Wednesday, February 04, 2009

Seed stitch scarf


Before all the pattern making and wedding dress shopping (more about that soon), I was on a fierce knitting kick. One of the things I made was this seed stitch scarf. I wanted a chunky scarf and this fit the bill perfectly. Also, because the yarn was super bulky, it was a very quick and gratifying project. I recently bought more yarn to make a matching hat, but until I finish the bag pattern, I don't think the knitting needles will be seeing much action. At least my neck and chest have been staying nice and warm this winter!

Pattern: No pattern, just simple seed stitch
Needles: Size 15
Yarn: Cascade Magnum in Moss

8 comments:

Katie Jean said...

so cute! I love the seed stitch. Speaking of, I haven't finished my seed stitch scarf from our lesson a year ago!

UK lass in US said...

I love the grey - it looks great.

How does seed stitch feel in a scarf? I think that's about the only stitch I didn't try in my search to find a 'non-rolling but still soft around the neck' scarf.

Susan said...

That looks great. Nice choice of seed stitch for the bulky yarn.

lucky knitter said...

You did a wonderful job! It looks nice and warm too!

Kathy said...

Oh, I love! Can I have one/???? :)

Philigry said...

oh, love that.

Whosies said...

love the color and the stitch. great job.

Geek+Nerd said...

Oooh, seed stitch is so simple and pretty! I love the color and the texture of this!