I have actually done some knitting...it looks like crap, colourwise and knittingwise, but I thought you all might want a laugh!
Crap?!?! Not at all! That looks fantastic! (sorry for all the exclamation points).
I saw the picture and thought, I love what you've done with this yarn...normally, the yarn wouldn't appeal to me at all, but your scarf makes it look quite beautiful.
I too think it looks great, my granddaughter would love it.
In that case, mail me your physical address and as soon as I finish it....which might take some time...I'll send it over!
'Why are you weeping? Did you imagine that I was immortal?'
That is so awesome of you! I'm sure she will be thrilled with it. It will be worth the wait.
Hope you're 100% real soon.
I agree -- I wouldn't normally look at a yarn with those colours but your pattern really makes full use of it and seems to 'soften' the strident hues.
Its also good that you've taken up your needles again :o)
I agree, that given the colour scheme of the yarn this is probably an excellent usage. I am suspecting that once blocked it will look even better.
MMario - I'm not divorced from reality - we're having a trial separation
What a happy scarf!! Great knitting.
See there is beauty in all things, it just takes a caring soul to bring it to life. Congratulations.
Big Hugzzzzzzzzzzzzzz Dennis
I agree! I think it's an excellent use of the yarn. It reminds me of spring and revitalization!
“Now, let us all take a deep breath and
forge on into the future;
knitting at the ready.” -- E. Zimmerman
The Knitting Mill
The idea of giving it to Randy's granddaughter is a good one. Especially if she finds it likeable. Hope you are doing much better and recover fast. Take care - Joe --- Books, knitting, cats, fountain pens...Life is Good.
Books, knitting, cats, fountain pens...Life is Good.
I think it looks great! The color choice shows a great sense of humor. That's going to really help see you through recovery. I'm sure you'll be fine with that kind of eye on life, and no doubt the scarf will be happily received by Randy's granddaughter. :-)
Isn't that a fun pattern to knit?! I'm really enjoying it.
I sincerely wish you a speedy recovery. Keep on knitting. It will help see you through some of the difficulties you face. Been there, done that, but with post-op open-heart surgery.
Still planning on Eureka Springs here, and will leave out ASAP. I'll be trying to keep up with you and all the MWK gang as that is possible.
You let go of it, it let go of you.
I think it is a very FUN COLOR and I think that whom ever you give it to will love it and enjoy the happiness and love that has been knit into it! Keep on knitting and you will get through this! Keep focused and know that you are loved and prayers and positive energy are being sent your way!