Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Knit Four...Purl Four,

it makes a pretty pattern and a beautiful scarf.
I started this scarf last week,
I adore the pattern and the Homestead Tweed yarn.
The pattern is by my good friend 
Andee at Match the Pictures
called the 
400 Yard Scarf

 The pattern is easy, breezy...
perfect for watching the game and knitting.

 The yarn is a beautiful, natural looking tweed,
with pops of surprise colors throughout.

I am just about half way and this will surely need to be blocked,
it's a curler!!

I am joining Ginny at Small Things 
for
Yarn Along

19 comments:

  1. it is going to be beutiful and will keep you very warm DEBBIE

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  2. Hello Debbie!:) It's looking good with this lovely yarn choice, a classic colour, which goes with everything.

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  3. Good morning, Debbie! It is pretty and a lovely color too. You make it look and sound so easy, I would need knitting for dummies. LOL! Enjoy your day!

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  4. Such great knitting! The very best kid.

    Curlers drive me bonkers! Argh. Happy blocking.

    Xoxo Andrea @ This Knitted Life

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  5. What a lovely stitch! I found a pattern online, it looked like some language from a different planet. I showed Ron and he asked me what does it say? I read it to him??? I could read knit!!! Don't ask me how, but at some point in my memory, knitting lives!! I wish I could come and sit with you and let you teach me. :) I think it would be fun. I love your crafty, cooking and knitting days, I also love your trips with Chuck, I also think you are wonderful Debbie, have a lovely day.

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  6. beautiful pattern, color and needles!

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  7. Wauw I'm sure it will turn out beautiful~!
    I like doing this too, but am not skilled at all :(

    Sugarcandycandy.blogspot.com

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  8. I love the look of this scarf Debbie. I am really impressed with your knitting skills.

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  9. Very nice! I envy anybody with the talent to knit, sew or do anything intricate like that.

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  10. I agree with Sharon, I admire those who can learn to knit, sew, etc...(just not one of my talents). Loving the warm color of the yard your using.

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  11. Here you go, showing off again. :)

    Seriously, I love this yarn and such a pretty pattern.

    xoxo

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  12. you go with your clicking sticks!

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  13. My dear mum used to knit some lovely clothes ... cardigans, jumpers, knitted animals - her needles were always clicking, special memories.

    I do like the look of your yarn, enjoy your knitting.

    All the best Jan

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  14. Oh, you may get me back to knitting yet. You are such an inspiration, Debbie!

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  15. Love the natural color! Beautiful!

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  16. That is just Gorgeous pattern, one I could actually do :) and the color would go with everything so that makes it a perfect scarf, you find such pretty yarn. I checked out your friends pattern page, she does lovely work too!

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  17. Another beautiful scarf by you; awesome! The pattern is beautiful and you are doing so good. Way to go girl; I love it. Blessings and hugs!

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