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Pippi Scarf.

Yarns: Garnstudio Drops Alpaca (100% alpaca) #9020 light pearl grey
Novita Wool (100% wool) #727 lilac
Garnstudio Drops Baby Merino (100% merino wool) #19 grey
Needles: 4.0 mm

The Pippi Scarf is now ready. It turned out really pretty! I used same yarns for this scarf as for the second pair of my Horizon mittens so they will pair up nicely when the weather starts to get colder.




I seem to have calculated the yarn requirements quite well: I only have half a skein left of the baby merino, everything else is used up. I ran out of the alpaca yarn a bit too early having to skip the last two repeats of the edging, but it really doesn't matter now that the scarf's all done. I also used all my Novita Wool except for the last few meters. It will go to my little box of scrap yarns, to be used for a provisional cast on or something similar.




The scarf is quite easy to knit but can get a bit monotonous because of the length of it. Making 144 repeats for the bottom edge or repeating the lace pattern 10 times in length and 4 times in height becomes quite boring after a while. The pattern was written well and easy to follow. 


Stash busted: 
0.6 skeins of Drops Alpaca (none left)
1.7 skeins of Novita Wool (just a few meters left)
1.1 skeins of Drops Baby Merino (half a skein left)
Totals: 170 grams and 522 meters of yarn


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