Yes, we have an FO. Finally. This project had been so fun and easy. And it doesn’t have any fancy name. For once. ;)
Big and Red Lacey Scarf
Stats: Yarn – 8 ply Bendigo Classic in Tuscan.
Amt – Almost 1 ball. Thats 200g.
Needles – 6mm straights.
Pattern – None.
This is going to be a gift to a pal who is going overseas to Korea the end of this year. She told me the temperature is going to be in the sub-zeros there at that time. So my devious little mind immediately decided that Kessa needs to knit a honking-big-scrunchy-licious-vibrant-scarf for her!
This yarn from my stash was perfect. Actually, it was a UFO. Usually I call my projects WIPs even though they’ve not been worked on for more than a year. This was a true-blue UFO because I intended it to be a snug cabled shrug but it turned out to be a baby’s jacket WIP. Imagine my horror. I tried to ‘make it work’.. The body was completed and I seamed it up to see if that will change anything. That was just silly. Like seaming ever changed the size of a project? lol. Of course it was banished to the bottom of the stash and never saw light till its vibrant colour caught my eye when I was searching for a suitable yarn for this project. I think it is perfect for brightening up any winter day for a tropical girl. Don’t you think so too?
A few ways to wear this honking-big-scrunchy-licious-vibrant-scarf.. (sorry, bed hair again.)
As a shawl.
Shawl – back.
Around the shoulders.
And of course, as a scarf!