Tuesday, August 14, 2007

Kureopatora's snake--finished!


That was an easy knit, one that keeps pulling you onward to see what the next segment will look like. I really like the finished product, more than I thought I would while I was working on it.


Yay for giant ric-rac!!!



Having a lot of fun with that Nashua Wooly Stripes Tweed in 'Citrus'. After I finished the snake on Sunday, I decided to try this yarn in my first Log Cabin square.

Was thinking of Log-Cabin-ing a scarf. I really like the colors, but I'm not sure I'm going to like the effect of a stack of blocks as a scarf. This yarn can be tricky to frog, so I'm not sure right now what my next step should be. I may just lay it aside and finish other things.

I was thinking the yarn from this project might be used to better effect in a miter, or a longitudinal ripple, or an entrelac in large squares....I'll keep stewing over it and see what I decide!

4 comments:

Opal said...

What a gorgeous scarf! I absolutely love it.

Aim said...

Thank you so much, Opal. I like it too--might be hard to give away, but that's its destiny! Wink :)

Acornbud said...

I love the way your scarf turned out. Simply amazing!

Kim said...

Love your scarf! I get such a kick out of seeing finished items knit from wiseNeedle or String or Nothing patterns. Happy knitting, kbsalazar - http://www.wiseneedle.com