Tuesday, October 11, 2005

Susan's Scarf

Susan's Scarf is done!

And it is so squishy and wonderful. I think it will be very hard to give this up. Good thing I like Susan!

And of course, you need to see pics. Here's one:
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And another:
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Project Details:

Yarn: Plymouth Baby Alpaca Brush (80% baby alpaca, 20% acrylic) in colour 1805 . . . it's divine!

Needles: 5.5mm Addi Turbos & a random DPN for cabling

Pattern: Adapted from Lily Chin's Reversible Rib Shawl from Vogue Knitting: American Collection. 8 stitches of garter stitch border on each side, 24 stitch 2x2 rib cabled every 24 rows. Knit until you run out of yarn.

Skills Learned: Reversible cables!

And until Christmas, my renard will be nice and warm:
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Blogger Karlie said...

It's a really nice scarf Linz! So the cables look the same on the other side? I've never worked reversible cables before. Is it much different?

6:46 PM  
Blogger Linz said...

It’s just that you cable ribbing, so both sides look like the right side – but one side would have a knit row that would be a purl row on the other!

6:48 PM  

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