Red scarf, blue scarf

The red thing is done and blocked…

Red gossamer scarf

Silhouette

Pattern: Gossamer stars scarf from Interweave Knits Summer 2008. I made it slightly narrower by casting on 53 sts and working only 6 repeats each row. Worked out to about 8 inches wide and 58 inches long.
Yarn: The Knittery‘s Merino Chubby Sock yarn in Merlot, 1 skein.
Needles: 3.75mm
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I made it for my friend N’s birthday, and I’m glad to say that she loves it 🙂 I love this pattern. The motif keep changing, which kept my interest level up, but not so complicated that I have to keep looking at the chart. Also, as the pattern alternates between stocking stitch background and reverse stocking stitch, it makes the scarf sort of reversible — not identical on both sides, but it does look good from both sides, so I like it. In fact I like it enough to make a second one, this time in blue, for another friend’s birthday. Here it is, also done and blocked.

Blue scarf

Pattern: Gossamer stars scarf from Interweave Knits Summer 2008. I made this one narrower still (by casting on 37 sts and working only 4 repeats each row) but longer (added one extra repeat of the patterns). Worked out to be 7 inches wide and 80 inches long.
Yarn: Grignasco Champagne in light blue, 2 balls.
Needles: 4mm
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Comments

Emma says:

They both look lovely! And that is such a lovely colour blue, it’s gorgeous!

sue says:

Oh what gorgeous scarves you made. I love the pattern. Now to go and dig out the issue so I can knit one up too.

2paw says:

Gorgeous scarves, I want to knit one immediately!!! You are so clever!!

Brooke M. says:

They are beautiful. I have to knit this now.

Wanett says:

Beautiful! I love how crisp the stitches are. And the colors.

Rose Red says:

They are both lovely – I thought the pattern was ok when I saw it in IK, but you have made it look fantastic!!

Sherry says:

They are beautiful! Great work!

Ann says:

The scarfs are beautiful & I love them. I did not even notice the pattern in IK until I saw yours – this pattern is on top of my list now. Have a Merry Christmas.