Tuesday, April 17, 2018

I Have a Finish!

I have a finished Knit Sister Tube Scarf and I love it!



One of my co-hosts on the Fibre Friends Podcast, Adrienne dyed these pretty tonal colours and put together a simple pattern to knit this scarf.  Just look at these colours.





I started with 16 mini skeins, I put them into a project bag and I randomly picked a skein, I knit with it until I felt the urge to switch colours then I randomly picked another colour.  This is how I knit the entire scarf - totally random with no rhymn or reason and I am so happy with the results.




I used a total of 278 grams of fingering weight wool from Old Oak Yarns and the finished scarf measures 7 1/2" wide and 82" long; perfect for keeping me cozy warm.






Pattern Info

Pattern - Knit Sister Tube Scarf

Yarn - Old Oak Yarns fingering weight tonals

Needle - Knit Picks 16" circular 3.25mm


If you have a stash of left over yarns in any weight, knitting this scarf would be a great way to use it up.







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