Wishing I was in Maui, but dealing with being here


Not much commentary today as I’m getting ready to leave for my last day at work for about 11 days. Tomorrow we leave for a trip to Astoria, OR to visit family. Plan to do some knitting in the car (when it’s not my turn to drive) and with my SIL as she beads and I knit.

The pattern is called Dawn’s Twisted Scarf and was created by the owner of The Twisted Stitch in Monterey, CA for the Peninsula to Pier Shop Hop in May. She doesn’t have a page on Ravelry but is on FB. The yarn is Star Light and has a bit of sparkle but it’s not showing in the picture. I love doing cables and not so much lace so this scarf is a great balance.

Hope you all have a great week and check back for Yvonne and Dave’s Road Trip Adventure to Oregon later this week and next week.


Comments on: "WIP……." (9)

  1. That color is very lovely and it is shaping up very nicely. Hope you enjoy your vacation.

  2. I love the cables and lace combo! You can totally see the sparkle if you click on the pictures for the closeups. It’s gorgeous yarn.

  3. Wow this looks stunning. Enjoy your holiday!

  4. Your scarf is lovely! I hope you have a wonderful trip.

  5. Ooh, that scarf is coming out beautifully. I love the pointy ends and the way the lace and cables have a really delicate, tree-branches sort of look.

    I hope you have a good vacation!

  6. Pretty scarf. Drive careful! Enjoy yourself.

  7. Lovely scarf , fabulous colour ! Too bad the designer’s not on ravelry , the pattern is just gorgeous , love the combination of lace and cables .

  8. That is a gorgeous colour, and a really pretty pattern! ❤

  9. That scarf is very pretty. Hope you enjoy your vacation.

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