Monday, July 11, 2011

Three hour scarf

My daughter has been at me to use some of the beautiful yarn she gave me for my birthday last week and she specifically wanted me to try the Triana first. I did want to finish a pair of black lacy fingerless gloves for her in the daylight today but decided to give this new (to me) yarn a go. Three hours later, I have this very pretty scarf. Sorry my model is just a coathanger but my real one is at work !!

The picture on the front of the pattern leaflet gives a better idea of what it looks like on somebody.

I have to say this was a fun project but now I must get on to that second glove!

A few hours later and thanks to my Ott Lite, all finished and ready for DD to wear to work tomorrow -
These were done with a 4.00mm hook in black Panda Machinewash 8ply crepe (100% pure wool). Had to break into a second 50g ball for the last three rounds.


  1. So different Dorothy,It is lovely :))

  2. Very pretty and unique scarf. I'm sure your daughter will love her new things. Have a great day! :-)

  3. Thanks for the visit and nice comment. Both the scarf and your gloves are awesome. Looking forward to sharing our projects.

  4. Fab scarf, I do hope you share a photo of the real model when she wears it! I like your version of the fingerless glove, too!
    ((hugs)), Teresa :-)


    Is the link for the pattern. I made a mistake on the collar and then had to follow my mistake through to the sleeves. It really is JC45A. The next one I make will definitely be done RIGHT. ;-) (I hope.)

  6. Oh, I really like those mitts and the scarf looks like a lot of fun.

  7. I love this scarf -- what fun to wear!

  8. Saw this a year or so ago and thought it great...quick too
    Lucky Daughter
    Hugs Suz x


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