And Then There Were Three

From my perilously low one project on the needles this past weekend, I’m back up to the usual three! Two is the Elizabeth Montague socks of earlier post fame. Today’s start is the Patina scarf from AC Knitwear’s Confident Knitting technique club, and the technique is embroidering on knitting. First you have to knit your scarf.

Patina was designed by Jeanette Sloan and is an easy to knit slip stitch pattern. As you can see I don’t have much of a start on it, but it seems like it will be a reasonably quick project. Once the item is knit, then it’s embroidery time! So that will be in a while.

The scarf itself is knit with 2 skeins of Schoppel Gradient DK, and the embroidery is done with 2 strands of Zauberball. My gradient colorway is Tea Ceremony/Teezeremonie and the Zauberball colorway is Autumn is Timeless/Herbstzeislos. I’m enjoying it so far!

10 thoughts on “And Then There Were Three

  1. Your knitting sounds like my reading – I like to have several things going at the same time. Less chance for boredom! πŸ™‚

    Embroidering on knitting sounds awesome! And way above my skill level.

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