Thursday, September 4, 2008

Linda's Blue Self-Striped Hat Scarf Set

I love this yarn - it is worsted weight and looks like sock yarn. The blues have a hand-painted look and is my favorite colorway.

The hat is head-hugger style and long enough to cuff. The scarf is knit vertically in garter stitch.

2 sk yarn
Size 8 circular needle

Size: Medium - Large
Time: 9 hrs

See close up of scarf below

Linda's Soft Terry Scarf

This scarf was made using a strand of varigated terry and worsted weight yarn holding the strands together.


1 sk terry
1 sk worsted

Size: Long
Time 3 hrs

See close-up below.

Linda's Doublestrand Hat Scarf Set

This set is made with black and blue yarn held together and was a fast knit. The hat is in the beanie style and the scarf is classic drop stitch.

1 sk black
1 sk blue

Size: Medium-large
Time: 6 hrs

Linda's Sand Beret

This beret is a done in a neutral sand color.

2/3 sk wool/acrylic

Size: Large
Time: 5 hrs

Linda's Two-toned Scarf

This scarf is knit in garterstitch with yellow and blue, alternating colors every other row by sliding the piece on the needles.


Leftover yellow and blue wool

Size: Short
Time: 4 hrs

Linda's Infant / Premie Cap

This little rolled-brim cap is knit from very soft baby yarn.


Leftover blue and pink baby yarn

Size: Premie/Infant
Time: 2 hrs

Thursday, August 7, 2008

Linda's Assorted Scarves (2)

Here are two more quickie scarves.

The multicolored scarve is a simple 2x2 rib pattern using two strands of worsted yarn - solid brown and varigated terry.

The black scarf is made from 1 skein of fun fur. The yarn for this scarf was donated by The Yarn Shop and More in Overland Park, KS.

Time: 5 hrs
Size: Long (both)