Monday, June 04, 2007

Digging the Lace

I've been working on a lace scarf with my Sea Silk. I had to knit and frog a few times before I got the hang of the pattern and of correcting my mistakes. Now, after 10 repeats of the border I feel good. Real good. I love it. It is currently sharing knitting time with some other projects, but I hope to be done with this in about 3 weeks or so (I am not a fast knitter!).

The pattern is from Victorian Lace Today: Scarf with the No. 20 edging. Or as I have been referring to it: The Diamond Border Scarf.

I cannot impress upon you all enough how much I love this Sea Silk. I have been unable to capture the beauty of the colors and certainly if you have felt it, you know that one would have to be a poet to fully describe the texture. And the smell is ... well, vacation. Knitting this project is just a feast for the senses (I guess the hearing thing is lacking. But I've been listening to lots of good music while knitting as well ...)

I leave you with today's colors in the garden.


Liz K. said...

That Victorian Lace Today book is so incredibly and inspirational. I love those colors, and imagine that it feels so good!

Anonymous said...

That's such a great book with so many projects in it I'd like to do. I can't wait to see the whole scarf. Love the net-look lace.

Anonymous said...

I'm so jealous! I haven't yet gotten any sea silk to work with! Pretty pretty lace!

Bridget said...

It looks like the scarf will be gorgeous. Must.Get.Sea.Silk.

(Your garden sure looks happy!)