Sunday, January 31, 2010

moving along

I see you are a little shy at the prospect of a fete - except for Button tree and bells of course. thats fine - I get it.

but to keep you from running a mile I shall change the subject entirely- I have a wee finished object.


a lace ribbon scarf insprired by nettie and for my lovely sister.
made with lush yarns silk merino 4 ply ( a delight)

10 comments:

Gina said...

Really gorgeous. I have never understood knitting, but I understand beauty - and that is just beautiful/.

Michelle said...

Love that scarf. So beautiful. Will have to check out Lush yarns one day - I've heard so many good things about it.

DrK said...

oh pretty!! i have two lots of silk merino types i am not sure what to do with, and this looks just about perfect!!

sue said...

It looks so pretty. What a wonderful gift for your sister.

dillpickle said...

Lovely scarf! I might need to get my hands on some of that silk merino stuff....

Sarah said...

Beautiful scarf and just catching up on the previous post. I would happily make you something for your stall if you would like?

Bec said...

That scarf has been in my queue since forever - same as the forest canopy shawl. Too many things to knit...too little time...
Yours is gorgeous too - love the colour

Jodie said...

ah.. the school fete can be a minefield...
I really hope you have a great fete. Unfortunately we cannot get enough interest to run a school fete...

Kuka said...

the scarf looks GREAT!
so pretty! =)

Lauren said...

What a pretty scarf! Thanks for your comment on my blog.

Dyeing the Country Silk was fun, and turned out really well. The colour is still quite vibrant, even almost 12 months on.
:D