Infinity Drop Stitch Scarf

Yarn: Knit Picks Sugarbunny Platinum
57 g (just a little more than 1 ball)
Yarn Weight: Worsted
Needles: Size 9 circular
Measurements: 5 1/2 ” wide and 55″ long
Pattern Location: Infinity Drop Stitch Scarf Pattern
Time Spent: 6 hours
Dates: 4/4/2012 – 4/6/2012

I made this scarf for my sister since the Ambigram Scarf wasn’t quite the right color for her planned outfit.  It’s the planned WIP I posted about on Day 3.  I ended up a little impatient and didn’t wait until Easter to discuss it with her.  She may hate the scarf, I have no idea what to expect.  But I really like it so I wouldn’t mind if she did hate it.

The whole impatience thing started because I’ve been wanting to try this Sugarbunny yarn out for months.  I decided to knit up a swatch and then I didn’t want to put it down.  Not even to work on my other WIPs.  It’s incredibly soft and cuddly so I guess it was well named.

The pattern itself is really easy and I just made it up as I went.  I may go ahead and write it up if anyone is interested in it.  Which then brings me to the question would this become my first pattern?  I would finish it before I finished the knee high sock pattern I’m working on.  I’m not sure if it counts by which one is finished first or which one was started first.

UPDATE: I went over for Easter dinner tonight instead of tomorrow.  My sister likes the scarf and is keeping it.  I   took a few pics of her wearing it but I have to wait for her to send those to me.

Comments

  1. judithornot says:

    This is lovely! Thank you for making the pattern available. 🙂

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