I was pleasantly surprised at how easy the pattern was. I love the finished product! The lucky receipient was DS’s Kindergarten teacher .
It looks great
Isn’t it a wonderfull knit? Not too difficult, but not boring either!
I’ve made two…no three so far and I’m tempted to make another one
Yayyy! That looks beautiful. I love the white yarn. I am branching out too!! :XX:
Beautiful!! I’m glad to hear the pattern wasn’t too difficult; i want to make one someday soon!
Wow! That looks really complicated! Great job
Your Branching Out is BEAUTIFUL!! What a lucky teacher!!!
Beautiful!! What a wonderful gift!!
What a super nice end-of-the-year gift! Very beautiful!
What a nice gift! Great job!
what yarn did you use on that one? its really lovely.
im working out which yarn to use to do this pattern. ive been playing with it with some encore i have laying around and size 10’s, but i think im gonna use a fingering or sport weight alpaca.
It looks great!!! :XX:
The yarn, well, it was yarn that I got from someone at my knitting group. It was really old and the tag was written in Swedish, so not sure what it was. It was a thick and thin yarn in 55% cotton and 45% acrylic. It looked nice in the end, but if I had the choice again, I would not use it. The thick parts of the yarn hid the pattern of the scarf in some spots. If I do the scarf again I’ll probably just order some thin silky yarn instead .