Tuesday, August 28, 2007

Dayflowers and Leaves

I recently finished knitting this scarf - it's 9 inches wide and about 7 feet long :) and it took less than one skein of yarn :D

I knit it out of Spritely Goods yarn in Sylph fine-fingering weight. The colorway is called Globe Mallow.

Pattern was cobbled together myself, combining Dayflower lace with what I think are called leaf shadows. Charting was a pain because the number of rows to chart to get both patterns to end at the same time was 80 rows!


Blogger errs said...

Wow! It is gorgeous. Any chance of getting the pattern out of you???

6:42 PM  
Blogger Bonnie said...

What a lovely combination of those two stitch patterns. And the color is so cheerful. Nice work!

7:20 PM  
Blogger Stephanie said...

Thanks for the complements :)
I'm leaning towards not doing up the pattern, though if there is enough interest expressed I may well see if I've the patience to type it up into a proper pattern format.

I may do another one reversing the leaf panels so they look like they are flowing outward from the dayflower panel :D

10:42 PM  
Blogger Rina said...

I would love to have a pattern like that. That's very cool.

11:30 PM  
Blogger Sissel said...

Great scarf! And it`s a beutiful color for the fall. I vote for doing the pattern, Iguess it`s a lot of work, but you`ll be my hero...

12:45 AM  
Blogger Katie K said...

It really is beautiful. I would also love the pattern.

6:15 AM  
Blogger dorothy in wyoming said...

Please pretty please with sugar on top
that is a lovely scarf

7:20 AM  
Blogger LUL said...

That is SO beautiful. It reminds me a little of Branching out but much more delicate. I am sure lots of people would be interested in the pattern!

12:56 PM  

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