Silly for Sally
Once I knit or crochet a pattern and it turns out well, I make it over and over again. I've crocheted the Seraphina Shawl several times. I've made tons of roll-brim and crusher hats. My house is full of granny square items.
I first made Sally Melville's "Shape It" Scarf from her "Book 1 - the Knit Stitch" a couple of years ago. It's a quick knit, perfect for gift giving. So, after just finishing the pink and lime scarf along with the aqua one for my cousin Myrna, I decided to whip up two more. One will be for my Mom's b-day this weekend. I'll probably give my Mom the one made from Lion Brand's "Incredible Ribbon." I might just keep the cotton one knitted from Luxor Plus D.K. by Filatura Lanarota (purchased at Smiley's Yarn). Below is the lovely Natalie, in her best Jackie O. impression, modelling the aqua scarf.
Looking forward to the WeHo SnB this Thursday, 7-9pm. We always have lots of attendees during the summer at the Original Farmers Market. Why don't you join us?
Labels: yarny stuff