Sunday, June 27, 2010

Montego Bay

This is such a relaxing knit and worked up so beautifully in Farmhouse Yarns - Bonnie's Bamboo that I found it hard to have the knitting end.
It was kind of like when you read a really good book with an awesome ending and you sit and hold the book and wish it wasn't the end.

My Montego Bay Scarf will provide a perfect extra layer of warmth in my cool office this summer while the open pattern will blend in perfectly anywhere for a summer accessory.
The project was knit with #9 needles and two skeins of Bonnie's Bamboo in the colorway, Natural.
I actually have three more skeins of Bonnie's Bamboo in the colorway, Indigo! That is a serious clue of just how much I adore this fiber. The sheen is beautiful and it doesn't split when knitting like so many other bamboo yarns.
Ahhhhhhhhhhh, these three skeins could be a sleeveless pull over or a summer vest. Well, maybe next summer, I've got an awfully long queue of projects lined up right now (more on the topic later).
Isn't the color B.E.A.U.T.I.F.U.LY?

2 comments:

marion said...

You knitted a very nice scarf and the blue yarnn......mmmm lovely.

Denise said...

It looks wonderful... you wear it so well :)