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Jewel Toned Rainbows | One Row Lace Scarf

At the time of writing, this is the longest item I have ever knitted*. Unblocked, it is measuring in at over eight feet long. I really need to block it though, because it is a beautiful lace-ish pattern. 

If you want the details, including a link to the pattern I used, you can check out my Ravelry page. I put everything there. This was an excellent project for a beginner. It is quite pretty to look at, and no one will realize how easy it actually was!

shitty instagram progress shots

that gradient, though

oh hello, manual focus

stretched out so you can kinda see the pattern

What I learned
I definitely need more practice when it comes to following patterns. I am forgetful and tend to go onto autopilot pretty easily...which sucks. I ended up tinking a good six rows all together of this one. Stitch markers and focus are needed.

This yarn is beautiful, but weird. The blue-teal sections are very tightly spun while the red-brown bits are practically roving. It made things a bit tricky for this novice, but after a foot or two I was used to it.

I am shit at estimating. I bought two skeins of this stuff...and I only used the one. I have no idea what I'll do with the other...maybe I'll make a shawl or something? 

This gave me a taste for lace. Lace looks hard. But I might give it a go.

*as of April 2019, it is still the longest thing I have ever knitted.


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