Thursday, April 18, 2013

Good Night, John Boy! Finished project for Abbie and me


Miss Abbie showing off her scarf made in leftover skein of Litoral yarn.


I cast on 6 and made her a scarf instead.  This was some kind of yarn to bind off..........definitely a challenge to weave in those ends with the irregularity and small clumps. I fell in love with the Knitpics Dreamz circular needles.




Project completed during an episode of The Waltons.............

We love Abbie and she loves us alot too. Abbie and me will match now on an outing!





I just need to go put this in my Ravelry page now. But for now.............the day is complete, errands done, finished a project or two, and now Mr. Darcy and I say goodnight....................
another day and I hope tomorrow is a good one for you!

Jennifer

5 comments:

  1. Aww so cute!

    I love Knit Pick needles. They also make really nice wooden double pointed ones, too.

    blessings always

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  2. Lovely finish! I love that pattern. Did you find it on Ravelry? Blessings to you,
    Phyllis

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  3. I'm sure you and Abbie will be admired as you walk down the street in your matching scarves.

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  4. That yarn has got to be the weirdest I've ever seen! But so unique! Abbey looks adorable with her little scarf!! Great job Jen! (As always!) You always make such beautiful things!

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  5. You've inspired me to pick up my knitting needles again and put my cross-stitching needles down for a bit. After seeing the Litoral Aslan Yarn I went online and purchased some in Vintage. I am going to make a larger shawl using their free pattern. I put a link to your blog on mine so I could give credit for your inspiration. I find your blog very uplifting!

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