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Grooviness Completed

I finished my Op Tiki scarf! The pattern is Op Tiki (Ravelry link). I have been wanting to do this pattern for a while, and am very happy with how it turned out. This is a slip stitch pattern, which is pretty intuitive once you have been through a repeat once. It is a pretty long repeat though, as you can probably see. This is one of those things that looks hard, but really it isn’t.

The black yarn is Black Welsh Mountain yarn, and the white is Clun Forest. I did this as a Shave ‘Em to Save ‘Em project.

What are you working on these days? How is it going?

33 thoughts on “Grooviness Completed

  1. What a visually exciting knit! I love that your projects have a backstory about what the purpose is as you selected the yarn and project. Me, I just have a compulsive need to knit endlessly and get way too wound up with the creativeness and the colors along the way. πŸ™‚

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    1. Mostly I am just bouncing from one interesting thing to another, and often it’s just that I need a red cardigan or whatever πŸ™‚ I am enjoying all that I am learning with doing the Shave ‘Em to Save ‘Em. It makes me happy to find just regular patterns that I can use these yarns for.

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      1. I cleaned up the yarn stash last night and found so much great yarn that I decided to not buy another new skein… but this morning when I woke up I started thinking about a little visit to Miss Babs. Seriously, collecting yarn and knitting are two different hobbies. :-

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  2. I love the way that looks; straight lines appearing to bend. Wild!

    Currently knitting another brioche cowl, this one about 33” long. I find I prefer them to shorter cowls, because it’s easier to control fit with a shawl pin. Short snuggly cowls are too confining for me!

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  3. Oooh I love this! Congrats on finishing a scarf. I have such a hard time seeing scarves all the way to the end. Sweaters, yes. Scarves, not usually 😊

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