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I've finished mine and it is absolutely perfect!

The perfect length!

Perfect holder for my spindling supplies.

I should put in a fabric liner in the pockets to keep the hook from my Golding spindle catching on the stitches. Or, I could use my Jenkin's Turkish Delight spindle and not have to worry about a hook at all. It all depends on just how much I hate sewing!

Perfect instructions!

When Erica Jackofsy's photo sample arrived in the office, I knew I just had to make one for myself. In my favorite colors!

Perfect yarn!

To enter this Knit Buddy Giveaway, just leave a comment and I will draw a winner on Friday, February 19th. The winner will receive 6 balls of Merino Style in the main color, 1 ball each of the three contrast colors and one copy of Erica's pattern for her Shiver Scarf.

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Comment by Sewcrazy aka Sharon Kill on February 25, 2010 at 8:54pm
How about a fabric pocket protector that just slips inside. Two simple squares of fabric sewn on 3 sides. Fold over the "top" of the pocket and stitch or duct tape it for that matter. It would be removable when you wish to just wear that pretty thing as a scarf.
Comment by Lynette Middleton on February 22, 2010 at 8:59pm
I missed it:( Love the scarf. I am in the middle of Kelleys kal class and loving the new teq. I am learning. This is going to be on my list to do also.
Comment by Andrea Cost Gilbreath on February 22, 2010 at 11:12am
I couldn't resist the sock kit - now it looks as if I'll have to buy this kit, too. :-) Then I'll have to order extra yarn because this scarf looks like Christmas present material to me!
Comment by Yarn nut on February 21, 2010 at 9:41pm
Bummer, I also missed this posting :(
Comment by Carolyn Ponce on February 20, 2010 at 7:31pm
I missed the posting by 1 day. I'm soooo sad.... I would have loved this project for my mom. I absolutely love the colors you chose. I may just have to buy this pattern/kit for next winter's knitting projects.
Comment by Lissa Thomas on February 19, 2010 at 8:35am
The colors are beautiful. What a great scarf!
Comment by Marie Louise Bellavance on February 19, 2010 at 4:29am
My daughter and I gave each other a Golding spindle for Christmas. It would be fun to make her a scarf. I made her a satchel and fingerless mitts with the Merino style wool.
Comment by MrsGH on February 18, 2010 at 6:24pm
Pick me ~ Pick me! I love this scarf. I had some reservations about your color choice but after seeing the finished piece I can understand why you chose them. Very nice!
Comment by Deborah Dyson on February 18, 2010 at 4:33pm
This is a beautiful scarf and the fact that it has pockets is an added bonus. I am always chilly and this could do double duty for me. I can make it extra long to wrap around my neck once and still have a place to keep my hands warm -- what more could I ask? Beautiful design.
Comment by Alex on February 18, 2010 at 3:00pm
I love this scarf, and colorwork works perfectly for it, and ohhh the pockets.

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