Knit Relief 2012

Teen Granny  has invited me to be part of the most awesome initiative – knitting on behalf of Sports Relief. Knit Relief! Why run round a soggy field, when you can knit from your sofa and still contribute?

You can read all about the knitted items on offer here. A knitted, personalised figure from Teen Granny herself? The person who turned Prince William into wool? Yes, please. Or what about a hand knitted raincloud from Emma Pooley (@goldenblades):

I’ve agreed to make the Anthro-Inspired Scarflet, a popular free pattern on Ravelry. It’s an almost-perfect interpretation of a neck scarf that cost A LOT in a certain chain of US stores. (One now open on Regent Street, but still way beyond my pay packet.) Here’s one I made a couple of years ago:

This time, I’m making a much more colourful version! I’m making it in one of my favourite wools, Malabrigo Worsted, which is a sooooo soft Merino wool. Below are the multi-coloured hanks I’ve chosen to work with, beside a purple version of the scarflet:

Yay! Is that not the most gorgeous wool? A Didyoumakethat version of this scarf will be available to bid on from March 15, along with loads of other woollie goodies at our very own Ebay stall. I can see at least two things I’d like to win.  Check them out. Thanks, Teen Granny, for this woolly inspiration!

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3 Responses to Knit Relief 2012

  1. Ashley0107 says:

    I’m currently working with Malabrigo for the first time. My LYS has just starting stocking some, and the lovely owner has asked me to knit a shop sample in Malabrigo sock! Eee! And as a thank you she let me choose a hank for my very own 🙂 It’s is wonderfully soft, and I look forward to seeing the scarflet. I love that pattern!

  2. Gabrielle says:

    I hope you get heaps of bids – your scarflet looks like it will be gorgeous

  3. The cloud with rain drops looks very cool 🙂

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