I Present To You The Lace Ribbon Scarf



I admit it took longer than I could have imagined - especially since 736 knitters completed it in MUCH less time - but it is now complete and the newest object of my affection. I used Handmaiden Mini Maiden (50% wool, 50% silk), and I enjoyed every minute with this yarn. It's so soft and drapey and buttery. While I was blocking the scarf yesterday, J asked me who it was for, and I wasted no time in replying. Why me, of course!
I found this little 'druring' propped up on B's dresser, and I had to share. I must have this framed immediately. I think it's a result of all the family time that we have been spending togther. I guess it pays to pay them a little attention. Swoon.

N

6 comments:

Adriana said...

That scarf is gorgeous! And the picture is oh so sweet :)

Knit and Purl Mama said...

Oh, I totally want to knit that scarf, it's beautiful! And that drawing is too sweet. I have some of Sean's paintings framed in the house, I love them.

OzB said...

Excellent job N. The scarf is absolutely fabulous! And yes, frame that artistic impression of family time - it's a definite keepsake :-)

knitty_kat said...

I'm still remiss that I'm not in the corner somewhere.

I still think you should scan it and use it as a Christmas card. Of course you could always add hats to the cards!!

Sherry said...

I love the drawing! It is so cute!

Sherry

Sam said...

Your ribbon scarf is lovely! Great colour (and I like the subtle variation of the colour too.) As for the hand drawn pic, that's enough to make anyone's heart melt. Very, very sweet :)