August 9, 2011

Herringbone

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Wet and grey, this summer feels more like autumn.
It made me pick up the knitting needles.
It's supposed to become a herringbone collar scarf like this one, unless summer makes its appearance after all.

Work in progress: summer or scarf...

Herringbone

Herringbone

Herringbone

18 comments:

Seaweed and Raine said...

Your scarf is beautiful! What is the yarn you are using?

Pascale said...

It's left over Lambs Pride - Brown Sheep yarn I still had.

Rie said...

It looks fantastic!!!!!!!!!!!!

Zillie said...

Beautiful color!

Mollie. said...

Love the color, and that pattern is beautiful! I wonder if I could handle making this one...

nicole/brussels said...

mooie steek alsook mooi kleur, voor mij ziet dit er meer paars uit!

kate said...

Love the colour and texture! Especially next to the driftwood. So lovely!

Ana said...

You got the herringbone bug!

Ana said...

It's a beautiful color, I love it. Is there a webpage that gives instruction on how to do the herringbone stitch?

handmadebyclairebear.com said...

I love this pattern, what stitch are you using?

Taryn said...

Can you tell me are you using a different stitch for the border? If you are using a different stitch, what is it? Your border looks really nice.

Taryn said...

Also can you tell me how many stitches you casted on for your width?

Pascale said...

The detailed instructions for a herringbone collar scarf can be found here: http://www.purlbee.com/big-herringbone-cowl.
Good luck knitting!

Seaweed and Raine said...

I just wanted you to know that I have nominated you for the versitile blog award. I hope you accept :)
http://seaweedandraine.blogspot.com/2011/08/blog-award.html

Rosie said...

I LOVE it! x

M.M.E. said...

I can imagine an entire magical fish coming out of that beautiful pattern and color. One of the prettiest fish of the sea, certainly.

Ine said...

Wow!!!
Thats so beautiful:)
I need to learn that techniqe!!

Ine

Jessica said...

Your scarf looks lovely! The herringbone stitch lis amazing in that rich color.

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