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December 30, 2005



Ted, your two scarves are very different from each other - the yarn does indeed make all the difference. As always, great work. What improvement did you make to the points??


Beautiful scarf! It is a brave man who will knit with orange and blue. I went to Evanston Township High School, and those oh so bright colors were everywhere. They're also the Chicago Bears colors, so they're inescapable in Chicago, or even Illinois. I must say, the historical information makes me a little fonder of them.

I never thought to do a multidirectional scarf with two colors. Bravo!


I thought about posting the way I worked the points, Diane. It's a multi-row thing, with several "turn; yarn to back" instructions, and I wondered whether it might not be better served with images. As anyone who reads this blog can see, I seem to be incapable of taking a picture in-focus (and I don't understand why; perhaps I need a course in how to run my camera), so I'm leery about posting pictures of the process until I can get them in focus. I could give you blow-by-blow written instructions if you really want them.

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