Tuesday, August 14, 2012

It's finished!

Yay!  I finished my most involved project for the 2012 Ravellenic Games...

It was a LOT of ribbing!  I was afraid it would be a little stiff because of the ribs, but it isn't too bad.  I love it though, I knew it was going to be super long, so I chose not to make it too wide...the pom poms are cute too, but they happen to be functional as well by adding a bit of weight to keep the scarf from slipping off.

Can you tell I'm ready for fall?  There is something about this brown scarf full of tweedy goodness that screams autumn to me.


  1. It turned out perfect. Love the color and the pom-poms.

    1. Thanks! When I knit for kids, I love bright colors, but when I knit for myself, I love tweeds and neutral/earthy colors...I think this fits the bill!

  2. That is gorgeous!! Where did you get the pattern for that? I love it and the color does scream fall too!

    1. Thank you so much! Wow it's been so long since I looked at the pattern, I believe it is called the "Anthropologie Scarf" (like the store). It's a free pattern on Ravelry.

    2. Thank you SO much, Jennifer! Did you CO 400 stitches or did you go lower? Love Ravelry and this is such a gorgeous scarf! Thank you for sharing :-)

  3. Love the colour! and I really like ribbed scarves in general :)
    Knit, Nicole, Knit!


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