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Sunday, November 02, 2008

Écharpe dentelle


Écharpe en dentelle
lace scarf

Voilà, mon écharpe en dentelle tricoté avec Elann Baby Cashmere, couleur Prism Pink. Je l'épingle crûment pour que vous puissiez mieux voir le motif. Je tricote lentement cette écharpe et il semble que je fasse peu de progrès. Je suis presque fini avec le premier balle. Je prédis que j'ai besoin de 6 balles pour terminer l'écharpe. Je suis toujours pas sûr du motif. Il n'est pas aussi agréable à tricoter que l'Echarpe Petra (Petra Scarf Pattern). La modèle est moins intuitive. Le motif semble mieux de regarder dans mon dico de maille.

My lace scarf knit with Elann Baby Cashmere in Prism Pink. I pinned it on my interlocking foam mats to better show you the lace pattern. I am knitting this scarf very slowly and making little progress. I'm almost finished with one ball of yarn and predict that I will need 6 balls to complete the scarf. I'm not really sure I like this pattern. I'm not enjoying it as much as the Petra Lace Scarf. This pattern is less intuitive and it looked better in my stitch dictionary than knitted up.

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Barbara said...

Ooh, very pretty!

junior_goddess said...

Je t'aime your scarf. Sorry, maybe j'adore your scarf would be better.

I saw 1.89 this weekend.

CatBookMom said...

Very pretty! The motifs almost look like a Pink Ribbon, the breast cancer one.

PS - I sent you an email with a Petra chart; I hope you got it.

hakucho said...

I agree...very very pretty :)
Gas was $2.39 today :)

Jean said...

Je consens que ceci me rappelle du ruban pour cancer du sein. La couleur rose est très féminine.