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?


marion said...

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

Denise said...

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