Thursday 21 April 2011

It looks like I came home from Ottawa and then disappeared off the face of the blog. I did but I was teaching in Midhurst last weekend so it's been a busy teaching couple of weeks.

Last weekend I taught a beginner lace class over 2 days for the Simco County Arts and Crafts Assoc..
They made this crescent scarf in DK weight yarn. It was a quiet class with much counting of stitches under the breath. But they all did very, very well.
You begin this scarf with the lace work. That entails many, many stitch markers, one for every repeat of the pattern. This Oatmeal one is in Cotton Tweed.
And then I knit this bright one in fingering (sock) weight yarn but it's a little short.
So the blue one I'm working on now has 4 more repeats of the pattern on it.

I'm still enjoying knitting scarf no.4.


  1. I love the lace, I guess I will have to get back at it real soon. It is lovely.

  2. I HAVE to make one of those. So pretty and looks like fun.

  3. Welcome back, Deb. You've been busy.

  4. Those little scarves are so cute. Just the right amount of lace to make them look pretty but not drive the knitter crazy.

  5. Where can I find the pattern?


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