My third scarf ...

Here's my third knitting project ever ... It's a scarf I made for my mother in law. I would love some feedback.

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mostlynuts's picture

I should have also mentioned that I used size 10 needles.

RickeScott's picture

Nice! You're more abitious than I was when I started!

agperovsek's picture

Hey really nice job man, detail is really beautiful...hope she enjoys it...Tony

Thor's picture

Excellent!! It looks beautiful. I love those open, lace-like patterns. Great job. I hope she treasures it.

albert's picture

Beautifully knit and the color is really elegant. Details about the yarn and pattern please.

crmartin's picture

Beautifully done. You have made tremendous progress.


QueerJoe's picture

I'm impressed that you were undaunted by such an intricate looking pattern stitch. I also agree with picked a perfectly elegant color for the scarf.

MMario's picture

Another who thumbs up on the colour. Looks VERY good for a thrid project , ever, and lace at that!
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mostlynuts's picture

In response to the request for details ...

The yarn is Adrienne Vittadini "Trina" made in Italy. It is 55% Merino Wool, 35% Microfiber, 10% Cashmere. It is very soft and just a little heavier than it looks. There is no name to indicate the color, but the color number is 116. The label reads "50 grams = approx. 71 yards." (perhaps someone could tell me what all that means). I used US size 10 needles and a feather and fan pattern.

mostlynuts's picture

It took about 4 balls of yarn for the project and is 5 feet long.

PaxKnitter's picture

Beautiful! Great job! I'm sure she'll love it.
Another pattern for me to bookmark.


Ellacre's picture

That looks great. Nothing like the satisfaction of finally casting off..

gardenguy42's picture

Excellent work, beautiful pattern. Way to go!

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