Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Since you asked...

kmkat asked about the yarn in my second triangle. It's Cascade "Heritage" sock yarn, 75% Merino Superwash, 25% Nylon, color 9928. After blocking, the gauge is 17 sts = 4 inches. I'm estimating it took me about 420 yards.



The finished length from the top edge to the lower point is 23 1/2 inches. The width across the top edge is 46 inches.


Hmmmm, think I should iron that shirt?

4 comments:

Leslie said...

Ironing casual clothing is highly overrated and consumes precious energy (yours and electricity). So sayth moi :P

junior_goddess said...

I think you should get some Wrinkle Release-either Downy or the cheaper brand. Spray it on, and pat it down...that stuff is great.

Like the scarf. I can never manage casual chic. I look like refugee.

kmkat said...

Oooh, I was contemplating a sweater of Cascade Heritage sock yarn with some yoke stripes of Misti Alpaca hand-painted sock yarn. Someday...

Elizabeth said...

I love that scarf/shawl thingy. Great pattern and nice rich colors!