YOP Update

Morning bloggers

I have a finish to show you all for this week. I completed my One Row Lace Scarf so I’m doing another little happy dance. This is going to be a gift either for a birthday this year or else for Christmas. I was asked where the pattern came from last week and its from Ravelry a free chart, just hit the link in pink.
Caoimhe was my model today for scarf.

One Row Lace Scarf

I loved this pattern and I will be knitting it again for myself I have another Noro yarn in mind for it !

I cast on my next scarf that is for a present also. Its the Victorian Spring Scarf. I have to say I’m loving this pattern also, I think I just like lace really. I played around with the size of needle this one is on and finally settled on a 5mm, it did say 6mm but I just wasn’t feeling it, this scarf is going to be blocked when finished and we all know the powers of blocking !
This is just two repeats of the pattern.

Victorian Spring Scarf

I also got my yarn for the socks which I forgot to take a picture of but I am casting those on this week so I’ll have something fingers crossed to you show you on that next week.

My Dishcloth Challenge is posting on Thursdays for anyone wanting a gander, links to the cloths and patterns used. It is now a threesome with Kim from Page after Page and Keri from When did I become a knitter joining in. They both have some excellent picks for their first cloths.

Happy stitching,
Ruth

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22 Responses to YOP Update

  1. Lucie says:

    Oh I love them both – the colours in them are just fab 🙂

  2. Doesn't Caoimhe look just beautiful in your lovely scarf? Oh my, but the Victorian Spring Scarf looks positively gorgeous! Wow! Great choice of colors on it also.

  3. Cris says:

    Oh the scarves are so lovely! They look so delicate and the model looks absolutely adorable 🙂 Great job!

  4. The scarf is lovely. You have a great eye for color.

  5. Marsha says:

    Love both of the scarf patterns. You have picked some wonderful yarns and patterns to go together.

  6. Tricia says:

    They are gorgeous Ruth, cant believe how grown up caoimhe has got, since I last visited you.

  7. Sandy says:

    Both are very nice. The scarf looks wonderful on your darling little model!

  8. You do such gorgeous scarves!

  9. Mouse says:

    a wonderful model in the making there ..lol lovely scarves tooo … I shall leave the two needles crafting to you … I could put more holes in than are charted heheheh love mouse xxxx

  10. Faith says:

    Love the one row scarf, really pretty the way the colours run through. I like the look of the new one, and as you say I bet it will be stunning when it's blocked.

  11. Susieq says:

    We got our 1st real taste of winter this week and I dug out my knitted scarf that a dear friend did for me. Yours looks as soft and toasty as mine is.

  12. Linda says:

    Hi Ruth. Great job on finishing the scarf. I love the pattern but I much prefer to crochet. Looking forward to Thursday.Linda

  13. That's a lovely scarf!

  14. Kepanie says:

    A very vivid scarf on a cutie.

  15. Dorothy says:

    Your scarf turned out lovely and the model did a fantastic job!! I have some Noro Kureyon that I might try using this pattern.

  16. Your one row scarf is gorgeous! You must be thrilled. Another one in Noro is a great idea!

  17. Kim says:

    Such pretty yarn and patterns–the recipients of those scarves are awfully lucky. I agree with you on the loving lace–I personally love the challenge of it. I am off to go check out your dishcloth post from last week and am excited to officially join in on Thursday this week.*smiles*

  18. Liz says:

    The scarves are gorgeous! And what a great model you have!

  19. Thoeria says:

    Great finish Ruth! And your victorian lace scarf looks like it is going to be stunning 🙂

  20. Nicole says:

    Great choices for patterns. I'm going to have to keep that first scarf you mentioned in mind! And I need to keep tabs on your washcloths, I love seeing them!

  21. I ave to say she really is quit photogenic. Where on earth did that come from…?? LOL

  22. Karoline says:

    Your scarf is gorgeous, love the colours

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