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Tuesday, October 26, 2010

More Projects...

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The Brandywine Shawl is finally blocking - I'll have it for "Show and Tell" on Wednesday! Wahoo! It only used 1.2 oz. of the Jaggerspun Zephyr (50% Merino/50% Silk). (Sandy the intrepid "Guardian of the Wool" is helping "protect" the shawl as it dries.)













I also finished a scarf out of Plymouth yarns "Kaos Mystify". It only used a single skein (183 yards) to create a nice long scarf - 5 ft. plus in length. I didn't use a pattern, just a very familiar pattern stitch...Feather and Fan. In general, I liked how this yarn changed texture throughout the skein as it join different yarns. However, I was NOT happy with the actual joins - they were quite thick and stiff. Oh, well...nothing is perfect I guess!

This pattern will work for any worsted weight yarn...though if there's mohair or some fuzziness to the yarn (as there was with the "Kaos Mystify") it works up quite nicely - filling in the empty spaces in the lace without overpowering the over-all pattern .


Feather and Fan Scarf

Use US size 10 1/2 needles
1 skein of "Plymouth Kaos Mystify"
Cast on 24 stitches
Knit 4-6 rows (your choice... for the edge)
Row 1 - Knit across
Row 2 - Knit across
Row 3 - Knit 3, Purl to last 3 stitches, Knit 3
Row 4 - Knit 3, [Knit 2 together] three times, [YO, knit 1] six times, Knit 3
Repeat rows 1-4 until scarf is the length you want
Knit 4-6 rows (your choice....for the edge)

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