Last December, I've started a scarf for my daughter. I bought the yarn from a new independent dyer who also happen to be a friend in my knitting group. On Facebook, you may follow her as Colorista. The yarn I bought from her is really soft and the colors were amazing! I recommend it!
Also, for the first time, I've knitted something without a pattern. I know, a scarf is just a scarf but still, I'm quite proud of myself. I searched for a simple scarf pattern for a baby/toddler on Ravelry and I was not able to find one I liked (maybe there are just too many patterns on Ravelry). Just to know how many stitches to cast on and how long I should make it. So, I've decided to write it down and share with anyone who does like to simply follow a pattern, no matter how simple the knitting is.
I have to say I really like it. It is pretty and practical, soft and warm! I named it the Peppa Scarf if you would like to look for it on Ravelry!
I hope that winter will come to an end soon. Scarves are great but summer is better! Happy knitting (and mostly good night)!
This is super cute. Congrats on publishing your first pattern!
Such a pretty scarf, and the color is gorgeous!
Like it a LOT! Congrats on putting out there your first pattern! Just curious about the name...is it from Peppa Pig? That was a big hit in my house last year. I loved their accent...:-)
Oh how pretty! I like this alot - simple yet elegant. And the color is wonderful. Isn't it nice when you know the dyer personally?
I've knitted most of the scarf watching Peppa Pig. I think Peppa is a sweet name. At first, I didn't like the cartoon but now, I think it is cute and funny!
Yes, it was a pleasure to knit and knowing her, I had no doubt about the quality of the yarn when I bought it!
What a sweet scarf. I'm sure it will be well loved in this cold weather.
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