Sunday, December 12, 2010

Redwood Smoke: help from a fellow knitter

Back in November I found myself in a quandary. Redwood Smoke was nearing completion and the edging yarn ran about 10 yards short. This is the Woodsmoke scarf pattern published in Brave New Knits. Smoke signals were sent up with success and this sweet knit was finished in a jiffy!




Just one more example of what a helpful tool Ravelry can be in making our fibery dreams come true.





The updated search options made it super easy to locate projects that had been knit out of this particular color of Malabrigo Silky Merino. I searched for finished projects and then asked those who had bits and pieces of the yarn left over for help. Locating a fellow knitter who would not only part with her yarn, but sent it to me right away and refused to accept payment was made easy.





Once the package arrived, this scarf was finished in no time flat. The colorway matched and is indistinguishable from what was originally used.







My plan was to gift this as a Christmas present, but I am finding it difficult to part with.






Many thanks to Mary who goes by Hellskitch on Ravelry. I appreciate your kindness.

2 comments:

Walden said...

Looks lovely! I like how the two colors look together.

michele said...

Beautiful ... as always!