Alpine Frost Scarf

Thank you, everyone, for all your comments, for your congrats on 10 years of knitting, and for your feedback on my new blog!  There is still time to enter the giveaway for a chance to win a handknit shawl or scarf!  Just leave a comment on the post before June 11th, 9 p.m. EST.

The comments and all-around good feeling of moving to a modern blog design were a great start to my weekend, which was filled with balloons, chocolate cake, and lots of toys – my little boy turned three on Sunday!  Can you believe it?!?  I can’t!!!

Next up, I wanted to tell you a little bit more about one of the prizes of the giveaway – the Alpine Frost Scarf.

Although I blocked the scarf only recently, I started crocheting it almost a year ago.  I truly enjoyed the stitch pattern, and felt that it was a great project for frequent starts/stops.  It was pretty portable, too, until it got too big to fit in my purse.

PatternAlpine Frost Scarf from The Best of Interweave Crochet.  After crocheting the scarf, I added a picot edging all the way around, as described in this FO on Ravelry.  Love the way the edging looks, and it allowed me to thread blocking wires through the loops and block the scarf nice and straight ;).

Yarn:  merino/tencel blend (fingering weight) that I’m pretty sure I purchased from Mind’s Eye Yarns in Porter Square.  I sadly do not have additional details, like yardarge, etc.

Hook:  E/3.5 mmFinished dimensions:  about 70″ long and 8.5″ wide.

I would keep this scarf for myself (it’s my kind of color), except I find that I prefer smaller/thinner scarves that I can tuck inside my coat.  So, it became part of the giveaway!

14 thoughts on “Alpine Frost Scarf

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  1. silvia

    OMG! Your boy is 3! That’s crazy fast. He’s also turning into a mini-me-boy version of you! Well you’re both gorgeous so that’s not a bad thing.

  2. Joanna

    Happy Birthday, Gregory! It seems like only yesterday that you made your appearance! Any minute you will be wanting to get your driver’s license.

  3. Marla

    Your little guy is so cute and happy. Love the raspberry color of the scarf – it’s amazing how good crochet is looking these days…I used to just use it for blankets. I may have to rethink that….

  4. G.N. Villeneuve

    Your scarf & blocking is beautiful and your son is gorgeous. What a happy face.

  5. Belinda

    Congratulations on your 10-year knitterversary. I have really enjoyed reading your blog over the last 10 years. Thank you for being such an great and truly enjoyable blogger :)

  6. Lynn

    Sorry I missed the giveaway, but congrats on 10 years to you and Happy Birthday to little Gregory!

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