Friday, December 04, 2009

Multidirectional Diagonal Scarf



72 inches long by 7 inches wide. Worsted weight yarns, knit on US 10.5 Additurbo circular needles. Casting on a total of 40 sts. Here's the pattern I used.

9 comments:

  1. Teresa3:14 PM

    That is beautiful! If it was colder here I would ask one of my sisters to knit that for me!

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  2. Very gorgeous and classy-looking, Melody! You're going to have to start selling these, you know. :-)

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  3. Anonymous6:43 PM

    It is BEAUTIFUL*AWESOME*LOVELY*INCREDIBLE.....anymore adjectives out there that are a fitting description?
    Love it!

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  4. WOW, Melody, this is gorgeous! You continue to outdo yourself, and have inspired me to want to learn to knit. A friend from my quilt guild knits, and is in a group that meets on Monday nights. After final exams this week, I'll go next week. I want to make the Baktus scarf. What weight yarn/size of knitting needles should I get? What is the advantage of using circular needles?

    I haven't been reading your blog as regularly as I did since we've gotten a virus on our desktop computer. I'm using my laptop, and don't have my 'favorites' marked. Anyway, thank you for blogging and sharing your life and art with us. I love all of your creations and think you have a fabulous sense of humour! You really crack me up sometimes!

    Kristin in SC

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  5. Love this look! Wish I would hurry up and finish this blanket so I can start one of these!

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  6. Your scarf is beautiful. I also love the snow.

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  7. This is a lovely one - love the 1st picture on the upper left!

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  8. Anonymous10:03 AM

    I have to admit, I don't share your love of COLOR but this, this is BEAUTIFUL!!!! v.j.

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  9. Fabulous scarf and colors! Didn't I hear you say you were going to put that in a giveaway LOL
    Can't blame me for trying!

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