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Lilletia
« on: June 03, 2014 01:32:46 PM »


Wanted to share my first scarf!


I'm confident at the knit-front-back stitch, and the knit-two-together stitch, so I was wondering to myself if I could make a chevron scarf by effectively moving one stitch over with every row.
I'm quite pleased with the result:


None of the images show that there's sparkly threads to the black wool as well; I saw these yarns in a thrift store and I'm quite drawn to unusual yarns.  So I chose the purple and the black varieties to match the jacket I'm wearing in the photo.

But I really like the way that when it gets wrapped around my neck it's all points sticking out at jaunty angles
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« Reply #1 on: June 03, 2014 02:04:23 PM »

Fun! I like it.
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« Reply #2 on: June 04, 2014 09:37:34 PM »

CUTE!
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