Monday, August 1, 2011

Ondas Scarf

As promised in yesterday's post, here are a couple of pics of the Katia Ondas scarf I finished on the weekend.


It was hard to get the exact colour under artificial light but this is fairly close to what it looks like. The yarn is very soft and silky to feel. I have another three scarves to make for this lady - one more in Rizos and two in Triana, then I think I'll have a little break before making the other 5 scarves from the 6 balls of different Katia yarns that my daughter gave me for my birthday. So far I've only made one for myself.

Hope you enjoy the rest of the week.

9 comments:

  1. Those colors worked out amazingly well in this scarf. I'm so jealous! It looks like it would be wonderful to wear.

    (You asked me a question about how to keep my Tunisian from curling? I always begin by doing the forward row in the hump stitch (or even just turning the chain and working from the bottom loop) and then I always do a row of purl stitch before I start the project. I very seldom have any curl at all doing that.)

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  2. Goodness...how did you make that frothy, gem colored delight!? Love it!
    ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  3. Amazing scarf for sure.. It is so soft looking and just gorgeous.. Love the colour...
    Sounds like that hook will be busy for quite some time :))

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  4. scarf looks fantabulous, love the colours and texture

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  5. It's a fun little knit, isn't it? I love the berry pinks and purples in this one. I'm looking forward to seeing the others!

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  6. That is so cool and the colors are so rich!

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  7. oh wow that is gorgeous! it looks so difficult to make! awesome job!

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  8. The scarf looks great and the colors are fabulous.

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