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Project

Yummy Moorish Delight Scarf

Project Description

What are you most proud of? My knitting designs are all intended to feature the yarns dyed by my extremely talented daughter Meg, of Twisted Fiber Art. For shawls, that means that we will be working with Evolutions, yarns which run through a series of colors. And with Evolutions, it is almost as important not to have too much yarn as not to have too little. I feel as though this design will allow the knitter to use however much yarn is available, with just a bit left over. I think I have taken Miriam's insightful advice and made it work with my special design constraints. What advice would you give someone starting this project? Wait till the pattern comes out! (Working title Moorish Delight Shawl.)

What you will need

  • Twisted Fiber Art Yummy Single Evolution

Q&A with Knitterly Anne

Jennifer15237 asked:
beautiful. Did you use a striping yarn or stop one color and start the next?
Knitterly Anne answered:
Glad you like it. The yarn is dyed by my daughter, who sells her yarns at TwistedFiberArt.com. It is what she calls an Evolution, meaning it goes through a range of colors once, not multiple times like her self-striping yarns. Evolutions are lots of fun to work with.
Skukum Carol asked:
Gorgeous shawl! I also love how you transitioned the linked diamonds into the chevrons.
Knitterly Anne answered:
Thanks so much! Miriam's course tells a lot about the transitioning. I found it truly inspirational.
Miriam Felton asked:
Yay! It looks great! The shape turned out very well!
Knitterly Anne answered:
Thanks, Miriam! I really enjoyed creating this pattern.
Nike85 asked:
The shawl looks awesome.
Knitterly Anne answered:
I'm so glad you like it! It was fun to design and to knit.
Sunflower Jo asked:
Very beautiful. The pattern is pretty and the color migration of the yarn is unique. I love it!
Knitterly Anne answered:
Thank you! I am so lucky to work with my daughter's yarns. Her color sense is so great.

Skill Level

Beginner