Tag Archive ‘Veronik Avery’

 

knittedyarns First FO of 2009-Dreaming in Orange Lace Ribbon Scarf Done!

First FO (aka Finished Object) of 2009 is the Dreaming in Orange Ribbon Lace Scarf for my sister-in-law. This scarf took longer to knit than anticipated and I was lucky that our holiday celebration was postponed due to snow. As a result, I will be able to give my sister-in-law a finished, blocked scarf. Knit […]

knittedyarns Wedding Present Number Two – Lace Ribbon Scarf Becomes A Shawl

I gave my sister the light grey lace weight wool that I had initially intended to make my wedding shawl from. It is 70% angora and 30% silk fingering weight by Catherine Van Laake’s Loom in Essence Atelier. I have 830 yards which should be sufficient for a rectangular lace shawl that’s at least 60 […]

knittedyarns Lace Ribbon Scarf – Second Version in Koigu Finished!

I have knitted the two skeins of Koigu merino in an array of reds and purples to coordinate with this season’s colors into a second version of Veronik Avery’s Lace Ribbon Scarf. I bought this yarn over the summer at Loop in Philadelphia. Since I only had two skeins for a total of 350 yards, […]

knittedyarns Ribbon Lace Scarf – First Wedding Gift Done

Instead of buying members of our wedding gifts, I gave my sister who was my matron of honor, my mother and two other friends balls of fiber wrapped in small pink pouch. Each package contained a note stating what it would become when knitted. I thought that this gave the gifts a personal touch.   […]