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Hand Spun Scarf

March 9

For the beautiful yarn that Adrienne spun, I turned to one of my all-time favorite patterns from Candi Jensen’s book Knit Scarves. The Woven Knit pattern uses slipped stitches to form a fabric that looks, well, woven.

I like both sides of this scarf. And need I say more about the colors? Adrienne tells me the roving is called “Alpine”, by Mountain Colors.

Many thanks to my amazing nephew Neil for taking these photos. If like photography, you can check out Neil’s Flickr photostream. You’re in for a treat!

Adrienne can be found on Ravelry as Truffle. I feel lucky to have such a talented, kind and interesting friend as a co-conspirator in all things knitterly!

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Handspun Yarn – Lucky Me!

February 17

You remember my friend Adrienne (otherwise known as “truffle” on Ravelry). She’s the accomplice I buddied up with to complete the TKGA Master Hand Knitting Level 1. Having taken up spinning, she gave me 300 yards of yarn she spun her very own self for Christmas. And it’s in my all-time favorite blues, greens and teals. Swoon!


Inspector #27 approves the fiber for winding (before he curls up for his nap):


Wound and ready to knit:


I can’t get over how lucky I am to have a friend who would give me such gorgeous, hand-made yarn. Thank you Adrienne!

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Reversible Scarves by Audrey Knight

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