Saturday, December 11, 2010

Something slow, but awesome

Julie's blog is one of the first ones I heard about once I started attending my knit night. She's consistently smart and funny, and a really talented knitter. Her Watery Llama Scarf was my first clue that there was such a thing as a reversible cable. So when I found some seriously awesome blue yarn that could grow up into a perfect scarf for my father-in-law, her pattern came to mind.

It's not finished yet, but it's pretty fantastic. I modified by making it narrower, and waiting a little longer to start the cabling.




Tesha said...

Very cool lookin! I don't have the patience for that kinda thing. So I just live vicariously through the efforts of others. heh =)

Julie said...

Pretty! I love knowing I've inspired people. This will make me smile all day.

janet said...

Thanks, Tesha! It's mostly 1x1 rib, which was daunting at first, but it's really relaxing now.

Julie, I love so much of what you do. Thanks for sharing!