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January 16, 2008 / KristenMakes

…scarves aplenty

Well rather than making my post summarizing my recent projects extra super long by including my scarves, I figured I’d make a post just devoted to scarves.  Although I’ve made more, some of those have been gifted so pictured are just a few…


 From left to right: 

  • Orange — the first scarf I ever made – while still in high school I think – financed, aided and encouraged by my Aunt Shelley, one of the best knitters I know;
  • Grey — a simple 2×2 rib;
  • White/green — a Slytherinspired (Slytherin + inspired) for my friend Colin, which I have yet to hand over to him. 

And from top to bottom:

  • Brown/gold — my husband’s Gryffindor (no word-meshing here) inspired Harry Potter scarf – love it!;
  • Off-white — the scarf that got me back into knitting in college, when I refused to spend 20 dollars on a long skinny Gap scarf and instead marched home to make my own;
  •  Navy — a basic seed stitch – I found myself going a little crazy without something to knit on a recent Florida trip, so we ventured to Wal-Mart (ugh…) and bought yarn/ needles.  Both needles broke days later, but the scarf continued!

Anyway, I was having a little too much fun with the camera, so we (me & scarves) had a little photo shoot…



How do you like my scarf presentation?


Sorry guys, that last joke was pretty bad.  Quite uncalled for, in fact.



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  1. amanda / Jan 17 2008 1:30 am

    i think i’m in love with your scarves…

  2. Steven / Feb 17 2008 2:38 am

    I want a Gryffindoor scarf too! Richie and I decided we should all have them and wear them around together.

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