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Awake from hibernation & relaxing by the window

Awake from hibernation & relaxing by the window

From the vast darkness of my bottomless “craft closet” (an actual closet in my apartment overflowing with crafty mayhem), I managed to unearth a very noble, classy, and sophisticated project – the Henry scarf, originally published in the Fall 2007 Knitty.  I absolutely love the design of this scarf.  The cleverness is astounding, really.  I love how the pattern makes this knitted piece look like woven material, and herringbone in particular.  Oh, herringbone, you are my long-lost love!  I really can’t wait to add this stylish and elegant scarf to my winter wardrobe. 

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I do things backwards, on purpose.

Hi there!

Name: Carolyn

Location: Westchester, New York

Affliction: Left-handed, left-brained craft addict

Warning: I knit backwards. If you feel yourself twitching at the very thought, take a deep breath and hold a mirror up to the screen. Trust me, it will be ok. : )

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