It was a very slow knit, but I love how this scarf turned out. When I started it was intended for son #1, but my husband fell in love with it so I'm giving it to him for his b'day next month. The pattern is Uncle Argyle Scarf in Son of Stitch n Bitch. The yarn is Cascade 220 Superwash in Walnut Heather (862) and Forest Heather (866). Modeled here by son #4:
Wow, it looks fantastic, it must have been alot of work!! But simply wonderful.
I LOVE IT!! It looks great!!
That is GORGEOUS!!!
I can see why he fell in love with it, it's just perfect. Your son looks like the model in a magazine.
No wonder your hubby fell in love with it--it's just beautiful.
That's a really wonderful scarf. Yes, it's clear why your hubby wanted one!
All I gotta say is :passedout: . That is freaking awesome.
OMG..that is gorgeous! I want one of those!!
:out:...off to see if library has book....
ETA! They do and I placed a hold!
IT is super brilliant . I love it
Beautiful scarf! I might have to get past my utter hatred of scarfmaking and try one of these. I love it!!
Stunning, wonderful job. I so love how reversible and or double knitting turns out.Katrina
I love it! Excellent work
:woohoo: That is just awesome. Great work.
Oh my...that is GORGEOUS!!!!!
thats sooo beautiful, i love it.
So professional looking.:cheering:
WOW! Was what I said when I first saw the picture. That is absolutely gorgeous. I have never tried to do an argyle and this is done beautifully. How did you get the pattern on both sides? Double knit, a tube, two sewn together? Are there other options? I am so impressed by this scarf. It is so long and such a lot of work went into it. Nice edges too. And a handsome model. Perfect. Now that DH got this one what do you have in mind for #1 son?
WOW, you did a GREAT job! That is AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!!!!