It's amazing how the same 4 or 5 stitches can make so many different, unique patterns. If I wasn't hooked on lace before, I sure am now!

On a side note, this yarn is definitely more sport weight than fingering ~ my scarf is wider than it's supposed to be and even with the 4th 'extra' skein I bought, I'm certain that I won't have enough yarn to finish so I ordered another skein online at Jimmy Bean's. I can always make some socks with it if I don't need it.....but I'm almost positive that I will!

AND...I've already decided that if it is SO gigantic when I'm finished that I can't wear it as a scarf, it is going to make a BEAUTIFUL table runner for my kitchen table ;)


twistedinstitches said...

Or if you have a very tall person in the family...this would make a lovely gift!!!!

BEAUTIFUL job! I too am amazed by switching up those stitches how different they can look!

And the yarn weight...look at the heaviers vs the lighter weights.

I think Tone and mine are very similiar in weight and twist.


twoknitwit said...

...NO tall people in my family ~ Kelli's daughters are the tallest on my husband's side but even though I love them, I don't think I can part with this when I'm done ;)

Andrea said...

Is it too late to get in on this KAL? I've gone to the link, but can't make heads or tails of it.

Hobbygåsa said...

It is beautiful knit, and I love the color! Well, started out as a scarf and ended up as a table runner - that's a new one I think lol:. If it is too wide for a scarf, you maby can consider how long you are gonna make it and make it a shawl instead??

Hobbygåsa said...

Andrea: This pattern was a free download through December as a Calendar knit. The pattern is now availabe to buy together with yarn in the Sweedish webshop.