Thursday, October 10, 2013

Green Planet Scarf Finale

Project:  Green Planet Scarf
Pattern None, it's a stockinette strip
Yarn:  Odds and ends from Green Planet Yarn, primarily natural fibers (wool, alpaca, silk, cotton)
Yardage:  No idea, but it's a few weeks worth of ends
Needles: Size 8
Cast on: Not recorded
Cast off: October, 2013
Cost: None
Notes: At Green Planet Yarn when customers buy yarn in skeins, the winding service is free. All the ties and odds and ends come off the skein go into a bag. Every few weeks I take this bag home, pick out the longer, prettier pieces, tie them together and make a magic ball. This scarf is the result of one of these magic balls. It's certainly one of a kind. I plan to give it away, so if you want it, raise your hand.

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WonderWhyGal said...

What a great scarf and a great use of not wasting good yarn. I love it with all of it's texture. I use my ends in some of my weaving.

It's finally getting cold here. Soon I'll get to wear that scarf I won from you.

Have a great weekend!

Cathy said...

What a great idea for a scarf, I might use some of mine in the weaving now that I got a loom. It's good to have you back, I've missed your posts!

Winnie said...

What a nifty idea to join all your odd ends and make one big ball! Love the scarf! :)

Kathryn Ray said...

Lots of fun!

Voie de Vie said...

Hey lady - I'm with Cathy. Where have you been?

Very funky scarf - I'm surprised the store wouldn't want to display it as a work of art.