Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Queen Anne's Lace

While I have been pondering which cardigan I want to knit for myself (the only downfall to ravelry is having all the information in one place and too many choices) I whipped up a couple of scarves for presents. The pattern is Queen Anne's Lace and each one used a whole skein of Malabrigo Merino Worsted which is incredibly soft and perfect to wear around the neck. I have another skein here so I think I need to make one for myself.






13 comments:

A Spoonful Of Sugar said...

What a pretty scarf pattern. Now the weather is starting to cool that could be the perfect project for me to do in front of master Chef!

kirsty@shoproomstudio said...

gosh they are lovely kate! so delicate. love them.

x

ps my birthday is in august (plenty of time) haha

x

ange_moore said...

They are gorgeous!! And it's well and truly scarf season here so I'm feeling a bit of inspiration.

sarah said...

I love them! On my to do list :)

Naturally Carol said...

I am amazed at how you just 'whip up' these things! Love that pattern..and the name..my granny always grew Queen Annes Lace near the front steps of her house when I was growing up.

Sue said...

Oh how pretty Kate!

Chookyblue...... said...

nice scarves Kate....

creative kate said...

Hi there,
I have just discovered your blog and love it!
Such pretty scarves, were they difficult? I've heard that the queen Anne scarves can be hard to make.
Well done
Kate :)

Kris said...

So pretty! I didn't know that pattern is called Queen Anne's lace. I made a baby rug with that pattern once. It turned out to be lovely. I used a 4 ply yarn with a 5mm hook. It was so soft and lacey.

Bree said...

Beautiful Kate!!

Kylie said...

I love the look of these - I might have to just make myself one:)

Lee-Anne Stillitano said...

Oh Kate, love them! They would sell like hot cakes!! Lve the colours too. lv lee

Nola said...

Your Queen Anne's Lace scarves are beautiful! I found you while searching for a pattern for QAL scarves. I'll bookmark you and come back for a longer visit. Have a good weekend.