Drop Stitch Scarf Finished

For months I had the Drop Stitch Scarf on my “want to do” list.  Some of the scarves I would see, the loops were bigger than I like so I had never gotten around to trying it but once I started it, I loved it.  This weekend I finished it except for weaving in the ends.

The colors are much brighter than they seem in the picture.  I used Malabrigo Silky Merino (Bahia color) and size 5 mm needles and I think that was a perfect.  Because last time I showed a scarf, you asked for a picture of me wearing it so  . . here’s this one being worn.  This scarf is going to be one of my favorites.  It feels so good . . guess that’s why they call it silky merino.

Sorry the bed in the background is unmade but I do not make my bed when in a hotel!

Comments

  1. 1

    says

    I love the scarf, the yarn selection and have to say Judy you look fabulous!!!! WooHoo!! I might have to try that scarf next thank you so much for inspiring me!!!

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    Sandy says

    I love the pattern and color of this scarf. It is nice to see you modeling it. What a great picture, Judy! You obviously have been eating right and staying off of Dr. Pepper. WTG!!

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    Karen says

    I hate to admit this but I don’t usually make my bed at home! Love the scarf – that’s on my ‘to do’ list also – may have to get started soon.

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    pdudgeon says

    an excellent scarf and a very neat way of wearing it! i never thought to tie a scarf that way.
    i love the old rainbow colored yarn and fondly remember skeins of it in the local 5 & 10 store back home. of course those were acrylics then, so i’m sure that this scarf is much softer. A very nice picture!

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    Patricia L. says

    Scarf looks great and so do you! I can tell you’ve lost weight! Keep up the good work!

  6. 10

    Sue Lord says

    Judy, I thought I had caught you slacking! Only to find that the bed is in a hotel. I love the scarf, the colors are bright and beautiful.

  7. 11

    says

    Because of your previous post, I decided to make this one too. I have about two feet done now in a merlot color. I love it so far. How long did you make yours? It looks great on you and is just the length I am shooting for doubled over.

  8. 13

    says

    If you are traveling, I hope it is for FUN. Love the scarf, and yes, you look great. An inspiration to all of us in SO many ways!

  9. 14

    says

    Um, Judy, I tried the link to the scarf and I was sent to ForSaleByOwner.com & a listing of a very nice house in Texas. . . I’m hoping that my computer was attacked by gremlins.

    Love the yarn colors!

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    peggy says

    I must have a bug in my computer. When I click on the pattern link, it takes me to “for sale by owner” site showing a house in Mullen, TX. What do you think that’s all about? I love the scarf. It looks like something that would be great for spring. Now, if I could only get to the pattern!

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    Alma says

    I love the scarf, but I don’t knit so I will just admire it. Since I live in Florida we don’t have many days to need a scarf.
    Don’t worry about the unmade bed……my bed at home sometimes doesn’t get made all day. Who cares–no one sees that part of my home!

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    Brenda B. says

    The scarf is really pretty, great colors and I really like the pattern. Looks great on you!

  13. 23

    says

    Scarf looks great and so does the model. I would not have noticed the bed if you didn’t mention it.

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    Becky R says

    It’s beautiful!! Thanks for the picture as it gives a better idea how it’s to be worn. Love the yarn colors.

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    peggy says

    Funny, but I was just about to start a version of this pattern when I saw your lovely one. I am using Cascade Yarns 100% Merino Super Wash. I am nowing doing the one you linked to using 5 mm needles also. How many stitches did you cast on and how long did you make yours? Mine is a gift for a very small woman (short and petite). I love the way it’s turning out.