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Topic: Vogue Knitting Woven Trellis Scarf  (Read 4218 times)
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« Reply #20 on: August 20, 2007 05:06:10 PM »

Yeah, with Knitpicks it can take a while, but I've also received some orders very quickly so you never know. I've never used Merino Style but I have a colour card and it looks quite soft.

I have about 25" done on the first little tube. It's the best project for when you're watching TV.

~Caroline~
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« Reply #21 on: August 28, 2007 08:57:10 PM »

i got my yarn today!!  i love the color.  i got a little start on it between class and work, but just the first part, and then barely started one of the tubes.  and now i have to do homework, waah.  damn school and work!  but when i get some decent progress i will post!   happy knitting!
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« Reply #22 on: August 30, 2007 05:40:30 AM »

Woohoo! I'm glad there's someone else who's knitting this. I'm almost done with the first tube now. But I think I may not have enough yarn. It will take almost one ball to make the garter stitch border at the beginning as well as the first tube. I have four balls. I'll need one ball for the other garter stitch border + one tube so that leaves me two balls (+ some leftovers but not that much) for the four other tubes... Hmmm.

I think I'll go to my LYS and see if she has more, to be on the safe side. If I end up with too much, I can always make a matching hat!

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« Reply #23 on: September 07, 2007 11:02:03 PM »

woohoo! finished my first tube today.   this is soooo tedious.  it's going to be so pretty and warm though.  i want to knit some gloves and a hat to much, i need to find a hat pattern i like that would look good with it.  and just some basic gloves.  it'll be my first whole set.  yay!
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I want to have fun. I want to shine like the sun. I want to be the one that you want to see. I want to knit you a sweater. I want to write you a love letter. I want to make you feel better. I want to make you feel free. --Joni Mitchell

http://laceyknitsandpearls.blogspot.com/
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« Reply #24 on: December 08, 2007 10:35:52 PM »

I saw the vogue issue with the trellis scarf last year but didn't purchase it because I knew I wouldn't have a chance to get around to it. I regret that now because this is a project that I would like to do this Christmas. Do any of you know how I could get my hands on a copy or if the pattern is published anywhere else? I imagine that I could probably try to figure it out, but having the actual pattern would be ideal.

Also, what would be a good yarn to use for this project that would not pill? I want something relatively inexpensive because the scarf will take a lot of yarn, but I want to use something nice that will retain its form. Warm would be best, too, because I live in Chicago and it's starting to get cold. I was thinking about the Andean Silk yarn from knitpicks. Would this be an appropriate gauge for this project, and has anyone here worked with it and know how it holds up? It has 96 yards per ball, how many balls would this scarf take? If what you're using is working very well for you, I'd love to know what yarn it is. Please let me know if you have any suggestions, I'd really appreciate it!
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