I made these five scarves for my family, during these weeks when it's too cold to go out. It took a while, but about a week ago I finally finished the last one- the light blue one!
So, here's all I did:
1) Irish hiking scarf, using Wool-Ease worsted weight in Forest Green Heather (so pretty!) and US 8 needles. It's 4 feet long.
2) Basketweave scarf, using Homespun yarn in "Cyprus" (now discontinued-- :waah: ), and US 10 needles. All I did was cast on 21 sts, k3, p3, to the end, and do that for three rows. Then, three rows later, I would do p3, k3, to the end for another three rows. It's about 3 1/2 feet long.
3) Garter stitch scarf. I used Wool-Ease Thick and Quick in Charcoal Grey, and US 11 needles. I just casted on 15 (maybe 16; I don't remember) and did the whole thing in garter stitch. It's a little over 3 feet long.
4) Then I did one that's white (Red Heart) and navy blue (Caron Perfect Match in midnight blue), with two strands of worsted weight held together on US 10 needles. I casted on 14, and did 2x2 ribbing all the way through. This one's about 4 feet long. I like the variegated effect.
5) Last but not least, I did this one with Patons Divine yarn in Halo Blue. I did the same ribbing pattern as the white and navy one. It's 6 feet long.
Anyway, here are some pics: