|You´ll never find a rainbow if you´re looking down. Charlie Chaplin|
A perfect match that will last for the rest of their lives. The one was born in Norway and the other in Latvia. They formed a sunrise just before winter came - and the beams will warm up a knitters heart.
Anyway, do not get your yarn to tell stories. You will end somewhere where people wear white coats... LOL!!
here. I had all this red Finull yarn lying around in half and quarter skeins in different dye lots.
And a lot of orange yarn from a trip to Riga which actually was a part of a six kilos purchased on the market.
This orange is infact not just orange. It is THE ORANGE. It is brighter, more hued and simply what I needed for my scarf.
Finull yarn has a lovely orange but it is too dark - and their brighter one is too yellow. That is how it works for me - the color has to be right or I will find another.
The whole thing is knitted in garter stitch and in six different sections. I add a lot more repeats to them as I use thinner yarn than suggested in the pattern.
There is enough concentration to to not fall asleep while knitting and not more than you can watch TV or whatever.
I am so happy about this scarf. Just what I wanted colorwise, garterwise and tasselwise. Not to mention knitwise.
The Stitch Story
Yarn: Rauma Finull, Yarn from Riga
Pattern: Red Katana
My Ravelry Page: Sunrise
|Autum is nearly over and all I needed was a knitted sunrise to get me though winter.|