After almost 2 years*, I’ve finally finished my Red Seed Stitch Scarf!
Pattern: Seed Stitch Scarf
Started: Sometime in January, 2007
Finished: Saturday November 8, 2008
Yarn: Caron Simply Soft in Autumn Red
Needles: Size US 8
Sadly, this scarf was sitting in a drawer, over half way done for many months. Every time I would start a new project, Nathan would ask me if I finished the red scarf yet. After Cathy mentioned that the Red Scarf Project had extended their deadline, I knew I needed to finish this scarf so I could donate it. I hope the recipient likes it!
* This is way too long for me to have a WIP! I know, I’m already getting startitis, so I’m sure I’ll end up with longer WIPs eventually :)
13 thoughts on “Red Scarf Project”
Yay for finishing the scarf! It doesn’t even matter how long it took, at least it’s done now.
Yayyyyyyy!! That scarf has been a part of your knitting history, diligently following you around to knit groups and knitting with friends. Like an old friend! :) Congratulations on finishing it. So glad you are donating to the Red Scarf Project!
I’m sure the owner will love it. It appears to be a rather perfect shade of red, and I love seed stitch texture…
oh it’s very pretty and don’t feel bad how long it’s been on the needles. no guilt.
Love it Love it!!! Thanks so much, I’m sure the Red Scarf Project will be thrilled.
And such an artistic photograph as well.
Good for you, Terrie. Nice job.
Great job! It probably feels good to free up that spot in your knitting bag.
Congrats! Doesn’t it feel good to get those drawn out projects finished? I’m still riding on the “FO high” of my CPH. LOL
The recipient of the scarf will surely love it. :-)
The Red Scarf Project is really cool – I’ll have to try to make one for them one day also.
You deserve a medal for knitting that much seed stitch. It’s really pretty. Good for you for picking up a really old UFO!
Yayyyyyyy! I think this is such a lovely scarf — it’ll be a very lucky recipient indeed. :)
What a lovely scarf!
And your cat is just adorable..!
thats a very nice scarf. i would like to try that one. can you tell me the procedure please. thank you.
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