• Knitting & Crafting

    Danica Scarf

    Danica

    Danica started December 12th 2007, finished December 25th 2007
    Pattern: Danica by Jesse Loesburg – Knitty, Winter 2005
    Yarn: Patons SWS in Natural Earth – 80g 110yds 70% Wool 30% Soy – 4 skeins
    Needles: #8/5mm straight bamboo
    Modifications: Due to yarn change, no changing of yarn between sections. Added fringe from Lady Eleanor Stole in Scarf Style.
    Lessons Learned: Entrelac and knitting backwards (purling on the RS)
    Cost of Project: $20 for yarn
    Would I knit it again? Yes. Not for awhile though. I want to make the LE stole one day.

    Entrelac Winter warmth

    Pattern Notes and Comments: For a scarf, this took a long time even though I knit backwards. You should definitely learn to knit backwards for entrelac. I enjoyed it for the most part because I was able to memorise the pattern by the end and watching the squares and triangles shape up was neat. I really do want to make the LE stole one day. This is going to my bulky winter scarf for awhile. I did not block it, but I’ll wash it eventually so then it’ll be blocked.

    The fringe I made is really ugly which is why there isn’t a photo of it. I wasn’t in the mood to make a fringe; I just wanted to finish the scarf so I didn’t make the effort. It is the nice knotted fringe from the LE stole in Scarf Style. It matches my Fake Isle Hat now though. It’s definitely over 60″, and when I do wash it, I know I could probably stretch it quite a bit.