I had four thousand-yard cones of this charcoal yarn but didn’t know what to make with it. It was a shawl, three cardigans, two cowls, and one pullover before it ended up as this scarf.
I still have three and a half cones left. Now what?!
it’s very pretty!
I really like that! I would vote for a pullover of sorts. Where do you find your cones? I can never find decent yarn in cones. 😦
Thanks! I was actually given these cones, they were left overs from a knitwear company.
love it ! did you really make and frog a shawl, three cardigans, two cowls, and one pullover before making this? persistence!
Well, the shawl was crocheted so it wasn’t too brutal ripping it out. The cardigans were top down and I didn’t go past the armholes (all three times). I didn’t get too far on the cowls either, and the pullover I only finished the front. I just wasn’t “feelin’ it” on any of those projects. 🙂
I want to put them on EVERYTHING.
Dude! I love the tassels!!
Thanks! Next up: tassel sweater.
That’s so awesome, and so unique! I love it!
Thanks Caitlin! And to think I wanted to add fringe. Psh.
Nice scarf! Really like the scrunchy texture. This reminds me of the “Khair” scarf but that has fringes instead of tassles.
I’ve always liked Khair!
Ahhh yeahhhh. Tasslin’ it up.
Like a boss.
I want it.
Love it! Looking forward to seeing the next project, it’s a lovely colour 🙂
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