FO: Megan’s ScarfJuly 29, 2007 at 10:10 pm | Posted in Finished Projects, General Knitting | 2 Comments
This is the scarf that I knit for my Scarf swap. My partner’s name is Megan. She recently got the scarf I sent her, and she said she loves it. So do I, I think it turned out great. I kinda wanted to keep it, but I’m sure she’s making me a scarf just as awesome!
Yarn: Noro Kureyon, 2 skeins in color #188 (I think)
Needles: US Size 7
Pattern: One Row Handspun Scarf
I finally found something good to knit. Well, actually, to crochet. My orignal plan was to make Rusted Root, but I couldn’t buy the pattern until I had some money in my PayPal account, so I decided to go with something else. I still want to make a Rusted Root someday, but for now, I’ll just put it in my Queue.
This is the Light ‘n’ Lively Tankfrom Lionbrand. I’m really excited about this one. The pattern kinda sucks a little bit. To find out your size, it says to measure under your bust, and after doing that, I determined that I would make the Large size. So, I finished the Bra Triangle things and when I joined it all together to work on the bodice, it was WAY too big. I didn’t bother to check my gauge, but I don’t think that was my problem. So I just went down a size. So, the bra part is a size Large and the rest is a medium, but that works for me, I’ve got big boobs.
That’s all I’ve got today. I’m off to go crochet about a million more shell thingies on my top. Bye!