all it needs is a pin

Tuesday, November 22, 2005

Pattern: It was featured on a this website, but is now gone.
Yarn: Rowan Big Wool in shade #06
Needles: Pony 12mm logs.

This scarf took about 4 hours to make and has blocked out quite nicely. It is nice and soft and will be very warm. Now I just have to start frequenting markets until I find a suitable pin to hold it in place, as it is a bit short for wrapping or tying (and would be both too hot and too bulky if it were longer).

If only my camera coped a little better with photographing this particular shade of red. Note to self buy new camera or less red yarn.


Comment by Belinda on 22/11/2005 @ 7:56 pm

great job, I really love the pattern.

Comment by Anna on 23/11/2005 @ 10:04 am

It’s beautiful. We are moving to Melbourne in January and I think I will be needing a few things like this. Is the pattern available anywhere else?

Comment by Mary on 23/11/2005 @ 10:14 am

It’s amazing how great things look after blocking! So nice! Hey - see if you can find a nice pin on ebay — it’ll save you the repeated getting in & out of the car going into stores looking at pins stress. Looking forward to seeing what you pick out.

Comment by Irma on 26/11/2005 @ 5:42 am

The scarf really turned out great.
Do you know the waybackmachine at
A lot of ‘lost’ pages can be found there.

Comment by Judy on 3/12/2005 @ 8:47 am

Hello, love this scarf pattern. Where is the pattern avalible ?Thanks so much , Judy

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