I wanted to say a special thank you to my 'model'. She is recovering from being ill and she was such a sport to model the scarf and let me take photos of her, when she has 'sick' face. She still looks beautiful to me! Thanks sweetie!
The scarf is 64 inches long and 9 inches wide plus the fringe. It's big and wide so it can be worn around the shoulders. It can also be worn partially on the head and still have enough scarf left to warm the neck. Or it can be gathered and folded into a pretty cowl neck. I made it big for versatility. And it's warm and comfy, too. Not too bad for my first knitting project! I hope Mum likes it.
I packaged it up and put it in the mail today. I am so proud of myself for that because I am usually really bad about getting to the post office in a timely manner. I used one of the cards I made and I typed the care instructions on my computer, printed them out on white cs and adhered that to the inside of the card. I tied on a sloppy bow using a piece of the yarn from the scarf project.
Thanks for the visit. Until next time...
Wow! Your mom's scarf looks so good! She will love it. Your model looks good too..hee hee! Glad she is feeling better.
Whooo hoooo! Your first knitting project looks FABULOUS! Congrats on getting it done. And your mom will LOVE it because you took the time to make it for her!
I'm SO impressed with your packaging, too. I need to take lessons in presentation from you!
Your model is gorgeous!
Congrats and way to go, my friend!
Your mom is blessed to have a daughter such as yourself and I see God has blessed you with a beautiful daughter too!
Wow...your scarf is beautiful Barb and I know your mum is going to love it!
I've been out of town and just now getting back to blog reading.
CONGRATS on finishing your first scarf!!!! I knew you could do it!
It's gorgeous and I hope you mom loves it!
=) So what's next? hehe... let me know if you need a pattern.
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