Tuesday, 4 December 2007

Finished Aria

I've finished the Aria scarf. I used Rowan's Natural Silk Aran, a blend of silk, linen and viscose, because the scarf is a present for my god-daughter, who is allergic to animal fibres, but it suits the pattern very well and would be a good choice for anyone who wants a drapey, ripply, swirly scarf.
I wanted it extra long, so I used six balls of the yarn (71 yards per ball, nine inches of Aria). I've had it hanging up since I finished it, and it's stretched a bit, which was what I wanted, so that she can wrap it round and round. It was a very satisfying knit and I'm delighted with the result.



It keeps looking like a deliciously frilled sea creature, whenever it's draped over the sofa or curled on the floor.

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2 comments:

Oiyi said...

It looks great! I love the frills.

LynneB said...

Your scarf looks great and I just love the series of photos ...laminaria mutates into sea anemome ...it reminds me of a book I read about genetic hybrids!