Thursday, August 16, 2007

I Finished My First Christmas Gift!!!! :)
My OH MY Scarf !!!!
This Scarf is made using a yummy SOFT Yarn called OH MY by Plymouth and it is really Oh My Soft !!!!
The pattern I chose I designed myself.... IF you would like to make one I will post the pattern repeat here for you!!!
Let me know how yours came out and how you liked the pattern ...

I used a # 11 Needle for this one...The yarn is like a worsted weight but very soft !!!

Cast On 26 Stitches...

Row 1- K2, *K1, YO, K2tog* repeat from *to * to last 3 stitches... K3........ Right Side Row

Row 2- K3, purl across to last 3 stitches...K3

Row3- Knit Across

Row 4- K3, purl across to last 3 stitches...K3


Repeat Rows 1 to 4 until desired length.. Mine is 62 inches long..




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11 comments:

kerlina said...

Pretty! Long enough to keep your bum warm! :-)

Kathy Wajerski said...

I would go broke making scarves because I like mine to reach my ankles.

Lovely pattern. Lovely scarf.

OneScrappyChick said...

gorgeous!!

Pooch said...

Bless your heart! I was looking for a nice pattern for another scarf for the Red Scarf Project. And, here it is!! Thank you so much! It is very pretty.

:)

handknit168 said...

oh... so early to knit a x'mas gift. By the way, I have knitted one to my friend's mother.

Carrie Penny said...

I don't know if it is my eyes, but that slate color really sets off the pattern, it looks really yummy! I like it a lot! Very classic!

sandy said...

Awesome~~
how many skeins of yarn did you use?
Sandy

Lisa said...

I have ONE ball of the "Oh MY" and I could not put it down in the store and it came home with me( to make the little teddy bear that uses that yarn) so I know how soft it is! I can only imagine how thrilled the recipient will be with wearing your scarf, of your OWN design.
Congratulations!

Jules said...

Gorgeous!! Well done!:)

Isabelle aka Tricotine said...

Oh my, Oh my! What a lovely scarf! Good job! :-)

maylene said...

I love your how your scarf came out. I know how Oh My feel since my youngest chose that yarn for me to make his little blankey.

By the way how many balls did you use?

Maylene