Frills,Frills And More Frills


Look at this fun scarf…..how much frill can a girls or woman have these days???

  One never knows…some like more and some like less.  I liked knitting this scarf a lot and it was very simple too.  But I would say I am in one of the woman that like a little less of the puffy frills than this scarf has. I will show you  that in another Blog-Post soon too. 

 Never the less I am having some fun wearing the bright burnt orange / black / purple one.  The other two scarfs will be a gift for someone soon…

This Yarn is  from Estelle Designs called “Frill Seeker”.  I cast on with needle size 5mm 11 stitches for the one, then 12 stitches and the last one 13 stitches they are therefore longer or shorter aswell as wider or narrower. Used one skein all to the end.

Schaut die vielen Frills an…..wieviel kann ein Mädchen oder Frau gebrauchen davon??? 

 Jemand liebt viel und jemand anders liebt weninger davon.  Gefallen hat es mir schon diesen Schal zu stricken. Einmal etwas anderes.  Doch muss ich sagen ich gehöre zu denen die etwas weniger davon auch schön finden oder auf eine andere Weise die Frills gestrickt werdent. Doch das zeige ich bald in einem andern Eintragung.  

 Werde  aber trotzde fun haben  und den orange – schwarzen – violetten Schal gerne hier und da tragen.  Die anderen Zwei werden dann ein Geschenk sein.

Die Wolle die ich dafür benutzte ist von Estelle Designs genannt “Frill Seeker”.  Mit Nadel Nummer 5mm habe ich dann einmal 11Maschen, 12 Maschen oder 13 Maschen angeschlagen.  Dafür wurde jeder Schal länger oder kürzer, sowie breiter oder schmäler.  Brauchte dazu nur eine strange Wolle.

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2 thoughts on “Frills,Frills And More Frills

    1. Hi Jean
      Thanks it is fun knitting this one. I just cast on 11, 12 or 13 stitches and knit on both side till I used up the skein or yarn…depends on how many stitches I cast on on is shorter then the other one…very simple.
      Some of my friends cast on only 9 stitches and the scarf therfore is longer then what mine are…looks nice too.
      Hope that helps. The frill you get from the yarn typ…you we what I am talking about when you buy the yarn. you need to strech it out whan you knit it….lots of fun

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