Remember this yarn that I picked up almost one and a half years ago at Yarnivore in San Antonio, Texas?
It didn’t have a good beginning. My attempt to wind it into a ball became a tangled mess. But I finally finished it after a few plane rides. I followed the Sakkie Knit Ruffle Scarf pattern written by the yarn store owner. This is how it looked fresh off the needles.
Some blocking was definitely in order to lay out the ruffles.
It straightened out quite nicely. Here are front and back views.
My mom picked the pattern. I plan to take it to her when I see her for Thanksgiving. Hope she likes it!
12 thoughts on “A Little Something for Mom”
Looks good. I like the look and colors. Nice work.
Thanks! I love the colors in the yarn.
I love both the colors and the pattern. It’s a nice simple piece that has a lovely drape.
They had a sample scarf in the store and my mom loved it. It does drape nicely, once blocked.
Looks wonderful. It was worth the wait for it to go from skein to FO.
It did take a while but at least I’m using up my stash.
It is beautiful. The colours and drape is stunning. You knit very well. Thanks for sharing.
Thanks! I love the way it turned out. Can’t wait to give it to Mom.
I like your blog! Also your travel photos and comments.
So glad you stopped by!
I love the colours in that yarn, your mum is going to love it! 🙂
Thanks. We picked the yarn together although she probably won’t remember.