Tuesday, October 02, 2007

Flower Scarf from Vogue Knitting

I am about half way through this first one, I will add a red flower or 2 to lift the colour, but it is a lovely knit. It looks so complicated but is so easy to knit a child could knit it with help with the sewing and finishing. This is the second of the Hipknits kits that I bought from Kerrie


11 comments:

Cinders said...

I was just looking at those scarf kits myself. Love the grey one.

Sussex Yorkie said...

Both the scarf and the Moebu=ius are looking fab. Can't wait to see the red flowers added.

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Queen of the froggers said...

It looks good! I copied you and bought the grey scarf yarn from Kerrie after seeing it on her blog, it isn't here yet, well it is meant for my birthday so I suppose I shouldn't have it yet anyway!

Kay said...

Oooh! That scarf looks great--figures that the first Vogue Knitting I haven't bought in ages would have something neato in it.

Spastic Shepherd said...

very pretty! I'm always inspired by your knitting!

Liz said...

I like that, it does look complicated though. I might try it now you've said it's not.

I am planning to write a list of all the projects I am planning and get the yarn at the knitting and stitching show next Friday.

Don't you have visions of me getting there and flipping out a 4 metre long piece of paper???!!!! lol I do!

Piglottie said...

Looks lovely!

Craftybernie said...

Oh I'm so glad it arrived safely! I was dreading it with the looming strike.

I'm not sure who's more excited, you or me! Silly, but I've been buzzing all day and praying that you would get it.

I am very pleased you like it. I enjoyed every minute of it!!! Take care & speak soon..Bernie

Sophia said...

Hi! I'm interested in learning how to knit the Flower Scarf in Vogue and I'm so impressed! Will you let me know how I can learn how to replicate that? Thanks!

gilraen said...

Sophia the pattern is in Vogue Knitting silver anniversary edition. It is the easiest knit I've ever done. You only need to be able to knit, cast on and off and do yarn overs, There is no purl etc. :)