReplyDelete
You know Tammy, I don't see it as slow going... I see it as very well planned... a beautiful scarf ready just in time for the cooler weather!ReplyDelete
i love your scarf. that is a great stitch. i have been thinking about a new scarf with winter on the way. thanks for the linkReplyDelete
Loving grey at the moment! Gorgeous scarf! XReplyDelete
this looks super warm ... and such a wonderful looking pattern and texture.ReplyDelete
the grey looks great, almost icy in those photos. is that natural wool? I've knitted half a hot water bottle cover in a very similar-looking yarn.ReplyDelete
The scarf looks great. Nice and snuggly. You have inspired me to give this one a go. It's on the never ending list of things to do!ReplyDelete
Love the scarf, it looks so warm and will be great for winter. Nice pattern too.ReplyDelete