Archive for the 'scarf' Category

What February Doldrums?

Back in February 2007[!], I started the Chevron Scarf from Last-Minute Knitted Gifts (ravel it). I picked two colors of sock yarn that I never ever EVER would have put together and just went with it. I really hate knitting scarves though, so it was slow, slow, SLOW progress. I finally started getting more and […]

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Secrets and More Secrets

The knitting ’round these parts has been secret upon secret– and the blog suffers! But here’s a no-longer-a-secret-project: Winter and mini-clapotis [flickr- E took this photo] I knit E (PokingMyEyesOut) a mini-Clapotis as a sort of hostess-type gift in some Socks That Rock Silkie in Stormy Weather. The yarn reminded me of her dogs Winter […]

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FO: Scarf of Spellcatching

This was a very quick project, especially considering that I spun this yarn up myself AND I quickly get bored with both ribbing AND scarves. I may just end up keeping it to wear with my corduroy jacket This all started with the spinning, discussed here. I spun it up quickly — the BFL was […]

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Spinning and More Spinning

I’m not sure what motivated me to “get ta spinnin’.” Maybe it was Kelly’s (Kelp! Knits) recent spinning on the wheel she’s borrowing. Or maybe it was Noricum (Soapbox) spindle spinning while staying out of town. Or maybe it was the posts in the Hello Yarn groups on flickr (Hello Yarn Fiber Club pool, Hello […]

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Disappearing, Reappearing Act

I am my projects. I am the seasons. I disappear and reappear just as they do. I have been daydreaming about lace and spring after last week’s fling with 80° F temperatures. my premiere lace cardi, reappeared – now with the re-beginning of sleeves. Then the snow and ice reappeared, and I reconsidered the warmth […]

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Onward We Wave

There has been knitting ’round these parts, squished in between a hockey practice session, a basketball game, a radiology lab visit and work. The knitting has mostly been of the technicolor chevron wavy scarf variety: on and on and on and on we knit It’s around 2.5 feet long now. I think I want it […]

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Technicolor Fun or Garish Mess?

If you have been keeping up with your knitblog reading of late, then you already know what this means: whatever could this be? I have recently become the type of person who enjoys wearing a scarf as an accessory, not just as a utilitarian object that keeps me warm. I have been wearing my crocheted […]

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