Wednesday, March 20, 2013

A finish ! !

There have been a couple of comments regarding my blog posting.
Or, should I say, Lack of Posting.
Here's something I've been working on 
and now is finished!!

Reversible Staghorn Cable Scarf
Dream in Color 
Merino wool and Cashmere
Basalt colorway

hugs

out the door to lunch out with Hubby

16 comments:

  1. Oooh, it's beautiful! Thanks for posting it!

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    1. Can you tell I'm practicing self-portraits with my iPad?
      The Merino wool with Cashmere makes this scarf soft and cuddly to wear close to my neck.

      Love it when you take time to visit my blog, Gail.
      Good luck with your dress shirt project.

      Every one should visit your blog via your link via your name

      Hugs

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  2. Another pretty knitted item finished. Now onto those cool socks you were working on last night!

    Hope you had a good lunch/dinner!

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    1. Patti, sure enjoyed sitting with you at Quilt Guild last nite. :-)

      Had a tasty chicken sandwich at Lutz's BBQ. Yummy

      Now on with those 'Hell Fire' sox

      Hugs

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  3. Very nice and warm looking scarf. Hopefully you will not need it until later this year. Spring is here on the calendar but boy is that air every chilly today.

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    1. Thanks for the compliment
      But
      This scarf will be soon on its way
      To our mutual Cincinnati Friend

      Guess I'll need to cast on another. :-)

      Hugs

      Taking photos last nite sure j
      Kept you hoppin'

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  4. Good looking scarf! Love reversible patterns for scarves.
    Luscious combination of fibers: merino & cashmere!

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    1. It is a DREAM to have cuddling my neck with that breeze attempting to twine 'round and chill to the bone
      Thanks for dropping by, Anna Marie.

      Hugs

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  5. Oh Gerry, you always knit the loveliest things, and they always suit you so well! It is wonderful to hear from you as always. I hope you two had a great lunch!

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    1. Am going to order another Charcoal yarn for a hooded scarf. Something along the lines of Pffier Falls

      Yes, thanks, lunch was YUM! BBQ chicken with KC style BBQ sauce. Slurp

      Hugs

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  6. This scarf really turned out nice. The recipient will adore it not only for it's beauty but for the love in every stitch. It will be so warm and soft and luscious to wear.

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    1. Hmmm, sounds like Amy Beth's KAL, doesn't it.

      Hope to send it along its way Monday

      Hugs

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  7. I haven't knitted a scarf in years but seeing yours reminds me how lovely they can be. Where did you go for lunch??

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    1. Must say, knowing just one skein was going to be used may the journey much more pleasurable. However, next time the cable repeat is going to use more rows between cables.

      Lutzs BBQ is a locally owned business, and, brother does he know good bbq.
      White meat chicken this week.

      Hugs

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  8. That scarf is wonderful!!! Do you like the reversible cables?

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    1. Thanks, Paula. And, YES is my response to your query. :-)

      Hugs

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