Monday, November 13, 2006

Candy Cane Scarf

My first holiday project for '06 is finished! It is destined for an auction at a family reunion Thanksgiving weekend.

Does not my little sister look adorable? :-)

Special thanks to the highly-creative Rachel, who gave me the pattern which I only slightly modified.
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Anonymous said...


Lexi looks great with that scarf, hat, and cup - makes me almost ready for the colder weather :)

Have you already taken orders for more of the scarves? It looks like it fits Lexi :)

Mrs. Molder

don't tell your Mom, but her baby is growing up

Shelbi said...

I haven't debuted the scarf to the public yet, so I am sad to say that there are no orders as of today. Maybe tomorrow when the cold weather hits. :-)

Yes, the baby is growing up. I think Mom begins to suspect a little. ;-)

Anonymous said...

I have started a scarf using the moonlight mohair - oooohhhh - it works up so nicely - thankfully, I got the yarn off of ebay or it would be a VERY EXPENSIVE scarf!!! I am also working on a red and white striped scarf - not like your pretty candy cane looking one - but out of the light and lofty.

Mrs. Molder

Shelbi said...

I can't wait to see both, they sound so warm right now! (I'm typing this in the heat-free computer room and my fingers are NUMB!) What color is your moonlight mohair? My scarf knit with MM is the color Glacier Bay. Blue with silver. It's one of my favorites. :-)

Sarah said...

awwww...Lexi does look so grown up!

Great job on the scarf - can't wait to see it in person!

Hope Science Adventures goes well tomorrow... I'm so excited - only one day left, driving to Plano! Woohoo! ;-)

Shelbi said...

Thanks, Sar. I am thinking about printing out Lexi's picture, I like it so much. :-)

Good news about Science Adventures! I will be finishing out the club in a classroom instead of the library, so I know it will be easier. I'll let you know how the changes work out. :-)