Rjcb3's Scarf Exchange Pattern - Completed

When I saw the "Rustic Scarf" that Robert created for the scarf exchange, I fell in love with it. When looking at it, I envisioned being at a New England ski resort in the 1940's. It had a vintage charm I liked.

I used yarn from the stash and here is the scarf. Yarn was Lamb's Pride - Sailor, Brite Blue, Aran and Bear. It is so warm and thick!

Thank you Robert. You opened up a new world for me.

The pattern is available here:

http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/rustic-scarf

ronhuber's picture

What a beautiful scarf. It

What a beautiful scarf. It is on my list of want to do's. Great knitting.

crmartin's picture

That is really awesome, the

That is really awesome, the colors are perfect for the pattern. Good to see you, it's been a while.

Randy

rjcb3's picture

Yes...speaking of which...it

Yes...speaking of which...it HAS been a while.

)O(
Robert

rjcb3's picture

WOW!!! Rob, that turned out

WOW!!!

Rob, that turned out SO awesome!

I really love the colours that you used.

I don't know what to say...

AMAZING job!

)O(
Robert

TheKnittingMill's picture

The scarf is beautiful! I

The scarf is beautiful! I definitely see what you mean about the vintage look. The colorway you chose only adds to that vintage feeling. That pattern is definitely going in my list of favorites. Great job!

Crafty Andy's picture

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Visit Crafty Andy's Blog Love the colors it came out very nice, it look like a good pattern to play around with color-stranding.

AndrewNiehus's picture

It is so pretty. I want.

It is so pretty. I want.

purlyman's picture

So that's the completed

So that's the completed piece?!? It's beautiful Rob... can I have it? :-)