Icy Leaves...

...outside have become just damp in the time it's taken me to knit this little pretty. No bad thing as it's a light, delicate piece so better suited to spring than to the depths of winter - this past winter it would have needed to be a layer amongst many scarves.
Pattern: Falling Leaves Mohair-Silk Scarf
Yarn: Rowan Kidsilk Night - 1 skein
Needles: 4.5mm Bamboo Straights
Started: 9 January 2010
Finished: 30 March 2010

It's a soft snuggle around the neck, a gentle touch which will be a gift for a gentle lady, a little token of love that will be held dear for the sake that I made it whether or not she likes the scarf, though of course I hope she does. I think that the best recipients of gift knits are the ones who see beyond the item to the work within. As my Dad said, having made my Mum a carrier for taking water for his chickens, it's the time that goes into a gift that counts :)

Comments

Unknown said…
Oooooooo that's a nice looking scarf :0)
Charity said…
Oh, this is really fabulous! I'm sure it will be much appreciated, you did a beautiful job. :o)
Anonymous said…
a beautiful scarf with a really beautiful sentiment. the people who matter always appreciate these kinds of gifts, regardless of whether they 'like' it or not.but no one could not like that, its lovely!
Lucie said…
it is lovely.
and i agree with your dad/
Lynne said…
It's looks lovely - I just want to pick it up and feel its soft, warm lightness!
Rose Red said…
It's lovely - and a great set of photos!
Lea said…
what a beautiful post.
Marianne said…
That is a beautiful scarf!
I quite agree with your da. :^)
T. said…
Your dad is a smart man.
Lovely.
Rachel said…
So pretty and delicate...certainly seems like the perfect spring scarf! I think your philosophy applies to any type of hand-made gift.
Linda said…
Its very nice sarah, I think the recipient will enjoy wearing that.
I love your pictures.

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Caffeine Girl said…
Your scarf is so light and filmy -- just lovely. I can't imagine the recipient won't be touched.
Anonymous said…
what a pretty one skein of Rowan project. It's lovely. And your dad is right! Let us know how it was received.

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