Wednesday, December 08, 2010

Random number generator says...

...that Muddling Through is the winner! Congratulations! Please email me at oiyi.yau(at) gmail (dot) com so I can send you the scarf. Thank you all for participating.

Here are 2 more examples of Shizuku. You can see that it also works well with variegated or semi-solid yarns.
Tomo's Shizuku
Tomo knit this one using Malabrigo Yarns Silky Merino. The color is called Indiecita. She made is for a friend's birthday gift and she told me her friend loved it. I think the silk content makes this a scarf a pleasure to wear around your neck.
Tomo's Shizuku

Shizuku #2
I have been saving this yarn for a special project. It’s Buckwheat Bridge Angoras, 70 Mohair Kid & 30% Cormo, 250 yards. It is a natural indigo dye and produced entirely with solar power. I purchased it at NYS Sheep and Wool Festival, Rhinebeck 2009.
Shizuku #2
I knit to 34 stitches for the widest part and then started decreasing. I used 220 yds and had 30 yards left over. After blocking, this scarf is much longer than the original Shizuku. It's so soft and I love the color. This may be a hard one to part with.

I have been enjoying seeing everyone's version of Shizuku on Ravelry. It's a really quick project and there is still plenty of time to make one for a holiday gift. I already started another one for a birthday gift.


Muddling Through said...

Oh, I am so excited! You know I don't knit, so this will be even more special to me. I was just telling my daughter the other night that yours was one of the first blogs I started reading when I discovered blogs. Thank you so much!!!

Natalie said...

Lucky Muddling! Congratulations!
It really is a beautiful scarf.

littlebirdbigcity said...

I love this scarf, it's so whimsical! So great to see Tomo modeling, too! Hi Tomo!!!

Meganne Fabrega said...

That blue is simply gorgeous and is shown off so nicely with the pattern! It's always fulfilling to work through the Rhinebeck stash.