Saturday, November 22, 2008

More Knits in Triplicate

This time, scarves for the little girls next door. Soft, fluffy, candy-colored scarves~~the perfect accessory for any little girls winter wardrobe :)

These were knit with yarns from my stash. The two on the left with one strand of worsted weight mohair/wool and a strand of eyelash novelty (cast on 14 stitches and knit in garter stitch on size 10 needles.) The scarf on the right used one strand of a dk weight mohair/silk/wool and a strand of eyelash novelty (cast on 15 st.)

Wrapped and ready. (Wrapping these was really fun!)

The elf only has one more gift to knit, hurray!!! And this one requires a small jaunt to the yarn shop, hip hip hurray!!!

25 comments:

Hannah said...

They are oh so pretty! I am knitting up hats and scarves on my knifty knitter loom for my three nieces for Christmas. I love the way you packaged them!

Redwitch said...

Great packaging idea, the girls will love them I'm sure, great olours.

Sadie said...

Oh, so pretty. I'm sure the girls will love them.

Lee said...

Wow! You've been crazy productive! Great projects all around!

CraftyT said...

What lucky girls to recieve such a beautiful gift. Those look so warm and cozy!
Natasha

At the Honeysuckle Tree said...

Staci!
You knit up a storm, girlie. Those are all divine and they are wrapped so perfectly and FUN!

Tanya

Theresa said...

These scarves are so pretty!!!! Even the wrapping looks delicious~~ Can I move next door?

Carol R said...

Great gifts Staci and so prettily packaged. Wish I lived next door to you :o)

nima said...

pretty scarfs and great gift wrapping idea. Thank you for sharing

Irene said...

Lovely scarfs and the wrapping looks great !

Nancy said...

So very pretty and so is the packaging!

Creative Chaos said...

They are so pretty and what a great wrap idea !! I am sure the girls will love them !!
Patti xx

Lei B. said...

How adorable! Makes me wish I was a little girl again so I could wear stuff like that. You are truly amazing.

Sherry said...

Just lovely! They look so warm and cozy! I love the colors too!

Cindy F. said...

Congrats on your 3 beautiful scarf finishes! So very pretty! and love your packaging:) You do good work!

Dani - tkdchick said...

What beautiful scarves! So nicely presented as well!

Margaret said...

Staci, These are really cute and I love the way you have packaged them. You have earned a trip to the yearn store !!!

Laurie said...

OMG!! I love your scarves. They look like the ones I make. My poor DD has been waiting for weeks now for me to work on hers. I'm giving a few as gifts this year too. And what a clever way to wrap them! You're so creative!

(Angie) Norththreads: said...

Gorgeous! wow you are so far ahead...Im the most behind I have ever been in my life:) lol with everything! Missed all your pretties!
ang

Annie said...

Those are great for quickies. Those novelty yarns make such cool scarves.

Einschies stitching blog said...

How wonderfully presented Staci, I love it;-)))

Gaby

Rima said...

How cute are those scarves! And the packaging. I want to be a little girl all over again.

Sandra Ree said...

Staci, I've so enjoyed looking back at all that I've missed. Wonderful work, you're so talented and such an inspiration! :)

WendyJo said...

very pretty!! I am sure those girls will love them! and you for making them for them!!

Solstitches said...

The scarves are so pretty and I love the way you wrapped them. What a neat idea.