Tuesday, 11 June 2013

Giving You Lifelines

I love knitting stripes. Never seem to get enough of them. After I posted my scarves made from stash yarn I have gotten a lot of emails from knitters wanting to know the pattern.

I finally got my yarn together and made up the pattern. In order to do that I knitted a new scarf and called it Lifelines.

I was inspired by the tiny line of orange light in the horizon when the sun rises. I little line of assurance that the sun always rises with hope of a new day.

The bright tomato color from Madelinetosh sort of reminded me of that line together with the Noro Silk Garden Sock yarn.

The scarf is knitted from one end to the other. You knit two alternating rows of your preferred color. Mine is 270 x 52cm long.

I used up two skeins of Noro and 1.5 skein from Madelinetosh.

You can actually use any kind of yarn weight for this project. Use up a lot of stash or get yourself some favorite skeins.

I hope you like my new design. It is both in english and norwegian.

If you are on Ravelry you can download it here.
If you are not on Ravelry you can download it here.

24 comments:

  1. Hei Lone
    og takk for oppskriften. Du lager noen fantastiske fargerike ting, som man kjenner man blir glad av, når man ser dem.
    Jeg elsker også farger, det gir liv i hverdagen.
    Ha en fin og fargerik dag!!

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    1. Tusen takk Sylvia!!!! Ja, heldigvis er verden skapt i farger :-)

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  2. Nydelig bilde av deg og sjalet ditt!! Du kler det veldig godt- og ser strålende ut! Så generøst av deg å legge ut oppskriften, den er selvfølgelig allerede skrevet ut- tusen takk!

    Flotte bilder fra ditt nære møte med dyrelivet i London- vakkert! :-)
    Fortsatt god sommer!

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  3. Ej hvor er det altså bare fantastisk sødt af dig at dele din opskrift på dit flotte tørklæde, jeg er smuttet på ravelry :))

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    1. Velbekomme Gitte!! Håber du kan lide det!!

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  4. What a wonderful pattern, thanks! Yesterday I have searched for the right yarn in my stash, this will be my next project.

    Hugs from Germany
    Tanni

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    1. Thank you so much Tanni - I am so excited to see how it turns out!!!

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  5. Thank you so much for this great pattern, I am a big fan of your colourfull knitting. Now I can knit, this one will be one of my next projects! (my son Vic alreaday ordered one :) )

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    1. You are welcome Annelies!! Vic is a boy with love for knitting - the new Kaffe Fasset???

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  6. Den er gemt i biblioteket og jeg har faktisk noget garn der vil egne sig, så det er slet ikke utænkeligt, at det kommer på pindene i nær fremtid. Lækkert tørklæde:)
    Knus Dorte

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    1. Tak for det Dorte!!!! Glæder mig til at se hvis det bliver til noget!!! Knus!!

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  7. Another beauty, Lone! You are so generous to offer the pattern!

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    1. Thank you so much Debbie - and you are welcome!!!

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  8. Hi Lone ;o) You look really pretty ;o) I can see the sun in your scarf ;o) Gorgeous! Hugs ;o)

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    1. Thank you so much Stacy - you are sooo kind!!! Hugs and sunshine to you!!

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  9. Lone,
    Love your new scarf, such beautiful colors. Thanks for sharing your pattern with us. Off to ravelry to store a copy in my library then to see what yarns I have to make it with...

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    1. Thank you so much Karen - and you are welcome!!!!!

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  10. LOVE it!!! It just screams

    HAPPY!!!

    **kisskiss**
    Deb

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  11. Så flotte farger. Er spesielt svak for den tomatrøde fargen du bruker en del av. Gratulerer med ny egen design. :)

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