Spice 135 Scarf for a friend

Here is the scarf finished, blocked, pressed, I will regain some of it's texture with a little bit of time. Actually it has the texture I wanted it to have. There is a pattern, but you have to actually feel the scarf to feel the pattern, or be very close to the person wearing it, LOL. As I mentioned before it is made with Lion Brand Wool-Ease Chunky yarn Spice 135. This material is particularly nice is 80% acrylic and 20% wool. This in reality gives it a lot of flexibility. It is 48 inches long and the fring on each side is about 6. It is soft to the touch.

It is one of a kind, and like http://celticknitter.blogspot.com/ said on a comment, is a funky scarf. I was able to knit it in less than a week thanks to the grace of the Gods of Medicine.

Thanks for stopping by and allowing me to share my craft with you.


Anonymous said…
Wait a minute..... 48" is awfullly short for a scarf. I guess you're probably only going to wrap it around once?
Nik said…
i love that yarn...in that color. I used to work in a local craft store as a knitter and used to stare it down to think of something I could make with it.

Your scarf is handsome.
City Wiccan said…
handsome? Nah, funky! Really funky!

Thanks for the mention!
Cheryl:) said…
very very nice...love the color!
Jaye said…
Great scarf. Spice is a beautiful colour.
Unknown said…
It's a really gorgeous scarf lovey. Diggin' the color.

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