I did not get a photo because it would have been difficult to pose and work the camera at the same time. Instead, I took a photo of the knitting with the intention of posting it - smiles - which I didn't get done either. I put a "tag" with the scarf so the wearer would know a couple variations for draping and giving credit to the designer.
I am sure you can "imagine" how beautiful this looks in "pink." The yarn is super soft with thick and thin bulk and the most luscious feel. Family and friends all want one!
My previous post, and my sidebar, has a link to Vicki at 2 Bags Full in case you would like to join in on gifting a "pink scarf" and sending love to a woman going through breast cancer treatments for next October. As many of you know, this is a cause that is near and dear to my heart.
I absolutely love that pattern of the twisted cowl hoody wrap. I can see you knitting this in no time at all and that amazing yarn is to die for - nothing more beautiful than hand dyed pure wool!
The perfect gift to warm any woman's head and heart facing a solo journey of uncertainty and pain!
Warm hugs girlfriend,
Such a beautiful scarf. It will certainly help the recipient feel prettier during a difficult time.
Karen- your scarf is so very beautiful-- even more so in person! You are going to touch someone's life and make them feel so very special with this incredible gift-- bless you!
It's lovely!! I too am a life-long learner and wanting to crochet or knit and paint are next on my list..
That is stunning.....scarf envy!
How have you been? I couldn't believe today Kenai was 30 above and Soldotna was 7 starnge.....hope your well, love Heidi
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