Friday, January 4, 2008

Entrelac scarf

This entrelac scarf, in blues and grays, like a hypnotized patient--hoho thisa way, hoho thata way--slinked along in Rowan Tapestry yarn. I did this one to learn the technique, basing this 9-inch-wide scarf on the clearly described patterns for a much more voluminous entrelac stole, in Scarf Style (Pam Allen). A nice late-Christmas present for Me Mum.

Now that it's blocked, I've cleared the decks for New Year projects, having finished all but one, . . . two, . . . no, three of my WIPs: the Dragon-Skin Wrap, the Cayuga Cardigan, a Kid Silk Night scarf.

I'm getting excited about the range of choices I'll have for subsequent projects as I tick off the few remaining ones I need to finish before leaping forward. I've got a Jaywalker sock started, in Kaffe Fassett Regia sock yarn, and expect to do considerable two-stranding work, in both Rauma's 3-ply strikkegarn and Jamieson's Spindrift, but haven't figured out what or the wonderful colorways awaiting my viewing pleasure.

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