Ta Da! Finished my wavelength Scarf. I was calling it the Chain Letters scarf, but after looking and Lime and violets site, I realized that it's called the Wavelength Scarf. It came out really pretty after blocking. I wore it to the State Fair today and got several compliments.
I fianlly found and started on the perfect project for this yarn. The yarn is a beautiful self striping sock yarn called sKNITches Syncopation from The Simply Socks Yarn Company. Here is a link to their store. http://simplysockyarn.typepad.com/simply_socks_yarn_co/ Thanks a bunch guys! The pattern is crocheted and is called chain Letters. the link for the pattern is here http://www.limenviolet.com/blog/?p=3479 I'm going to have to try it in the Noro next. Have a great day. Debbie
Hi everyone - just came across this wonderful site - Melinda of Pipe Dreams and Purling Plans is having a contest for a cause: the 3-Day Breast Cancer Walk, in honor of her mother.Her story and contest details are on the contest post. Basically, for every $10 donation to her walk, you get an entry into a drawing for fabulous prizes, including a copy of the hard-to-find Poems of Color book and Brooks Farm Primero. She has a separate drawing (for a $30 gift certificate to the yarn store of your choice) for everyone who spreads the word by blogging about her contest.Please Help by Donating.Deadline: October 7, 2008
Scout is running a contest to spread the word about The Red Scarf Project, which collects hand-knit red scarves to distribute to college-bound foster children. Scarves are collected September-October and sent to the students as Valentine's Day care packages. Way to go Scout = this is a very worthwhile charity.