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Saturday, September 24, 2005

Diagonal Scarf



Noro Silk Garden is just so fun to knit. I love the way the colors and the thickness of the yarn varies. I get to use an end stitch, too! My Clapotis is on hold while more skeins of Noro Silk Garden 8 are being mailed. Ho hum, maybe I'll have to sew in some ends, ugh, in the meantime.

I got the yarn at
Fibers, Etc.
11922 A Street South
Tacoma, WA 98444, 253.531.3257

They had many colors and the pattern came free with purchase:)

4 comments:

candsmom said...

Ooh, that silk garden is BEAUTIFUL!!! Mental note to add that one to the yarns I covet. Your scarf looks gorgeous and I bet the Clapotis must be stunning in Silk Garden, too. Please tell me they're for you to keep!

Acornbud said...

I definitely will keep Clapotis. The scarf is for my sister in Wisconsin, where the winters get subzero!

So much yarn, so litle time.

keohinani said...

wow... so pretty! i went to yarn & friends this past weekend, and they had some silk garden, but i didn't see any with colors as nice as that one.

Anonymous said...

Can you share the pattern for this scarf, I've been looking for it everywhere. All I can find is the multi-directional diagonal. Your scarf looks lovely - I just found some silk garden on sale and can't wait to start working with it. Thanks in advance.

PS - please share he progress on yrou clapotis - its always exciting to see these scarfs.