The Maggie Seaman's Scarf

Bugzen's picture

This was my first lace work. The picture is prior to blocking. The scarf was designed by Myrna A.I. Stahman, a knit designer who lives in Boise, Idaho. Myrna asked me to knit this piece as part of a memorial project for the coach of the women's army basketball team, who died suddenly in April, 2006. Scarves were knit by many people and sent to the team members in rememberance of their coach.

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Bugzen's picture

Thanks, guys, for the nice

Thanks, guys, for the nice comments.

Prima! Really excellent. I

Prima!

Really excellent. I want the recipe! AND: I want a pic of it after you dress it. Will you block it without mercy or just barely tease it into shape? I'd love to see it Tortured to the Max . . . but, then, that's just me. . . ahem. . . . .

~Mike in Tampa (who really likes lace displayed at it's fullest level.)

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Bugzen's picture

I actually don't have a

I actually don't have a picture of it dressed out. Myrna likes to do that part, and I didn't get a chance to see it prior to being shipped off to the team. As far as the recipie, I will see what I can do. The pattern can be given for free, but Myrna has some conditions for that. I'm out of town at the moment, but when I get back will get it together for you.

kylewilliam's picture

gorgeous scarf - what kind

gorgeous scarf - what kind of yarn did you use? It looks like some sort of mohair? Kyle

Bugzen's picture

The yarn was Blue Sky

The yarn was Blue Sky Alpacas sport weight. Sorry, will make sure I put that in future posts.

MMario's picture

The central ribbed section

The central ribbed section is the main design feature of a Seaman's scarf.

kiwiknitter's picture

Very interesting - I didn't

Very interesting - I didn't know that. I think it's a neat feature.

My knitting is totally tubular!

kiwiknitter's picture

I like this scarf,

I like this scarf, especially the design of the narrower ribbed part that goes around the neck. That looks like it would wear more comfortably.

My knitting is totally tubular!