Friday, January 11, 2013

It's A Wrap!

The wrap is done!  I really liked working with this yarn.  I loved the thick and thin feel - the smooth and fuzzy and then of course that little strand of glittery ribbon yarn every so often was delightful!
 I swear, I kept knitting and knitting away, just to get to that one little strand of ribbon yarn.  I think there was only one per ball.
 The yarn is Red Heart Boutique Magical and if it was not so distinctive, I would go out and get a whole bunch more to knit up more scarves!
 The color changes were fantastic as well.
Started:  12 November 12
Finished:  January 1st 2013
Dimensions:  63" X 19 3/4"
Needles:  US 8
Yarn:  Red Heart Boutique Magical
Color:  1406 Hocus Pocus (great name!!)
Lot:  1809
I used a little over 4 balls.
It's my own pattern - Cast on 75, K 6 rows
10 rows stockinette
6 rows garter
then repeat until it's long enough and end with 6 rows garter

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10 comments:

Michelle said...

It's so fun to have a portion of pattern, or in your case, a portion of the yarn, to help along the progress of a project. This turned out beautifully. I don't think you should let the distinctiveness of the yarn stop you from making another...or two. :-D

Minding My Own Stitches said...

That's an awesome scarf. I love all the different textures. The glitter is great, but probably just as well it's used sparingly. I doubt it's very soft :)

bookworm-Mary said...

Such a cool yarn!! I love how it worked up :)

Nancy McCarroll said...

oops; guess I did not sign in before!

MarmePurl said...

Hocus Pocus is a great name!
What a fun looking project

Ginx Craft said...

Your wrap is lovely with all those subtle colour changes. There looks like a heck of a lot of knitting in it.

Cathy said...

Interesting yarn that turned into a great looking wrap, love the colour changes!

WonderWhyGal said...

Great colors! Now you will have something to match everything.

Gracey is not my name.... said...

It turned out great! Nice job!

Laura Blinn said...

I'll start with this. I hate Red Heart. So I find it so surprising saying that I love this. Great colors and texture! It almost looks like handspun. Portions of it anyway. Great job!