I finished the first Act of the 3-Act Play scarf. All three triangles are done. I do love how all the triangles join up. Somehow the joining makes me a happy knitter.
The triangles also determine the depth of the scarf which, for this one, is 12″. I’m hoping blocking will take it to 14″ deep.
I was suffering from eyelet fatigue so the third triangle is striped.
I added in this bronze/gold/orange colourway. I will be working with this colour across the centre portion of the scarf. This is Stange Brew, colour Sedona, by Shelridge.com. Look at all those lovely colours.
I’m sorry now that I didn’t work more ridges of blue against one ridge of the new colour. The colour change is a bit more abrupt than I had expected. Too late now.
It’s definitely time for something new.
The second Act is worked on the bias. It can be done in garter stitch, but I just did a garter triangle, so I’m done with that business. The Mods pages offer 4 slip stitch patterns and right now that sounds just about perfect.
The Mods pages have this 1×1 slip stitch knitwise pattern worked over 4 rows. Two rows garter stitch and 2 rows slip stitch. I love how the colours work here.
Of course it didn’t take long before boredom set in which always leads to something fun. I kept playing with which colour was the background colour (the two knit rows). Can you see where the colour switches?
Then I changed the blue to a dark teal, just for the hell of it.
Hmm, well, it’s interesting.
Now to do some lace. Yay. Stay safe and enjoy the sun. Deb
3-Act Play Scarf on ravelry
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Just saying Hi and to tell you of an incident at Soldiers this week.
Dave was having some day surgery and was all suited up in the waiting area with me following behind…..all kind of tense. A nurse looked at me and said how nice my socks were. The teal ones with a 4and 2 cuff! She asked me if I made them and I said a friend did. It lightened the moment for me.
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So glad. I hope the surgery went well.
I am interested in purchasing a pattern you had in CastOn from Winter 2015/16, the Cozy Cardigan. TKGA says rights reverted to you after their time. Where might I purchase this pattern? Thank you for your help. Pat Williams
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I’ll take a look to see if I have it. I never expected to sell it after it was in the magazine but it should be on my computer.
Hi Pat, I found it. Email me: firstname.lastname@example.org