Yes you read that right, there is a Finished Object in the house! Haven’t seen one of those here for a while eh? I finished the Midwest Moonlight scarf last sunday, and here it is!
And here’s my (hopeless) attempt at posing like the model in the book. Ha ha!
Pattern: Midwest Moonlight scarf from Scarf Style, designed by Ivy Bigelow.
Yarn: Filatura Di Crosa “Zara” in Light Baby Blue (colour no. 1462), 125m/50g, exactly 3 balls (basically I just kept doing the repeats until I almost run out of yarn).
Needles: Grey aluminium 4mm / US 6.
Final measurement: 146cm (57.5 inches) long, 15cm (6 inches) wide, unblocked. Perhaps it could be longer and wider if I block it, but I don’t think I will block it as I already like the way it looks as it is.
Modifications: I made the scarf narrower than in the book, so I casted on 33 sts instead of the 49 sts instructed in the book, and did only 2 pattern repeats each row instead of 3 repeats.
I think this is my favourite scarf so far! I love how it looks unusual, with the slants and the eyelets and all. And yet it’s so simple to make! Love it.