The end of this post now contains links to all of the posts that contain the pattern for this scarf.
Well, that was a little bit longer break than I initially anticipated, but I’m back! These last four weeks were filled with lots of house renovations and not so much knitting
My Long Skinny Scarf is finished — with a puddle of yarn left over. I’ll have to be more careful next time when I measure the centre point of the yarn.
While the ends are not truly symmetrical, I do like the shaping. It’s a keeper, I think.
As mentioned before, the edges do curl under and I do like that effect. It does make the scarf even more narrow, which I like as well for this one.
I think I would like to try a version of this with a little border on each side that eliminates that curl just to see the effect it has on the overall design details.
I hope you’ve enjoyed this little jaunt and are happily knitting!
Edited July 11, 2009:
Here are links to all the posts relating to this pattern:
Long Skinny Scarf Part 2: the first 25 rows forming the point
Long Skinny Scarf Part 3: lace pattern for beginning of scarf — charted and written directions
Long Skinny Scarf update: picture – almost half-way finished
Long Skinny Scarf Part 4: centre turn-around section — written directions only
Long Skinny Scarf Part 4b: chart for centre turn-around section
Long Skinny Scarf Part 5: end tip charted
Long Skinny Scarf finished: picture