Great pattern that's free on Ravelry.com.
It's a 2 evening project while watching TV. Or as Dawn says, a good one while traveling.
|my first 2 have already found a home|
|I used some Queensland Kathmandu Chunky yarn for this -- Merino'Silk/Cashmere|
|Berroco Comfort (nylon/acrylic) made up into one soft scarf|
beautiful stepdaughter, Crystal, rocked this one for Black Friday shopping 2014
You can keep going or stop any time on the "ridges" at the top of the scarf. The thing I learned on this pattern is that casting on at the beginning of each row really is a thing! Kinda stumped me for a minute. But, like everything else in knitting, there's a demo on the internet. So I used the backwards loop cast on for each for -- sort of. I did the BL onto the left needle. So really, it was probable a backwards backwards loop.
|one of the softest Noro's I've used -- feels like a cotton ball|
|love this pattern|
|aren't the colors great?|
|Rocky likes to pose for his pic, too|
|for Toni Kemp Lemley for making Laura's veil|
|for Betty Sue Nix for organizing the reception and keeping the wedding process going|