[color=green][/color][size=6][/size] :cheering: :cheering: Girl....
Didn't I tell you that you'd love that book?! U still doing ruffles 1st? I'll look tomorrow, if u want, and see if I found a hat that will go with it. Don't u think it would look cool with some snazzy wrist warmers...they have some on knitty.com! Also...I found some socks in Accessorize by Vogue (now, girl....that book is toooo cool!) that r beautiful and they require the exact type of yarn as the ruffles scarf, so I ordered the yarn to do those socks instead of dyeing some to match it! I must say that my favorite in this book is the Lady Eleanor Entrelac Stole...which is why I HAVE to learn entrelac!! LYS owner said she may be having another entrelac class (jsut had one and I didn't know about it!!)!! That stole is just....beautIful & unusual...I canNOT affort the yarn it calls for so I figured I'd get some natural yarn and dye it myself (right now I'm not sure of the weight of the yarn...probably chunky or bulky...or maybe I'm wrong...lol....anybody know what weight yarn the Eleanor takes?).
And...I think bright stripes is very neat looking and super easy!!...like it, too, bc it's unusual!. I could go on about each scarf in this book, obviously!! Oh yeah..u know the 'color on color' on p 57, that's put together in different shapes, etc, with i cords hanging off of it...that pattern isn't done in knitting yarn...done in needlepoint yarn (holding 2 skeins together!). Should I ever feel that adventurous...I'm going for dk or sport or something!!...just a tid bit of info!! and if u crochet...check out 'blizzard'!!! I'm done for real!!
happy u got the book, girl
Enjoy!! Look at knitpicks.com for your yarn...less expensive
have a knitterly weekend