Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Waterfall Scarf

I don't know why I first called this a waterfall scarf, but when I look at it, it just reminds me of falling water.
I saw a scarf like this in a local boutique, in blue/green colors, and I said to myself, "I have some yarn just like that! I can make that!" So I am!
It's very loosely-woven, on large knitting needles.
See that big wooden needle? The matching one is on the bathroom counter. It's just 20 stitches across. And I have another skein of that yarn (it's more like string), when this one is finished.
Honestly, it looks more like beaded jewelry than knitting. It's tricky to do, and I'm a mediocre knitter, but I'm enjoying it!
Now here's a question for you: when I finish it, nice and long with fringe on both ends, how much should I sell it for? What do you think?

5 comments:

  1. You are very talented, MK! I am not good with prices, so I can't help there!

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  2. LOVE it! IDK about pricing....could you go online and possibly google scarves and see if you can find something similar?

    Trudi

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  3. You can't claim to be mediocre any longer! It's amazing!

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  4. Very pretty and unusual! I like the Googling idea. And thanks for visiting my blog, especially the nice comment about illustrating your children's book!! It's a fun dream! :D

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  5. Lisa, you never know!! :)
    Hunter, thank you dear. I finished the scarf last night, and it does look good. And Madeline gave me enough of that yarn to do at least one more -- if I have the patience!

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