* herringbone scarf

Posted on December 18th, 2008 by maitreya. Filed under Knitting.


I’ve got a few Christmas present posts queued up for after they get opened.  Every year I either spoil the surprise by posting it once it’s done, or I forget to take pictures and then December/January is a craftlog desert.  Not this year!

Here’s one from Christmas past, a scarf for Mark.  I used this herringbone scarf pattern and Mark picked out the yarn (Thick and Quick?) at the giant going-out-of business sale Treasure Island had when they went under.  The scarf is really thick and warm.

It’s a really easy pattern for such a cool stitch.  Kind of looks like sideways knits.



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