Sunday, June 17, 2007

Mead Scarf Pattern!



Even though it's like a sauna outside, I got a couple pictures of the Mead Scarf in its finished state!


I won't tell you how much I tinkered with this image to preserve my vanity!

This pattern made be downloaded free through Ravelry. You do not need to be a Ravelry member.


29 comments:

bookgrump said...

That is so beautiful! Great job! Downloading pattern now!

Marina said...

Gorgeous! I'll get one of my clones to do it when she can make some time ;-)

Guro said...

I'll just chime in wiht marina!

It really is beautiful...

Batty said...

It's beautiful. Thank you for posting the pattern! It's so hard to cast on the Baltic Sea stole again and not use the yarn for this beauty.

Marji said...

gorgeous!
I cannot believe you actually wrapped that around your head and neck right now. I believe that you are only 10 degrees cooler there than we are, and we've been pushing 100 for the last week or so.
Like Marina, I'll get my clone to just whip one up. ;)
I've got lots of stash that would be lovely in.Thank you for taking the time to write it up and publish it.

dale-harriet said...

O Cruel Mistress! {g} I've printed it out too, I of the grim Stockinette School of Toques. But I think I might be able to manage THAT chart and I've never tried a chart (in spite of lace books full of 'em). I'm game to give it a shot (and you'll come visit me at Mendota where I've been taken, gibbering and drooling, right?) After making such admiring thoughts about it on your earlier post, I AM going to try it. And yeah, it's warmish -- I actually cranked up my "cool room" for the first time this season. Not the last. (Hard knitting in the 110% humidity.)

Elizabeth said...

Just think of it like a dance: one, two, three, cha cha cha. The cha cha chas are the YO and decreases. There are really only two business rows, just slid over by one stitch each time.

Ali said...

Thank you for posting the pattern. It is a lovely scarf.

I'm so happy to hear you may have tinkered with a photo due to vanity. Gourds knows if I had Photoshop still I would look entirely different than I do now.lol.

Ruinwen said...

Thanks for another wonderful pattern. This will be fun to make when it gets cooler. You look fab in your new creation! :)

Penny Karma said...

What a lovely smile and glowing skin you have! I'm gonna check out that pattern... I'm intrigued by the cha cha cha.

Amanda said...

This is a beautiful scarf! I'm downloading the pattern for my "to do" list.

Larjmarj said...

Beautiful scarf! Love your blog name, I'm afraid I'm in the same boat. I've also been know to tweak a photo here or there. I won't tell if you won't.

Anonymous said...

Beautiful scarf. One of the very few that I would truly like to knit. But attempting to download pdf's ALWAYS crashes my machine. Might there be some other format or way to obtain this pattern? Because YES, it's THAT lovely! KUDOS to you .. job well done.
Warm hugs, Maggie
DrMaggie @ aol.com

Anonymous said...

Just a note .. Elizabeth very kindly spent a good deal of time today working with me and my machine to make sure I got her pattern and the chart that goes with it. I appreciate her generosity of spirit and her willingness to share her creativity. I hope she keeps on designing pretty things and does well with her patterns wherever she makes them available. This is a very Nice Lady. Thank you again!
Warm hugs, Maggie

OSB Oblate said...

thanks very much for the pattern. The scarf is Beee-u-tee-ful!

Bonnie said...

That's one gorgeous scarf. I like the color as well as the design.

Anonymous said...

This scarf is my first real knitting project and it's working out beautifully. Thanks a lot for posting it, and the 1-2-3 tcha-tcha-tach hint helps a lot with not getting too worked up about it being complicated! I am very grateful you made this available. thanks!

Leti said...

I wanted to view the pattern, but the link is broken!

Wandering Knitter said...

I love the scarf. It looks delicate yet so warm. It's beautiful. I've downloaded the pattern, thanks.

April said...

Beautiful scarf! I downloaded the pattern, thank you. :)

Shoshana said...

What a beautiful scarf..I'm trying it out...just learning to knit.

Kristin said...

This is perfect! I was just looking for something to make my mom for Christmas! The only thing I'll do differently than the pattern is instead of slip, slip, knit, i'm going to use knit two together through the back loop. s-s-k makes two slanting rows, and from the picture it looks like there should only be one slanting row like k2tog TBL. Thanks so much for the pattern!

Silk Scarf said...

Lovely colours, especially now that autumn is arriving here. It looks so soft!

Caley said...

A beautiful scarf pattern! I'm an editor for FaveCrafts.com and I took the liberty of linking to this pattern from my round-up of free scarf knitting patterns. You can check it out here.

Thanks for sharing!

Carol said...

I'm being smart. I'm setting the clone to do housework, whilst I enjoy knitting this lovely pattern. Thank you, thank you, thank you for the hard work of designing this, not to mention posting it for the rest of us to enjoy.

Anonymous said...

This scarf is just lovely. Thank you for making it available. I'm looking forward to making it up for a wonderful daughter-in-law.

Ellen from downunder.

Anonymous said...

Gorgeous! It's going to make the perfect Christmas present for one of my friends. I'm using the Paton's Lace in Camel that has little sequins in the yarn. I love the touch of sparkle it is adding.

Thanks so much for generously sharing!

Heidi said...

This is a lovely pattern, and I would love to make it, but the link is not working for me. Not sure if the problem is on my end, or what???

Thanks!
-Heidi

Elizabeth said...

Heidi, Sorry about that. The domain where I had stored my pdfs has expired. The pattern is now available through Ravelry.

http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/mead-scarf