Monday, 18 January 2010

knitting to eternity

A quick and snuggly knit has been on my needles this last week. I've been snatching a few rounds here and there, in between my very focused 'unprocrastinating' moments where the to-do list is most definitely being done.


I'm using some of my malabrigo (stone blue) and the pattern is the eternity scarf.


I love this pattern - three different stitch patterns provide enough knitting interest, yet it's simple enough to relax into the knitting without having to be totally on the ball. Nearly finished.

12 comments:

Frogdancer said...

I've put that pattern on my Ravelry queue after seeing that. Thanks!

Dragonfly said...

Mmmm, so have I! Love your choice of yarn - I really should've made better use of mine...

kristina said...

Oh how gorgeous! Have just added the pattern to my Ravelry favorites. Really looking forward to seeing the finished scarf. K x

A Bun Can Dance said...

Your knitting looks gorgeous - I love the colour! I've been happily knitting most of today and it is so good to get into the rhythm....
D xx

Gina said...

That is knitting up beautifully. Gorgeous colour too.

Petit Filoux said...

That yarn looks beautiful x

Discerning Admirer said...

What a great colour - blue that radiates warmth with hints of steely grey and snowy white. You are onto a winner!

Ali said...

I had not seen that pattern before - it's most intriguing. And your yarn colour choice is sublime

The Curious Cat said...

It looks wonderful! I really should have done the knitting course rather than the photoshop course this month...I think I'd have learnt more! Met someone on Saturday who had this beautifully intricately knitted vest - I just couldn't believe someone he knew had actually knitted it - took them 2 years on and off...It was so professional... xxx

MarmaladeRose said...

Lovely colour. It looks really soft yarn.

notesfromthefrugaltrenches said...

Absolutely lovely! It just puts me to shame!! In fact I just showed it to my friends who are staying and said "look at that talent"

silverpebble said...

This colour is beautiful Diana and the knitting itself is a triumph.

I can see the few little pinecones remaining in their little bowl. They have given me so much pleasure. Thankyou again x