The prettiest house

Just for R

Now that I've completed it, I realize that there are not too many people I would knit a 6-foot long scarf for.

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There's only one person that I can think of, really.

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And while I'll be sad that he's in Winnipeg for the week, training for his new job, I'll be happy that he has this scarf to keep him warm.

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Well, warmish. He will be in Winnipeg, after all.

Anyway, I think he's gonna like the scarf.


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Ohhhhh.... I like the scarf! And I don't even live somewhere that it's needed, but it would be worn.

Diana J

you're alone in the trailer this week?! girl, the admiration I have for you runs deeeeep


I think he'll like it too!


Well, if he doesn't like it you can send it to me.


I love that scarf! Where did that yarn come from because I need to make one!


It came out GREAT! I love it!


wow. the scarf turned out amazing!
i don't see how he *couldn't* like it!


Maya, when I read your tweet about this scarf I thought you said it only took you three hours! When I came here and read that is was six feet long, I was in awe. Three months makes much more sense! I must read more carefully! It's beautiful! I'll bet your husband is going to love it!

spread your wings

wonderful scarf - it looks VERY cozy and i'm sure he will appreciate having it in Winnipeg


Well done! I agree, not many people rate such a scarf.


I am starting to wonder how long your husband's neck is :)

I like the colour of the yarn.


the texture is amazing Maya...six feet?!?!


It looks very cozy and warm indeed! I could definitely use it today. It's freezing here!

kate oren

that looks like an awfully warm scarf. he doesn't like it. I have an address where you can send it? LOL.
It is freezing here in OH.


I love the creamy scarf and the new banner - Winnipeg is not far from here...


The scarf is beautiful.


Lovely scarf! You are making me want to learn how to knit!


Wow, it looks so warm and cozy. I love the color, too. I'm sure he'll love it. ;)


What a wonderful yarn! I woke up to a 4 degree morning--and took pics for my blog outside in my pajamas! I could have used a nice scarf like that. Your husband is lucky!

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