Well, I have joined the ranks of Lady Eleanor knitters and am about 35% of the way through. I love the pattern - very rhythmic and calming, and easy to remember (except for the side triangles at least). My only complaint is with the yarn - I'm using Noro Silk Garden (colorway 246) , and while the colors are gorgeous the yarn is unevenly spun. Some parts are over spun and some aren't spun at all. This sort of thing doesn't normally bother me a whole lot, but considering that there are a lot of seams where stitches are picked up, it's a bit annoying, as some spots look wonky. But, overall I like what I've got so far. I have a few pictures of progress posted on flickr
if anyone is interested.
I also completed a version of Braided Mischief
over the summer. It was intended as a Christmas gift, and the recipient just loves it. :) I worked that up in two balls of Debbie Bliss Cashmerino Aran, which gave the scarf a lovely texture and softness.
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