Here's the latest product from my needles. At Christmas, my niece looked at a green hat & scarf in a store and mentioned how much she would like a scarf. Later, we were looking at knitting patterns and she really liked the Irish Hiking Scarf. So, I decided to knit this for her out of Ella Rae Classic. She'll have it in time for St. Patrick's Day-- how appropriate!


V's picture

She's gonna love it. I love that pattern. Made a few myself. Looks very beautiful.

crmartin's picture

Beautiful, I love the color. I'm sure she will cherish it.



Asbjörn's picture

I agree, the pieces are beautiful and the color is great. That's right in the range of greens that are my favorite. _____________________________


jbbw's picture

Looks great. Just in time for St. Patrick's day


kiwiknitter's picture

I admire your craftsmanship - very, very nice.

Knit like the wind!

Never trust a man who, when left alone in a room with a tea cozy, doesn't try it on.  ~Billy Connolly

albert's picture

Beautifully done, and the green is exquisite! What is the fiber?

Stephen450's picture

The fiber is 100% wool. It's very nice to work with and at $6.95 a skein I thought it was a bargain.

steve kadel's picture

lovely and well done

we put birds on things

grandcarriage's picture

Ella Rae classic.

HHow many skeins did it take to do this project? (Beautifully done, BTW). What did you think of the yarn? A number of LYC have switched to it as one of the basic wool plied yarns. Do you think it will wear well... any prone-ness to pilling that you'd see?

I'm quite sure you are her FAVORITE uncle, aren't you?