5.2.10

Turtle neck



The weather's so chilly I finally have reason to wear this scarf! I knitted it over winter break out of two kinds of yarn. The pattern looks complicated, but once you get a hang of the diagonals it becomes quite easy. I made one long strip and then sewed the two ends together to make a circle scarf.



i love the chunky softness, and for any knitter out there: the thicker the yarn, the quicker the stitch

xxx

19 comments:

cla-sib said...

like the scarf, it looks so cozy.. =)

your blog are so lovely... =)

xoxo cla

eliza said...

i love your knitted snood! thanks for visiting my blog :)

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bravegrrl said...

great scarf! i love it! and it looks so comfy

xo
bravegrrl.blogspot.com

Chloe said...

I love the scarf, definietely wouldnt be able to wear one here at the moment, much too hot.

I love the blog too, its so creative, I'll be back to visit.

Isabelle said...

dang it mariel! i wish maman would let me use two colors...

Tee Sea said...

That looks so comfy! I love chunky, hand-knit scarves, so I definitely have to make one for myself!

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itchy said...

yes, these are my photos.
thanks for your appreciation, made my day:)

Marjorie said...

such a gorgeous knit!
love the blog :)
stop by some time xx

Shop T.O. Live said...

I can't believe you knitted that yourself! Amazing! I've tried to knit once, but had to start over and over again, until I eventually gave up!

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deep_in_vogue said...

Fantastic work on the scarf! I used to knit a lot when I was little.. I need to pick it up again :o).

Audrey Allure said...

gorgeous scarf! it looks so warm & cozy :)

love your blog! :)
- Audrey Allure <3
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alex Stoltze said...

love the scarf! love the blog! and the wolverine one. Im from portland too! there is such a cool/unique style in portland! (i know one of you is in paris right now too which is incredible because I LOVE paris!)
xo

Erin said...

No way! You knitted that? Tres chic! My grandmother taught me how to knot a while back but I've never gotten very far. It's snowing here so maybe I'll pick my needles back up. Love the blog, and I'm all about bargainsssss, it's like my sport seriously.

xo,

Erin

oh and p.s. where did you get the fabulous mango nail polish!? love it. And the lace headband! Can't wait for your next post

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FashionHippieLoves said...

great blog!

X

* Reena Rai * said...

That scarf looks so cosy and warm! How long did it take to knit?

E said...

What a marvelous creation. I love the colors and yarn that you chose.

♥ Christine said...

great job on the knitting, i LOVE the pattern! :)

hooray for bows! (in your previous post)

Blackswan said...

this is fabulous!! i love the use of two different yarns, so original!

been going through your posts, you're very creative and come up with your own take on things, which makes it even more interesting!

would love to do a blog interview on you if you wouldn't mind!

i will email you personally.

youronlyblackswan.blogspot.com

x Your Only Blackswan

Isabelle said...

ahh yes that would be a lot of fun!!x