Saturday, March 03, 2007

Angora Froth

Here's a close up of the Louisa Harding Kimono Angora scarf I knitted to the Rowan "Froth" pattern.
I posted a pic of this a few days ago but it was a very bland picture of it blocking and it kind of got buried in the excitement of my birthday and the debacle of the knitting group hiccup.
This is a much more true reflection of the colours.
It's dead yummy and fuzzy and certainly proved a hit at last Sunday's knitting get together.
Yes, people, this is my one and only finished object of 2007 so far!
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10 comments:

sandra said...

FO- better later than never!
Looks so soft and cozy!

Wee Minty said...

It is gorgeous. Er ... can I have a copy of the pattern?

Midsummer night's knitter said...

Begone, cruel woman
India

Wee Minty - I believe that you are allowed 5% of the pattern for research purposes ;0)

Sarah said...

It's beautiful and I KNOW that yarn is yummy!

Flavaknits said...

It looks beautiful on you Kathleen - the colours show up really well, its a winner.

Ali said...

What lovely colours (blue, now there's a surprise!). It must be really warm.........just the thing for spring!

carol said...

Kathleen that is one gorgeous scarf, the addition of the kimono angora really makes it. I have 2 of these in my stash - is that enough or do I need more?

Kathleen said...

Hi Carol, I used nearly two balls of the main shade for the scarf body, and nearly one ball for the edging. If I was ever doing it again I would make the scarf broader and shorter. x K

Theresa said...

So soft! So fuzzy! So lovely!

heather said...

Testing !! For some reason every time I try to leave you a comment at the moment it just disappears ?? Hope you get this - you know I love the scarf :0)