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Kathleen's Eternity Scarf

Photo 1Kathleen C. of Toronto, Ontario Canada knit up her version of the #164 Night and Day Eternity Scarf in a bold color story.

She used Briar Rose Fibers, worsted merino in Colourway - Fourth of July.

Here is what Kathleen says about this knitting project: "I actually finished the project on July 4th!

The pattern was very easy to follow and well written. The lace pattern was interesting and fun. The brioche was super simple, didn't keep me quite as engaged - I'm not a TV watcher, but could see where this would have been perfect.

I loved the contrast in patterns so kept working through it, knowing I was going to be very happy with the results.

I loved how the patterns and yarn colourway worked so well together. First chilly Fall day, this will be the one I will reach for to keep me warm.

I modified the pattern a bit, I used 55 stitches as I have a long neck and prefer a higher cowl. I used a lighter weight yarn, switched down to 5mm needles to get a neater look. I did more rows to accommodate the difference in gauge." -- Kathleen C.

Photo 2

Thanks, Kathleen, for sharing your finished project with us!

To show you how differently a pattern can turn out by personalizing it with your choice of yarn, here is a photo of my original sample, which I knit in DROPS Garnstudio Big Merino yarn:


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