Thursday, 13 January 2011

Scarf


I could keep knitting this forever (and on 1.12mm needles I probably will be). It's simple and clever and creates the most intriguing fabric.



The pattern is Knitty's Summit Shawl, downgraded to a scarf by the tiny needles and silk thread.

19 comments:

lula cat said...

this is amazing!
i wish i had skillz like you yo.
x

Magic Cochin said...

That's a fantastic pattern!

Thanks for the link :-)

Celia

Danya Ristić said...

Wow, so neat and precise; and in the top photo it looks like rivulets of water.

painted fish studio said...

the pattern is stunning! and you're an amazing knitter.

lalovedesign said...

beautiful!!!

Jo said...

Wow, it's amazing! You make me wish I could knit :-)

Sonya Philip said...

That knitty pattern caught my eye too. Yours is so lovely, reminds me of wave patterns on the sand.

Libe said...

Lovely :)

Lori said...

Wow, gorgeous. The yarn is beautiful as is the knitting. So impressive!

cpeezers said...

I started this awhile back and then got sidetracked. Your beautiful version makes me want to try it again!

L'Atelier said...

wow! amazing! really!!!

Kat said...

Seriously beautiful. Wow.

heleen said...

in that color and yarn it looks just like made out of metal. Beautiful!

tjou-tjou said...

} wow. dis pragtig. wanneer ek groot is gaan ek ook so kan brei.

Billy said...

Great scarf! It looks so fancy!

Lia said...

I looove that!!! it's absolutely amazing!!!

www.buttoncandy.co.za said...

that looks seriously complex. But wow - good job.

Meira Shana said...

It looks complicated as a shawl ... and you took the pattern to a whole new level! Tiny needles and sink! Yikes!!

Quite beautiful and you are very talented.

Thank you for sharing.

Ingrid K. said...

Great pattern...will try it...see if I can manage...your project is awesome..