The leaves are starting to fall into place! So far, I've only done four repeats (six or seven more to go on this half) but we'll see how far I get... The Debbie Bliss Cashmerino Aran is pretty light on yardage, so I may reduce the number of repeats so that I don't run out of yarn. The scarf is knitted in two identical halves and then seamed together. This way, the leaves fall the same way on either side when you wear it. So smart!
The leaves are a lot more textured than I thought they would be... Very three dimensional. I imagine that blocking will soften this up a bit. Anybody block this scarf yet? I don't want to stretch it out until it's no longer springy...
Felicia from sweetgeorgia
Labels: Backyard Leaves