Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Corkscrew Scarf


I finally finished this corkscrew scarf, a late Chanukah present for my mother. It was knit lengthwise on circular needles. The pattern, which is super cool and was designed by my coworker's sister, uses the natural curl of the stockinette stitch in combination with rapid stitch increases to create the corkscrew shape. It was fun to knit, and I hope my mom thinks it will be fun to wear. That is, if I ever get it in the mail...

2 comments:

Benjamin Kalish said...

That's awesome Libby! I wish I could figure out where the increases are, but I admit I'm baffled! Neat!

Ashevillemarcy said...

Would you be willing to share your pattern? I've viewed numerous products and yours is, by far, the best!